Clinical Psychology in Europe (CPE) is accepted for inclusion in Scopus

Another PsychOpen GOLD journal will be indexed by this international database.

The open-access Clinical Psychology in Europe (CEP), published by PsychOpen GOLD, has been accepted by Scopus and will become searchable in the database shortly. Scopus is a large abstract and citation database covering science, technology, medicine, social sciences, and arts and humanities. It is owned by Elsevier B.V.

Armin Günther, PsychOpen GOLD Managing Editor: "Clinical Psychology in Europe was first published in 2019 and is still a very young journal. The fact that CPE was included into Scopus in its third year of publication is a great success. This shows the journal’s high quality, to which the renowned editorial board plays a decisive role."

Clinical Psychology in Europe aims at providing a platform for clinical psychological research in Europe that contributes to advances in clinical psychological science. The journal provides access to cutting-edge psychological research with the objective of covering multiple approaches, topics and conceptual views. CPE is free of charge to authors and readers, thus making research in the field of clinical psychology widely visible.

CPE is the Official Academic Journal of the European Association of Clinical Psychology and Psychological Treatment (EACLIPТ)

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