Aims & Scope

Anatolian Journal of Mental Health is an international journal/forum that strives to publish the recent researches in the field of mental health. Reaching out to academics and researchers around the world, our journal aims to report the best of evidence-based practice worldwide and to provide a channel of communication between the many disciplines involved in mental health research and practice. The journal encourages multidisciplinary research and welcomes contributions from users of mental health services. In this context, it includes studies from both health and social sciences.

The international editorial team endeavours to seek content from a variety of sources and theoretical perspectives. The journal aims to both support existing good practice and serve readers with an interest in traditional ways of working.

Anatolian Journal of Mental Health not only follows important developments in treatment, care and rehabilitation in the field of mental health, but also focuses on articles on the protection and promotion of mental health. In this context, our journal will publish all research articles, reviews, case reports, letters to the editor, research notes, abstracts or book reviews.