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25.02.2020 | Original Paper

An Arts on Prescription Programme: Perspectives of the Cultural Institutions

Research on Arts on Prescription (AoP) programmes are on the increase and the participants’ positive mental health outcomes are well-documented. However, there is insufficient research that considers the participating cultural institutions’ …

25.02.2020 | Original Paper

Predictors of National and Community Resilience of Israeli Border Inhabitants Threatened by War and Terror

The present study investigates predictors of the national resilience (NR) and community resilience (CR) of civilians who live on Israel’s northern border, and are facing for years acts of terror and threats of war. A sample of 1515 kibbutz …

21.02.2020 | Original Paper

Clinical and Socio-demographic Variables Associated with the Outcome of Vocational Rehabilitation Programs: A Community-Based Italian Study

This study aims to identify clinical and socio-demographic variables associated with the outcome of vocational rehabilitation programs (VRPs). All users of an Italian Community Mental Health Centre (CMHC) included in VRPs delivered according to …

21.02.2020 | Original Paper

Basic Family Relations, Parental Bonding, and Dyadic Adjustment in Families with a Member with Psychosis

The aim of the current study is to describe and explore basic family relations, parental bonding, and dyadic adjustment in families with offspring diagnosed with a psychotic disorder. The sample was made up of 120 participants, 60 in the clinical …

21.02.2020 | Original Paper

Evaluation on Efficacy of Psychological and Behavioral Intercession and Its Implications on People with Schizophrenia: A Novel Approach

Schizophrenia is a mental condition that twists two basic features of mind including perception and memory (Hafner 2019 ). This distortion that prevalent in modern societies. It has been characterized by a sign of blocking the basic function of …

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Community Mental Health Journal is devoted to the evaluation and improvement of public sector mental health services for people affected by severe mental disorders, serious emotional disturbances and/or addictions.

Coverage includes:

  • nationally representative epidemiologic projects
  • intervention research involving benefit and risk comparisons between service programs
  • methodology, such as instrumentation, where particularly pertinent to public sector behavioral health evaluation or research

For questions related to this journal, please contact the Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Jacqueline Feldman, at

*Please note: All studies must be approved by human subjects committees (also known as institutional review boards). At the end of the Methods section, authors must state which human subject committee (IRB) approved the study.

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