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Title: Journal for ReAttach Therapy and Developmental Diversities
Serial type: Journal
Format: Electronic version
ISSN: 2589-7799 (Online)
Subject code: social and rehabilitation sciences, humanities,
Publisher: Auricle Global Society of Education and Research
Country: The Netherlands
Start year: 2018
Content type: Academic/Scholarly
Editorial description: Covers ReAttach Treatment, Psychology, Special Education and Rehabilitation sciences, Disability Studies, Medical Aspects of Disability, Pedagogy, Social Work and Social Policy. Following articles will be considered for publication: original and review articles, short report, letters to the editor, clinical experiences, survey of cases, doctoral dissertations, master of arts, editorials, rapid communications.
Key features: Abstracted and Indexed, Refereed, Peer-reviewed.
Editor-in-chief: Dr. Mohammad Nazmul Hasan Maziz
Faculty of Medicine, Bioscience and Nursing, MAHSA University, Bandar Saujana Putra, Jenjarom, 42610 Selangor, Malaysia, Email: email@example.com;
Publication Fee: 650 USD
Vol. 6 No. 5s (2023): Advancements in Psychological Rehabilitation and Social Sciences: Bridging Theory and Practice (Articles in Press)
- To explore the latest developments and advancements in psychological rehabilitation and social sciences, focusing on the intersection of theory and practice.
- To examine innovative approaches, interventions, and strategies that promote psychological well-being, rehabilitation, and social integration.
- To investigate the impact of psychological factors on rehabilitation outcomes and the role of social science in facilitating effective rehabilitation processes.
- To encourage interdisciplinary collaboration and knowledge exchange among researchers, practitioners, and policymakers in the fields of psychology, rehabilitation, and social sciences.
- To address the diverse needs and challenges faced by individuals with psychological disabilities or social difficulties and identify evidence-based practices for their support and empowerment.
- To promote the understanding of social, cultural, and environmental factors that influence psychological rehabilitation outcomes and contribute to the development of inclusive and equitable societies.
- To explore the role of technology, innovation, and digital interventions in enhancing psychological rehabilitation and social support systems.
- To encourage critical analysis and evaluation of existing theories, models, and frameworks in psychological rehabilitation and social sciences, and propose novel approaches to address emerging challenges.
- To provide a platform for researchers to share empirical studies, theoretical perspectives, and best practices related to psychological rehabilitation and social sciences, facilitating the dissemination of knowledge in these fields.
- To foster a deeper understanding of the ethical, legal, and policy implications associated with psychological rehabilitation and social sciences, and promote responsible research and practice.
By focusing on these aims, the special issue will contribute to the advancement of psychological rehabilitation and social sciences, promoting evidence-based interventions, and fostering the well-being and social inclusion of individuals across diverse populations.