Articles for Review
Unpublished Articles that are Currently Available for Review
All the articles published in the IJP are double-blind peer-reviewed (whereby the reviewer is unaware of the author's name; and the author is unaware who has reviewed their article) by two different people. There is a fuller description of the "double-blind peer-review" process here.
We have a team of professional reviewers to look at the articles that have been submitted for publication: these people are all either members of our Editorial Board; or the International Advisory Board; or other psychotherapist professionals with particular specialisations (like research); and ... we also ask all our published authors to join in with our peer-review process.
We also accept - as reviewers and book reviewers (see here) - trainee psychotherapists from European Accredited Psychotherapy Training Institutes (EAPTI) and from Masters & Doctoral training courses in psychotherapy - and we have written guidelines about how to review a book for a professional journal.
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(N.B. We like all our reviewers to submit a few professional details about themselves and their interests, so that we can 'best fit' them to the available articles.)
Articles Currently Available for Review (Mar, 2019)
(244) "Don't Say Anything You Can't Diagram": The Innovative Research Model of Eric Berne with on-going applications to the Drama Triangle.
Eric Berne's greatest invention was not Transactional Analysis. It was the scientific system that he invented in order to create ‘Transactional Analysis’. He could teach this system to others, so that they could invent more transactional analysis. His system can be explained and duplicated.
c. 5,900 words
2 reviews needed