About the Psychotherapy Journal
Psychotherapy publishes a wide variety of articles relevant to the field of psychotherapy. The journal strives to foster interactions among individuals involved with training, practice, theory, and research since all areas are essential to psychotherapy.
This journal is an invaluable resource for practicing clinical and counseling psychologists, social workers, and mental health professionals.
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Mark J. Hilsenroth received his PhD in clinical psychology from the University of Tennessee and completed his clinical internship at The Cambridge Hospital/Harvard Medical School. He is a professor of psychology at the Derner School of Psychology at Adelphi University and the primary investigator of the Adelphi University Psychotherapy Project. In addition, he is currently editor of the American Psychological Association Division 29 journal Psychotherapy. His areas of professional interest include personality assessment, training/supervision, psychotherapy process and treatment outcomes.
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