Published for the Association for Child Psychology and Psychiatry
Launched in 1996, this peer-reviewed journal provides a forum for the exchange of clinical experience, ideas and research. Its principal aim is to foster good clinical practice. Wide-ranging in its coverage, the Review includes studies of new theoretical developments, clinical case studies, descriptions of innovative techniques and new service developments. In addition to original articles, the Review publishes commissioned reviews and includes special sections of broad based interest - Journal Monitor, Measurement Issues, Points of Law, Therapy Matters, Questions and Answers, Personal Profiles - as well as reviews of books of interest to clinical and developmental psychologists, child psychiatrists, child psychotherapists, social workers, paediatricians, teachers and lecturers and other professionals working in related fields.