Psychotherapy in Australia ceased production with the November 2014 issue.

Published since November 1994, and with a readership of 6000, the journal:

  • promotes scholarly discussion and debate of psychotherapy practice, research and education, and contributes to the development of informed practice and policy;
  • values a diversity of approaches to psychotherapy and counselling and related issues;
  • provides an independent forum across the professions in the field;
  • keeps practitioners informed of critical issues that affect clinical work.

Published quarterly for an audience of practitioners, academics and students, the journal has an Editorial Advisory Group of senior academics and practitioners. The Peer Review Editor is Professor Robert King, School of Psychology and Counselling, Faculty of Health, Queensland University of Technology.