Membership SubscriptionSubscribe | Log In | Register for Community
- NPT monthly Magazine and all the archive.
- A reading course per month (may be able to claim CEU/PD points)
- Discounts on Academy training courses (may be able to claim CEU/PD points)
- Access to the full reading course archive
- Listing on MyMentalHealthDirectory.com
- $10 USD/month PayPal
- $10 USD/month credit card
- $99 USD/year PayPal
- $99 USD/year credit card
- (Renews automatically each year with no price rise – you can opt out at any time)
Check your Stripe (credit card) details:
We suggest that you remain logged in at all times. However, if you would like to manage individual devices and their login status go here.
Not a paid subscriber but would like to be part of the community? Sign up here…
The Neuropsychotherapist? Nomen est omen! This is a unique and exciting journal for both clinicians and basic clinical scientists. It focuses on a gap in the current literature and our knowledge, the step from the brain to psychotherapy. Hence it is right there where the action is, at the forefront of novel neuropsychotherapetic developments.Dr. Georg Northoff
The Neuropsychotherapist is a joy to view and at the same time manages to provide a veritable cornucopia of up-to-the minute of information on our growing knowledge of the in interface between the brain, behavior, and the therapy. Presented in accessible language for therapists and scientists alike, it is a remarkable addition to our field!Prof. Todd Feinberg
The Neruopsychotherapist has become my go-to destination for authoritative articles by the leading figures at the intersection of neuroscience and psychotherapy. Beyond this, the outstanding production qualities of this journal put it in a class of its own.
Dr. David Van Nuys
Psychotherapists may feel thrilled or threatened by how the clinical field is being reshaped by infusions of brain science, and various types of influence are unfolding. I urge all of my therapist colleagues to read The Neuropsychotherapist to help them understand these ongoing developments and follow their own best growth trajectory. The articles are engaging conceptually, stylistically and visually. The Neuropsychotherapist is a major resource.Bruce Ecker
Would you like to unsubscribe or have other technical questions for us?