Clinical and Counselling Psychology Review – CCPR Founded in 2017, the CCPR is a peer-reviewed forum devoted to research, assessment, and practice. CCPR is a biannual journal that includes original research articles, review articles, and single case studies.

Aim and Scope

Clinical and Counselling Psychology Review (CCPR) is a peer-reviewed biannual research journal which aims to publish empirical research, innovative ideas related to indigenous psychology and practices in the area of clinical and counselling psychology. CCPR welcomes original research articles, single case, and experimental studies relating to local, cultural, and social issues. Also, CCPR accepts papers on psychopathology, psycho-diagnostics, psychological assessments and the psychotherapeutic processes that exemplify the application of current theories and practices in the field.

ISSN: 2706-8676 (Online)       ISSN: 2412-5253 (Print)

Review Type: Blind Peer Review

Frequency: Bi-Annual

Plagiarism Checking: Turnitin

Publication Charges: Free of cost 

Submission Charges: Free of cost 

 Journal Type: Open Access Journal 

Vol 1 No 2 (2019): Fall Issue

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