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The International Body Psychotherapy Journal is the leading peer-reviewed somatic journal with participation from 20 plus countries.
Our Goal, Mission, and Vision for You:
Our goal is to support the growth and further scientific recognition of body psychotherapy and somatic psychology. We are moving to unify our colleagues around the world, evolve an important tool for cross-pollination, and solidify a foundation from which our membership can be heard internationally.
As the field continues to expand, the IBPJ’s aim is to broaden its readers’ horizons by inviting submissions of original theory, qualitative and quantitative research, experiential data, and case studies, as well as comparative and secondary analysis and literature reviews from clinicians and researchers practicing in all healthcare fields around the world.
The IBPJ Editorial Committee
The IBPJ is managed by an Editorial Committee with members from both American and European associations. This is reflected in the synthesis of the Editorial Team and Advisory Board: The Editor-in-Chief (Madlen Algafari) is from Bulgaria, the Deputy Editor and Assisting Deputy Editors are from the United States (Dr. Aline LaPierre supported by Dr. Chris Walling and Dr. Karen Roller) and the Managing Editor is from Greece (Antigone Oreopoulou). The Journal receives valuable support from an International Advisory Board with Consulting Editors and Peer Reviewers from different continents and countries.