Psychiatry an International open access Journal of Alzheimers & Mental Health Society. It provides crucial resources for healthcare professionals across a broad spectrum, including practicing physicians and mental health workers. The journal “Psychiatry” publishes on all aspects of psychiatry and mental health to broadcast cutting edge knowledge in order to advance the understanding of mental illness and improvement in patient care.

The Journal aims to publish high quality papers with a specific emphasis on the clinical implications of the work including an improved prevention, investigation, diagnosis, treatment, and care of mental illness, as well as the advancement of neuropsychological health globally. In addition to respected original research from all over the globe, the journal issues editorials, review articles, commentaries on contentious articles and short reports as it is crucial reading for psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, and all specialists with an awareness in mental health.

Authors Funded by the NIH: This journal automatically deposits papers to PubMed Central after publication of an issue (NIHMS,

Acceptance Rate
Days to process
21-45 Days
Days to publish
10 Days
Total Articles

Recently Published Articles

Research Article | Volume 1, Issue 2 | Open Access
Promoting Access to Children’s Mental Health Care Services: Strategy and Policy Implications

Liranso G Selamu

Letter to Editor | Volume 1, Issue 2 | Open Access
Yoga can Give Blissful Life

Vijay Mohan Soni and Neha Munjal

Short Communication | Volume 1, Issue 1 | Open Access
Patient Compliance- Practitioner to Patient Communication

Michael F Shaughnessy

Case Report | Volume 1, Issue 1 | Open Access
Dysautonomia as a Prominent Manifestation of Dementia with Lewy Bodies: A Case Report

Tsolaki Magda, Frontistis Antonis, Tegos Thomas, Spilioti Martha, Arnaoutoglou Marianthi, Gerasimou Georgios, and Koutsouraki Effrosyni

Editorial | Volume 1, Issue 1 | Open Access
Signs that You are a Victim of Narcissistic Abuse

Sam Vaknin

Review Article | Volume 1, Issue 1 | Open Access
The Impact of Integrated Narrative Therapy and Imago Therapy on Depression among the Mournful Women

Bafandegan Vahid

Aims & Scope

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: psychobiological, psychological, social, religious, and cultural modifiers of illness; the minor and moderate mental disorders seen and treated in primary care medical practice; biomedical etiologies of mental health symptoms; research from successful collaborative, multidisciplinary models such as geriatrics; and health services research. Biochemical, physiological, neuroanatomic, genetic, neurocognitive, and psychosocial determinants of psychiatric disorders. Basic neuroscience studies related to animal or neurochemical models for psychiatric disorders. Methodological advances, such as instrumentation, clinical scales, and assays directly applicable to psychiatric research.