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International Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation is a Journal that publishes manuscripts and research material We offer the author’s article a platform for Monthly, Indexing in all major databases & Metadata, Citation General databases such as Crossref, DOI, Etc. We adhere to all COPE, ethical, and community standards when submitting the article. We are a journal for mental health care providers, practitioners, nurses, consumers, and applied researchers with an ISSN number - 1475-7192.

Established in the year 1996, has been publishing psychosocially related articles by providing the most informative and effective platform for the development and rehabilitation purpose of psychiatrically disabled people in society.


“To publish psychology-related issues, concerns, and remedies in every area of the psychiatry field of research and assist in the development of psychiatrically disabled people in society and converting them into productive members of society”.


“To grow our network by providing a full-fledged platform for information exchange in the field of psychology and related concepts that are sophisticated and act as a premier database for the development of psychiatrically disabled people in society”.

We publish articles related to human psychology and practices used in the recovery of psychiatric disorders in various fields like experimental psychology, educational psychology, Psychoanalysis, Social Psychology, Cognitive neuroscience, Developmental Psychology, Clinical Psychology, and many psychiatric-related journals. We publish articles on psychosocial interventions, psycho-pharmacotherapy, mental health primary care, institutional and community care innovations, decentralization, policy changes, community & regionally-based systems, and program evaluation are given particular attention. However, all articles that relate to psychosocial rehabilitation practices will be considered. We invite comments from all readers on any and all subjects published in this journal, including the journal format itself. Feel free to post your thoughts on the bulletin board as well.

Since then, the International Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation has worked persistently to bring essential research article works on this issue to these people’s advantage. It has published many psychology-related articles under its belt and has more citations and references with quality indexing provided by our publication to get the author’s article recognized at the international level.

We are a fully authorized International Journal working under the COPE guidelines and see that the article received is published in the International Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation. The interplay of intrapersonal, psychological, and environmental elements is taken into account in a psychosocial approach to human behavior. The world health organization prescribes that more journals are published on mental recovery solutions to improve psychiatrically disoriented patients into normal production members of society. Psychosocial characteristics are commonly defined as an individual’s psychological development in relation to his or her social and cultural environment, which includes inspiring them to take appropriate drugs, go to work on a daily basis, live in normal housing with access to flexible support, and encourage them to build relationships among friends, coworkers, and family members. The International Journal of Psychological Rehabilitation publishes articles on various aspects of psychosocial rehabilitation practices. This may include treatment options and strategies for people suffering from mental illness or other psychiatric issues who may need assistance in various aspects of their lives, such as work, living, social, and learning environments. The widespread use of psychosocial rehabilitation techniques has resulted in a plethora of variants & innovations. However, the psychosocial rehabilitation practice approach is distinguished by ten essential elements:

  • Individualization

    This means that services must be tailored according to the individual, and program delivery must be highly adaptable and driven by individual preferences.

  • Hope

    It is the belief that even the most severely disabled person has the ability to change and grow. Everyone possesses an untapped, underutilized full potential that should be developed.

  • Client-directed

    people have the right and the responsibility to make their own decisions. This means that the consumer decides how long they will receive the service.

  • Focus on skills

    Increased competencies through skill acquisition are at the heart of rehabilitation.

  • Strengths and abilities

    A focus on current strengths and abilities rather than symptom reduction or past problems.

  • Environmentally specific

    Abilities and strengths must be evaluated in relation to a specific environment. Skills must also be taught in the context in which they will be used.

  • Environmental supports

    Changing the environment and constructing external supports are just as important as teaching skills. This includes social transformation (changing attitudes, rights, laws, etc.)

  • A partnership approach

    it is critical to create an intimate environment free of professional and authoritative barriers.

  • Ongoing assistance

    The programs should not be time-limited and should be tailored to the individual. Individual choice and program delivery flexibility are essential. Many very mentally ill people have succeeded in the past when continual help is provided.

  • Skills and Supports

    A person can only focus on improving or learning 1-2 skills at a time. Support in any other areas of deficiency must be provided to enable the person to function until they master the current skills and can progress to learning or improving one or two more.

We have conducted extensive research in this field of study, providing insights into what psychosocial topics fall under this area of interest. We know the author’s requirements in this regard and can provide them with the reference journals that authors needs in order to complete their research work. We can ensure that we will publish their article in our most cited indexed journals list, the International Journal of Psychological Rehabilitation, which includes studies on rapid research advances in the field of psychology, trauma, psychiatry, neuroscience, psychopathology, etc. Mental and physical well-being are important components of overall well-being. We publish psychosocial-related rehabilitations and other related concepts in our peer-reviewed, editorial, and open-access journals in different domains such as:

  1. Applied psychology
  2. Biological psychology
  3. Clinical psychology
  4. Developmental psychology
  5. Experimental psychology
  6. Cognitive neuroscience
  7. Educational psychology
  8. Mathematical psychology
  9. Social psychology
  10. Psychoanalysis

The International Journal of Psychological Rehabilitation focuses on the various effective treatment methodologies and techniques that are intended to improve mental health and the lives of those who are affected. The goal is to teach cognitive, emotional, and social skills to patients with mental health problems so that they can work and live as independently as possible in society. These journals consider original research works to provide scientifically robust preliminary findings and discoveries conducted and experimented with proof-driven research works on psychosocial-related concepts on a large-scale study to find the best possible remedies and solutions for psychologically disabled people. We also cover incremental research work that has the potential to add knowledge to current existing research findings. We give a place to an affirmative decision on published findings and methods reinforcing research reproducibility in psychology-related research fields. We investigate the science of the mind and behavior by publishing original research reports in experimental psychology, theoretical presentations, combined theoretical and experimental analyses, historical commentaries, and comprehensive book reviews. Our psychiatry research is an international peer-reviewed journal, publishing articles to scientists, psychiatrists, and psychology practitioners all around the globe. We take aspects of psychiatry, mental health, and behavioral science. We offer authoritative, up-to-date, and open-access information geared toward psychiatrists and related mental health professionals, psychiatric therapists, medical graduates, and the general public. We are a division of a well-versed team of editorial and peer-review panels with immense experience in the field of psychosocial concepts. We are the leading journal publication and distributor of publications in this field of study. The International Journal of Psychological Rehabilitation is unique in the extent to which it uses peer review in both the selection and final approval of publishing articles related to psychiatry. The manuscripts received are fully analyzed and carried out with our copyediting and formatting processes. And after our peer review analysis, we offer our authors, the final acceptance of the manuscript dependent on the appropriate response by our peer reviews.


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 website. 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. Articles should follow our submission procedures and format as original articles.

Generally, our esteemed authors from different domains are welcome in submitting articles related to psychosocial rehabilitation and other related concepts. The authors should go through the Instructions for authors section thoroughly before submitting their article work. The authors are encouraged to submit their article work by providing some basic details of their background in the submit online section on our website. We charge a fee for processing at the editorial level and finally a complete fee to be paid after the author’s article gets a letter of acceptance from the International Journal of Psychological Rehabilitation.


Journal ScopeInternational 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.

Our journals’ coverage in this field of research includes:

Experimental PsychologyWe cover proven scientific methods used in the study of human and animal behavior after thorough experiments that involve a wide range of topics such as sensation, perception, attention, memory, cognition, and emotion.
Educational PsychologWe publish articles on teaching methods and instructional processes in learning that cover cognitive, behavioral, emotional, and social influences on the learning process.
PsychoanalysisIt covers topics in the therapy to release repressed emotions and experiences in order to bring unconscious thoughts conscious, feelings, desires, memories, etc.
Social PsychologyWe cover social psychological aspects that involve research on how the presence and behavior of others influence individual or group behavior.
Cognitive NeuroscienceWe cover topics that involve the study of the biological processes that involve human cognition, brain structure, activity, and cognitive functions that come under psychology & neuroscience.
Developmental PsychologyWe publish research articles that involve scientific studies on how and why humans grow, change & adapt across the course of their lives from infants & children to adolescence, adult development, aging, and the entire life span.
Clinical PsychologyWe cover clinical psychological aspects and the practical application of research methodologies and findings in the diagnosis and treatment of mental disorders for people of all ages and from all walks of life. And many psychosocial rehabilitation and recreational methodology-related articles.
Keywords:Psychosocial, Rehabilitation, Practices, Diagnosis, Research papers, Journal Impact Factor, Citescore, Crossref & DOI, Peer-review, Editorial-review, Community, Open-access, Citation, Methodology, References, Discussion, Results, Quartile, Bibliographic database, Target journals.
INDEXINGThe International Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation has implemented the Cite score, SJR, and SNIP methodologies, as well as tools such as Cite score-Tracker, Cite score-Rank, and Cite score-Percentile, to ensure a more sophisticated, robust, and stable metric usage, allowing our author’s article to maintain a Cite score and Impact Factor between 1 and 10. The journal’s quality is determined by its metrics, which include acceptance, readership, authenticity, curiosity, awareness, and popularity. These are the primary factors that influence the journal’s quality evaluation. We use Cite-score metrics to measure the quality of the article submitted to us. And it is usually calculated by dividing the number of citations on documents such as research articles, conference papers, book chapters, data papers, and so on over a four-year period by the number of documents of the same type indexed in SCOPUS and published in those four years. We maintain a journal impact factor that is accepted by many recognized universities and institutions for all our articles that are published in our publications. International Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation is committed to providing its authors with the value and quality ranking that the author requires, as well as ensuring that the author’s article receives and is accepted by Metric-based indexed journals list.

As the technological era progresses, the demand for digital records grows dramatically. Automated records may pose the greatest challenge to archiving the right journal in identifying, selecting, and preserving records of lasting value. Since the invention of the computer, archiving has become a concerning factor and the concept of the archive in the field of data conservation has a big impact on the mission of the record-keeping practice. International Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation understands end-to-end concepts of this technology and always cares for and controls archival records or the repository in which our records are stored in the form of our divergent database in the field of psychosocial and rehabilitation-related articles. We have deliberately archived some of the important research articles and findings covered by our journal. And we have taken full responsibility for bringing the journal under our archive set of journals by checking the authenticity of the source. This was possible through our way of approach to getting these archives established in our system. These are:

Authenticitythe record is what it claims to be, created at the time specified, and by the person named in the document. We check for 100% authenticity.
Reliabilitythey accurately represent the event, though from the perspective of the person or organization creating the document.
IntegrityThe content is sufficient to provide a coherent picture. Regrettably, not all archives are complete.
UsabilityIt entails ensuring that the archive is easily accessible and in usable condition.
We use cutting-edge information technology tools to record our author’s successfully published journals and convert them into our archived list. The advantage is that the information is safe and secure. Furthermore, the storage space for information can be reduced, resulting in a more efficient way of managing information. To archive efficiently, we guide the disposal of unpublished documents in the office and manage archives that are published and highly cited in international journals. Articles on psychosocial disorders and discoveries are given particular attention. However, all articles that relate to psychosocial rehabilitation will be considered for achieving this.
MEMBERSHIPWe are a legitimate member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) and We play a significant role in protecting the ethical values of the articles submitted on our website and take responsibility for ensuring that the norms and code of conduct are followed by the in the right direction while maintaining its confidentiality. We conduct peer reviews to check for plagiarism in the content and adhere to all policies in the ethics formulated by the Committee On Publication Ethics (COPE), and once all of the article and ethical requirements are met, we publish your article in our world-renowned publications - International Journal of Psychological Rehabilitation. We maintain ethical standards of morally right and wrong conduct of norms that should be followed by the researchers. In addition to ethical standards, Community standard guidelines should also be met that include the following:
  • Treat others online the same way you would in person.
  • Be tolerant of other people’s points of view; respectfully agree when yours do not align and avoid any potential conflicts.
  • Respect other alumni’s privacy and personal information.
  • Communicate with courtesy and consideration.
  • Contacting individual alumni for advice, reconnecting, or joining a group
  • Messaging/emailing to personal contact information obtained from the Alumni Directory is prohibited to use including names, mailing addresses, phone numbers, email addresses, social media accounts, student information, and employment information.
DISCLAIMERThe authors of each article published in this Journal are solely responsible for its content; neither the International Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation, its editors or peers, nor anyone else involved in the creation, production, or distribution of the Journal assumes any liability or responsibility for the accuracy, completeness, correctness, or usefulness of any information provided in the Journal, nor shall they be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, special, or consequential damages. The journal is agnostic about the jurisdictional claims in published institutional affiliations.