Current issues and Clinical Psychology

Salvatore Settineri


Dear readers, the present is above all a thanksgiving to who directly or indirectly participate in the life of the Journal, including Authors and the Editorial Team. In this editorial there are three considerations on Clinical Psychology.


Academic education; Clinical Psychology; Public engagement; Scientific communication.

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