This journal is the only European journal dedicated to early childhood development (from 0 to 3 years). It is at the crossroads of many disciplines: obstetrics, perinatal studies, reproductive rights, pediatrics, pediatric psychiatry, psychoanalysis, sociology and ethnology.
This journal provides access to the entire scope of psychotherapy. It publishes original theoretical papers, clinical and practical contributions, and debates on theories that underlie diverse approaches: psychoanalysis, communication, phenomenology, critiques and bibliographies.
Independent, with no political or religious attachments and concerned with ethics and making the most of the time left to be lived, this journal is dedicated to palliative care. It treats all aspects of caring for patients with serious illnesses.
This journal provides a reference intended for professionals in the psycho-medico-social field and is based on systemic epistemology. The journal’s audience includes psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, educators, and anyone whose professional practice, consideration, or research is confronted by the evolving complexity of human systems.