Call for Papers : Write for Psychotherapy.co.za
Psychotherapy.co.za is expanding and as such invites all psychologists, researchers, journalists and members of the public to submit original writing about matters relating to psychology in South Africa to the website.
Writing for psychotherapy.co.za is an effective marketting tool. Your published article will include a link to your website which will improve your search engine visibility and gives readers an insight into how you work and think about clients. In addition your writing will help build an online showcase for South African psychologists and psychological thinking.
Articles should be;
- Directly relevant to psychology in general and psychotherapy and counselling in particular,
- Of a suitably high standard; and
- Informative and useful to readers
- Decisions regarding the publication of articles submitted to Psychotherapy.co.za will be subject to the website owner's discretion whose decision is final.
- Payment will be made for articles published on the website one business day after publication on the site.
- The website owner reserves the right to refuse publication of any submission and payment is made only on final acceptance of a submission.
- The rate of payment of any article is subject to the site owner's decision.
- The author agrees not to publish the work in any other context without the written permission of the website owner.
- The author shall be given full credit for the submission on the website and the final publication may include a link to the author's website and/or email address.
Tips and strategies for raising healthy children. An article submitted here may be general approaches to parenthood or may specifically address dealing with troubled children or children whose behaviour is problematic.
Personal accounts of psychotherapy
Brief - Accounts of personal experiences of psychotherapy from either the practitioner's or the client's perspective.
Case Studies in Psychotherapy
Brief - Professionals are invited to submit case studies for consideration.
Well written, informative and lucid explanations of the different theoretical orientations to psychotherapy
Submissions should be made to David by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org in MS Word or RTF format.
Please be aware that the fee, if any, will only be decided on once the article has been submitted. A full academically oriented piece with references and written to a professional standard will obviously attract the top rate.