Aim & Scope

The International Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation invites researchers to submit their multidisciplinary research papers for publication. Within the broader context of interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary studies, the scope of the International Journal encompasses an extensive array of subjects, spanning from the realms of Medical Sciences and Health Sciences to areas such as Music and other Performing Arts, Environmental Sciences, Biotechnology, Social Sciences, and many more. Researchers from various disciplines are encouraged to contribute their work to this journal, making it a platform that welcomes a wide range of research topics and areas of expertise. Whether your research falls within the purview of Medical Sciences, Philosophy, Computer Sciences, or any other field mentioned in the scope, the journal provides a space for the dissemination of knowledge and insights across diverse academic domains. kindly mention it in Aim and Scope.

Upcoming and renowned authors in this field of study are welcome who want to publish their articles on topics that cover psychological factors affecting people who are mentally ill, alcoholic, drug abusers, and other controlled substances addicted people and the rehabilitation techniques and practices that are implemented in the recovery process of these psychiatrically disabled persons are fully encouraged to upload their article with International Journal of Psychological Rehabilitation. We publish only original research study or meta-analysis that is unique in their approach and offers new discoveries on psychosocial aspects that are accepted worldwide and add questions on existing paradigms that provide valuable insights into the existing discoveries. As a result, our field of research in psychology is fully authentic and unplagiarized. Concise report that introduces the abstract of the article content and intentions that lead to conclusions that should be constructive and innovative with preliminary data in it.

International Journal for Psychosocial Rehabilitation is a journal that indexes editorial and peer-reviewed articles for mental health care providers, practitioners, nurses, consumers, and applied researchers, bearing ISSN: 1475-7192. Since its establishment in the year 1996, has been publishing psychosocially related articles by providing the most informative and effective platform for the development and rehabilitation purposes of vulnerable and psychiatrically disabled people in society. We follow COPE ethics and article submission policies and follow the community and ethical standards. International Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation is a Journal that includes papers that are International editorial and peer-reviewed with Reference Research databases of indexed Journals facility, open-access journals with a high impact factor ranging from 1 to 10, available in both online and print formats. The print version is only available on request from the authors or institutions. We offer the author's article a platform for Monthly, Indexing in all major databases & Metadata, Citation General databases such as Crossref, DOI, and so on. We adhere to all COPE, ethical, and community standards when submitting the article to the target journal database. We are an open-access journal that publishes articles related to human psychological problems and solutions used in the recovery of psychiatrically disordered patients under psychiatry-related rehabilitation practices. Our articles are fully original, authentic, and unplagiarized in delivering content related to psychological rehabilitation practices. We will continue to provide articles in the upcoming years and keep outlining our researchers' practical applications and overall societal significance. In accordance with our community and ethical policies, we publicly release editorial and peer-reviewed articles from a wide range of backgrounds. We maintain the highest publishing standards and ensure that every article received from the author is indexed in the international database journal indexing list. Our bibliometric database core collection is constantly expanding. International Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation is the name you can trust when it comes to publishing authors' hard work in their fields of research or gaining a reputation and recognition for their research papers on an international level. Our goal is to provide a peer-reviewed, open-access platform for researchers to publish their research articles worldwide.

The topics covered under the psychology subjects included by us are:

  • Applied psychology
  • Biological psychology
  • Experimental psychology
  • Educational psychology
  • Mathematical psychology
  • Psychoanalysis
  • Social psychology
  • Cognitive neuroscience
  • Developmental psychology
  • Clinical psychology

Social sciences, Arts & Humanities:

The social sciences study subjects such as economics, psychology, and history, while the humanities study philosophy, languages and literature, and the arts. Students who choose this path develop strong communication and critical thinking skills, as well as an understanding of cultural differences. Humanities and social sciences encompass a broad range of industries and career paths. Graduates of this scheme can work in a range of sectors such as education, business, media and communication, and social services.


    Nursing encompasses the autonomous and collaborative care of people of all ages, families, groups, and communities, whether sick or well and in all settings. Nursing encompasses the promotion of health, the prevention of illness, and the care of the sick, disabled, and dying. Nurses' unique role in caring for individuals, sick or well, is to assess their reactions to their health status and to assist them in carrying out those activities that contribute to health, recovery, or a dignified death.

      Biological and Medical Sciences:

      Also termed Bio-medicine & Biomedical Science is a branch of science that studies the biological and chemical aspects of healthcare.

        Educational Research:

        Education research is the scientific study of education and learning processes, as well as the human attributes, interactions, institutions, and institutions that shape educational outcomes. Scholarship in the field seeks to describe, understand, and explain how people learn throughout a person's life, as well as the ways informal and formal educational contexts affect all forms of learning. Education research includes a variety of rigorous methods appropriate to the questions being asked, in addition to driving the development of new tools and methods.

          Management Science & Economics:

          The Research on Management Science and Economics conducts research on the development of novel methodologies and frameworks for analyzing issues important to business and policy decision-making, with a particular emphasis on risk management and understanding. Economic management sciences encompass the various types of private, public, or collective resources available to fulfill people's wants and needs, together with the effective use of these resources.

            Sports Sciences:

            Sports science is the exploration of how healthy human body works during exercise, and also how sport and physical activity promote health and performance from the cellular to whole-body perspectives. Sports scientists are interested in understanding how the human body performs under multiple levels of stress, whether in elite performance sports or in the general community among children or the elderly. Sports and Physical Activity Science also explores how sport, health, and fitness are interpreted in society, conducting this using a social scientific and humanistic lens. While some regard the body as a machine that can be taught to become stronger and faster, we are also human beings with values, cultural diversity, and tremendous sociological and psychological interactions. The philosophy and psychology of health and exercise are employed to promote critical thinking across a broad range of real-life health issues.

              Legal and Ethical Considerations in Psychology:

              This section addresses the ethical dilemmas, legal frameworks, and regulatory policies shaping the provision of psychosocial rehabilitation services. It explores the rights of individuals with psychosocial disabilities, informed consent, confidentiality, and other legal aspects influencing therapeutic interventions.

                Forensic Psychology and Criminal Justice System:

                Examining the interface between psychology and law in forensic settings, this section delves into the assessment, treatment, and rehabilitation of individuals involved in the criminal justice system. Topics may include risk assessment, competency evaluations, criminal responsibility, and interventions for offender rehabilitation.

                  Civil Rights and Advocacy:

                  This section focuses on the legal protections, advocacy efforts, and social justice initiatives aimed at promoting the rights and inclusion of individuals with psychosocial disabilities. It explores the role of legal advocacy in challenging stigma, discrimination, and barriers to community integration.

                    Intersectionality and Diversity:

                    Addressing the diverse needs and experiences of marginalized populations, this section examines how intersecting identities, such as race, gender, sexual orientation, and socioeconomic status, intersect with legal frameworks and psychological interventions in the context of psychosocial rehabilitation.

                      Psychiatry and Mental Health:

                      It is an open-access journal that publishes groundbreaking psychiatric research, case studies, and observational papers. This journal seeks to broaden readers understanding of how to effectively diagnose and treat those suffering from mental illness, as well as to identify and aid in the recovery of those suffering from a psychiatric disorder. And Psychosocial journals makes sure that it publishes the journals related to the following topics:

                      • Mental health
                      • mental illness
                      • Psychological disorders
                      • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
                      • Bipolar Disorders
                      • Behavioral disorders
                      • Sleep Disorder
                      • Panic Disorder
                      • Serious Emotional Disturbance (SED)
                      • Anxiety
                      • Depression
                      • Autism


                      Psychosocial journals are very proud to publish journals under various Rehabilitation activities including Yoga, light physical exercises, group discussion, training for daily living skills, social skills, life skills, vocational training, and individual and family counseling included among the rehabilitation activities. Furthermore, extensive outreach activities and mental health camps were an important part of the rehabilitation programs. Psychosocial Journal publishes these recreational activities articles with full care and precaution.