Simple and Practical Mental Health welcomes contributions from all mental health professionals for publication by us. Please share your knowledge and wisdom with other mental health professionals so that we can all better help our patients.
In the long run, SPMH will cover every possible practical topic in mental health, so any contributions would be greatly appreciated. However, in order to not feel disappointed, we recommend that you send us in advance the proposed topic and an outline of what will be covered so that we can tell if you if it seems like something that will fit our mission.
Advice to Authors
1. Most importantly, the content of any submission must be PRACTICAL. Evaluation, interviewing, diagnosis, biological treatments, psychosocial treatments, etc are all topics we cover.
2. The articles must be supported by references. However, we also encourage advice from experienced clinicians based on their extensive clinical experience with a particular issue. In such situations, the advice must include a clear statement like “In my clinical experience,…”
3. Be brief. As brief as possible.
4. Write in a conversational tone as if giving advice to a colleague whom you met in the hallway.
Simple and Practical Mental Health reserves the right to edit any submissions, both for scientific content and for language.
Once a submission is accepted, the copyright will be transferred in writing to Simple and Practical Mental Health. The exact text of what we publish may not be reused elsewhere without express written consent from Dr. Mago or his designee.
The decision of the Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Mago, will be final in any and all matters related to submissions for publication.