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The Grief and Trauma (E-ISSN: 3025-194X) is the official journal to provide a platform for examining and discussing issues in Psychological. The journal is dedicated to publishing scientific and clinical literature on dissociation, dissociative disorders, posttraumatic stress disorder, complex PTSD, psychological trauma, and attachment disturbances to foster exchange among researchers, clinicians, and other professionals. The Grief and Trauma publish manuscripts on theory, clinical treatment, and research on psychological trauma and dissociation in children and adults. The journal welcomes contributions, including case studies, from anthropological, cross-cultural, historical, neurobiological, pharmacologic, physiologic, psychological, counseling, counseling crisis, psychometric, psychotherapeutic, and problems related to mental health. 

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CALL FOR PAPER Volume 2 Number 1 (2024)

2024-02-25

Grief and Trauma Journal invites the authors to submit their manuscript for Volume 2 Issue 1, June 2024. Before submitting, we encourage you to read and confirm your manuscript to the Author Guidelines and Manuscript Template. Articles are typically published in English. Submit your manuscript to Submission Menu. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Editor.  

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The Grief and Trauma is the official journal to provide a platform for examining and discussing issues in Psychological. The journal is dedicated to publishing scientific and clinical literature on dissociation, dissociative disorders, posttraumatic stress disorder, complex PTSD, psychological trauma, and attachment disturbances to foster exchange among researchers, clinicians, and other professionals. The Grief and Trauma publish manuscripts on theory, clinical treatment, and research on psychological trauma and dissociation in children and adults. The journal welcomes contributions, including case studies, from anthropological, cross-cultural, historical, neurobiological, pharmacologic, physiologic, psychological, counseling, counseling crisis, psychometric, psychotherapeutic, and problems related to mental health.