Child and adolescent psychiatry is a subdivision of psychiatry that focuses on the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of mental disorders in children and adolescents. It investigates the biopsychosocial factors that influence the development and course of psychiatric disorders in children and related treatment responses to various interventions.
Archives of Psychiatry and Mental Health is a truss of illustrious and meticulously peer-reviewed manuscripts emphasizing sociocultural, psychodynamic and behavioral aspects of childhood and adolescence as well as their problems.
The manuscripts published in this journal are dedicated to advance the science of mental health and development in children and to contribute towards the child psychiatric care and research.
Kids today still struggle to make their needs, their identities, and their pain understood. The healthcare professionals who treat children and adolescents are keenly aware that children culture and their world often tell us more than all of our carefully designed studies and inquiries.
Therefore, Archives of Psychiatry and Mental Health initiated publishing manuscripts exhibiting normative studies related to child development and recent explosions in developmental brain research of the adolescents.
Archives of Psychiatry and Mental Health also seeks to facilitate unfolding research arenas in child and adolescent psychiatry that are still in their infancy such as the study of trauma in children.
The foremost aim of Archives of Psychiatry and Mental Health is to bring all the richness of child and adolescent research together by publishing updated manuscripts and to assist the healthcare professionals and parents in raising healthy children.
The manuscripts published in Archives of Psychiatry and Mental Health strives to stipulate a knowledge path that can improve access and quality of care for children and adolescents with emotional, behavioral, and mental health challenges.
The reach of Archives of Psychiatry and Mental Health acumen in bringing together empirical and exploratory researches, studies, reviews and different points of views to play a role in enhancing the science of pediatric mental health and to prowess the therapeutic and diagnostic skills in adolescent care. In order to mollify the complications in working with children, Archives of Psychiatry and Mental Health encourages the child psychiatrists, pediatricians, psychologists, neuroscientists and allied professionals to develop manuscripts and send to us for publication in the following, but not limited to disciplines: