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For the latest research on psychotherapy, you can trust the authoritative information and peer-reviewed articles you’ll find on

As a leading website for evidence-based information and clinical psychiatry news, offers a deep collection of content on a wide range of topics, including psychotherapy, psychoanalysis, integrated psychiatry, interventional psychiatry, functional psychiatry, and general psychiatry. In addition to the most up-to-date research on psychotherapy, you’ll find articles that explore advances in diagnosis and treatment of many mental and CNS disorders, including ADHD, dementia, bipolar disorders, major depressive disorders, and schizophrenia.

You can also earn AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ on with activities provided by the CME Institute (

Register today to access free articles and supplements as well as CME activities, blogs, podcasts, and email alerts. Or choose a subscription level for complete access to all content related to psychotherapy and other areas of psychiatry and mental health.

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Through the CME Institute of Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc., offers more than 150 CME activities that make it easy to earn CME credits at your convenience. With a free registration on, you can establish a MyCME account that will automatically track your CME activity on the website. You can start an activity and return to finish it later, making it easier to squeeze CME activities into a busy schedule. And you can print transcripts and certificates as soon as you have passed a posttest and completed an evaluation.

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Access the latest insights on psychotherapy practices publishes content from several sources. Articles and reports from The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry (JCP) provide psychiatrists and mental health professionals with the latest research on psychotherapy and many other aspects of psychiatry. Content from The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders (PCC) is geared to advancing the clinical expertise of primary care physicians and other healthcare providers who work with patients with mental and neurologic illnesses.

Psychotherapy resources on include:

  • Peer-reviewed articles that highlight the latest insights and advances in psychotherapy
  • Meta-analyses that aggregate data and findings from multiple reports and studies
  • Evidence-based psychopharmacology reports that examine psychiatric subjects through the lens of clinical experience
  • Brief Reports, Academic Highlights, commentaries, case reports, original research, and systematic reviews

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There’s a wealth of psychotherapy information on, and much of it can be accessed with a free registration on the website. For complete access to all articles, research, reports, and studies, you’ll want to choose a subscription to The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry.

Visit the JCP subscription page for details and pricing. You may choose an online-only subscription or a subscription that provides access to both the online and print editions of the journal. offers a rich collection of CME activities that can be tracked with MyCME, a free online tool from the CME Institute. As you begin and complete CME activities on, a record of your activity is kept in your MyCME account.

On, you’ll find more than 150 CME activities on psychiatry, psychotherapy, and many other subjects. CME activities enable you to earn AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.

Register or subscribe to access a wealth of psychotherapy research

To access the compendium of psychotherapy research on, simply register as a user on the website or choose a subscription package to The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry.

Registered users may view all articles and supplements from The Primary Care Companion, as well as supplements and certain free articles from JCP. With your registration, you’ll also have access to scores of CME activities concerning psychotherapy and other subjects, and you can track your activity on the website with a free MyCME account from the CME Institute.

When you want access to every psychotherapy article and resource on, a subscription to JCP lets you view any article from the journal from 1997 to the present. Subscribers can also view articles in JCP Weekly and be the first to access new issues of the journal on the day they are released.

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Need an easy way to stay current on psychotherapy research available on Sign up for email alerts, or Elerts, that arrive in your inbox each day and notify you of new articles, research, reports, and CME activities related to psychotherapy. Elerts offer an easy way to keep on top of the latest advances in many aspects of psychiatry. These daily messages also provide the table of contents for upcoming issues of JCP and PCC.


A digital publication of Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc., publishes news, research, articles, and educational materials gathered from The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders, and the CME Institute at

A leader among psychiatric periodicals and psychiatric rehabilitation journals, provides content of direct clinical utility to psychiatrists, mental health professionals, primary care physicians, and other clinicians who treat patients with mental and neurologic illnesses. Articles on touch on a wide assortment of subjects, including types of ADHD; research into ADHD symptoms in toddlers; diagnoses of comorbid dementia and Parkinson’s disease; treatment for undifferentiated schizophrenia; symptoms of recurrent major depression, or recurrent major depressive disorder; advances in treating unipolar major depressive disorder; and many other aspects of psychiatry and psychoanalysis.

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