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Default First issue of new CT journal available free online

As a one-time offer, Guilford Publications is making the first issue of the International Journal of Cognitive Therapy available for free on their website. Please go to http://www.atypon-link.com/GPI/toc/ijct/1/1.

If you would like to subscribe to the International Journal of Cognitive Therapy you can join the International Association for Cognitive Psychotherapy at http://www.cognitivetherapyassociation.org. The annual dues are $65 ---this will provide you with the new journal, online access to the journal (along with the hard copy of the journal), access to the listserve, the opportunity to list your practice on the international website (for a small fee), and a reduced admission fee to the conference this summer in Rome.

The first issue of the International Journal of Cognitive Therapy includes:

The Inaugural Issue of the International Journal of Cognitive Therapy
Authors: John H. Riskind

Associations of Childhood Maltreatment with Hopelessness and Depression among Adolescent Primary Care Patients
Authors: Elizabeth A. Courtney, Jeffrey G. Johnson and Lauren B. Alloy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Jealousy
Authors: Robert L. Leahy and Dennis D. Tirch

Metacognition in Depressive and Anxiety Disorders: Current Directions
Authors: Kathleen M. Corcoran and Zindel V. Segal

Cognition and Suicide: New Horizons
Authors: Thomas E. Ellis

Cognition and Suicide: Two Decades of Progress
Authors: Thomas E. Ellis and Billy Rutherford

Misappraisal of Time Perspective and Suicide in the Anxiety Disorders: The Multiplier Effect of Looming Illusions
Authors: Neil A. Rector, Katy Kamkar and John H. Riskind

The Interpersonal–Psychological Theory of Suicidal Behavior Indicates Specific and Crucial Psychotherapeutic Targets
Authors: Thomas E. Joiner, Jr. and Kimberly A. Van Orden
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