American Psychological Association lists Terapia familiare on its PsycINFO Journal Coverage List, a bibliographic database containing the most prestigious journals and publications in the field for use as a reference for articles and quotations. Terapia Familiare was founded in June 1977 and is the most important journal wholly dedicated to family studies, research and clinical intervention. The most relevant international authors in the field have published work in Terapia Familiare. Over the course of 30 years, the Journal has published articles on family and couple psychotherapy and network intervention in different social contexts, on institutional issues and research in the field, and on issues related to family therapy training and supervision. Special issues have been published on children in family therapy, depression, pioneers of family therapy, the ethics of family therapy and family crisis in a multicultural society, etc.
Editor in chief: Maurizio Andolfi Vice-Editor: Antonello D’Elia Editors assistants: Silvia Mazzoni, Corrado Pontalti,Alessandra Salerno, Alessandra Santona Reviews: Libri, Articoli, Notizie e commenti a cura del Comitato tecnico della rivista Juliana Seger Sanvicente, Dorothy Sommella, Vito Sugamele, Francesca Treccani Opinions compared: Maurizio Andolfi, Antonello D’Elia Research and family therapy Silvia Mazzoni, Alessandra Salerno, Alessandra Santona Editorial staff: Lucia Porcedda National editorial board: Elisa Agostinelli Brisbane, Alejandro Astorga Arancibia Santiago del Cile, Dominique Bardou Nantes, Lars Brok Alphen-Olanda, Luisa Castaldi Cile, Lorena Cavalieri Perth, Tiziana Corsini London, Daniela Currà France, Francesca Curti London, Salvatore D’Amore Bruxelles, Maria de Jésus Fentanes Albuerne Puebla, Ivy Daure Bordeaux, Auron Flora Mexico City, Ema Genijovich New York, Paola Gobbi Rotterdam, María Isabel Gonzàlez Bogota, Russel Haber Columbia-SC, Florence Kaslow Miami, Milena Lhano Olanda, Silvia Mestermann Buenos Aires, Jorma Piha Turku, Elida Romano Parigi, Raffaella Salvo Perth, Carlos Sluzki Washington DC, Eriola Sanxhaku Townsville, Robert Wendt Toledo-OH National consultant editors: Alfredo Canevaro Macerata, Katia Giacometti Firenze, Girolamo Lo Verso Palermo, Marisa Malagoli Togliatti Roma, Eugenia Scabini Milano, Michele Zappella Siena International editorial board: Elisa Agostinelli Brisbane, Australia; Alejandro Astorga Arancibia Santiago, Cile; Dominique Bardou Nantes, Francia; Luisa Castaldi Valpraiso, Cile; Lorena Cavalieri Perth, Australia; Tiziana Corsini London, Regno Unito; Daniela Currà Meilhan, Francia; Francesca Curti London, Regno Unito; Salvatore D’Amore Bruxelles, Belgio; Maria de Jésus Fentanes Albuerne Puebla, Messico; Ivy Daure Bordeaux, Francia; Auron Flora Mexico City, Messico; Ema Genijovich New York-NY, USA; Paola Gobbi Rotterdam, Olanda; María Isabel Gonzàlez Bogota, Colombia; Russel Haber Columbia-SC, USA; Florence Kaslow Miami-FL, USA; Milena Lhano São Paulo, Brasile; Silvia Mestermann Buenos Aires, Argentina; Jorma Piha Turku, Finlandia; Elida Romano Paris, Francia, Raffaella Salvo Perth, Australia; Eriola Sanxhaku Townsville, Australia; Carlos Sluzki Washington DC, USA; Robert Wendt Toledo-OH, USA
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