Rivista di Psicologia Clinica

THEORIES AND METHODS OF INTERVENTION

Focus and scope. Rivista di Psicologia Clinica (Journal of Clinical Psychology) is a peer-reviewed, no-fees full open access journal, which was founded in 1982 by Renzo Carli, Mario Bertini and Renzo Canestrari. Since 2006 it has been published online. The journal publishes contributions attentive to the development of clinical psychology in the international field, with specific regard to the interventions addressed to problems which are relevant to contemporary society. The journal deals with demand for clinical psychology and the social mandate which characterizes it, focusing on the issue: “What purpose does clinical psychological intervention serve” within the expectations of the context? The Journal publishes two issues a year, on July and December.
Contributions. The journal publishes theoretical contributions, methodological notes, researches, reports of intervention experiences, interdisciplinary commentaries about issues of interest to clinical psychology which are useful to develop an international sharing. They can be free download according to Open Access policy. Contributions are preferably published in English and always with English abstracts.
Editorial guidelines. All contributions are double blind peer reviewed by national and international scholars, according to the criteria of indexed journals. They must be written according to APA (6th edition) guidelines.
Editorial team. The Editorial Team is composed of scholars who are expert in the field of psychology, clinical psychology and social sciences.



No 2 (2017)

Table of Contents

Cover Image
Editorial
Renzo Carli, Rosa Maria Paniccia
1-4

Theories or theory

Renzo Carli
5-24
Maddalena Carli
25-32
Renzo Carli, Rosa Maria Paniccia
33-49

Experiences

Federica Di Ruzza, Andrea Civitillo, Luca Bellavita
50-54
Mariacristina Nutricato, Elettra Possidoni, Claudia Tanga
55-60

Reviews

Ilaria Cipresso, Paolo Cotrufo
61-70