American Journal of Psychotherapy

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The American Journal of Psychotherapy is the official scientific journal of the Association for the Advancement of Psychotherapy. It began publishing in 1939. It is published 4 times a year. Since 2001, it incorporates the Journal of Psychotherapy Practice and Research. The editor in chief emeritus is Toksöz Bayram Karasu.[1] The editor in chief is Bruce J. Schwartz; the deputy editor is Scott Wetzler.

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