Advances in Mental Health

Advances in Mental Health: Promotion, Prevention and Early Intervention  (ISSN: 1837-4905) is a contemporary peer-reviewed journal for advancing mental health promotion, prevention of mental illness, and early intervention approaches to mental health.

Advances in Mental Health's readership includes mental health practitioners, researchers, students, lecturers, clinicians, nurses, social workers, carers, mediators, counsellors, consumers, commentators and policy developers.

Advances in Mental Health, incorporating volumes 1-8 of the Australian e-Journal for the Advancement of Mental Health (ISSN: 1446-7984), is available from eContent Management Pty Ltd.

Advances in Mental Health appears in three issues per annum on a July to June subscription cycle.

Advances in Mental Health: Promotion, Prevention and Early Intervention 
publishes original research, articles, literature and reviews, journal abstracts and reviews of relevant multimedia products.

Editor Editor Book Reviews Editor
Prof. Graham Martin Dr Andrea Reupert
Dr Karolina Krysinska

Special Issues

Special issues are available separately under their ISBN. They are available from eContent Management directly in print and online, or under their eISBN on a PPV, sale or multiuser lease from Ebook Library to institutions and from to individuals. Links to special issues are available in the right hand column of this page.

Evaluation copies of special topic-based issues may be requested by course coordinators.

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Call for general contributions

Contributions are invited from clinicians, practitioners, consumers, carers, researchers, academics and commentators across the broad range of disciplines that are involved in these approaches to mental health. We are interested in:

  • reviews and theoretical articles
  • original applied research and empirical studies
  • analyses of population needs
  • evaluations of innovative or model programs
  • service reorientation studies offering solutions for administrators, policy makers and service providers
  • comments on policy, history, politics, economics and ethics

Manuscripts should be submitted according to Advances in Mental Health: Promotion, Prevention and Early Intervention  Author Guidelines.

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Price and Availability

Advances in Mental Health is available as an 'online plus print-on-demand' subscription. Current prices are listed under Subscriptions. Advances in Mental Health is available in print and online formats from volume 9, 2010. Institutional subscribers receive access to all current and back issues online for the subscription year. Supplementary print copies may be ordered directly from the publisher. Library consortia, multi-campus university and multi-user government licenses, as well as single user password access may be arranged by subscribers through their subscription agent or with the publisher.

A free, no-obligation hard copy issue of Advances in Mental HealthPromotion, Prevention and Early Intervention  is available to library selection committee members, serials librarians and course coordinators on request.

Online access is available to subscribers through EBSCOhost, SwetsWise, ProQuest, EBSCO Publishing, Informit, Cengage, CNPIEC and CELDES.

Pay per View (PPV) access for individual articles is available.

Abstracting and Indexing

Advances in Mental Health: Promotion, Prevention and Early Intervention  (ISSN 1837-4905) is abstracted and indexed in:

  • PsycINFO
  • Scopus
  • EBSCO host
  • Thomson World of Science
  • Atypon
  • ProQuest
  • EBSCO Publishing
  • Cengage
  • Informit

The journal is listed with APA-FT, ARC register of refereed journals (ERA), Cabell's and Ulrich's Periodicals' Directories.

Copyright Ownership

To track copyright compliance each article PDF is issued with a Digital Object Identifier (DOI). References in all online articles are crosslinked to their corresponding DOI through CrossRef.

Copyright in all back volume, current and submitted material to Advances in Mental Health and Australian e-Journal for the Advancement of Mental Health is vested in eContent Management Pty Ltd - in any medium, form, combination or format. Permission to reproduce material from Advances in Mental Health and Australian e-Journal for the Advancement of Mental Health, which falls outside the provisions of the Australian Copyright Act 1968, should be sought directly from the copyright owner.

Meditext copyright permission is administered by Copyright Agency Limited.

Advances in Mental Health (ISSN: 1837-4905) and its predecessor
Australian e-Journal for the Advancement of Mental Health (ISSN: 1446-7984)

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eContent Management Pty Ltd (ABN 87 091 432 567)

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Call for Papers

Children of Parents with Mental Illness
Deadline for submissions: 1st February 2015
Publishing in August 2015 as Vol 13/2

Indigenous Mental Health and Suicide Prevention
Deadline for submissions: 1st June 2015
Publishing in April 2016 as Vol 14/1

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Call for Papers

Children of Parents with Mental Illness
Volume 13/2
Deadline: 1st Feb 2015

Indigenous Mental Health and Suicide Prevention
Volume 14/1
Deadline: 1st Jun 2015

Special Issues

Physical Health and Mental Health
Volume /

Minds Matter
Volume /

Substance Use and Mental Health
Volume 11/1
Summary | Contents

Promoting Youth Mental Health through Early Intervention
Volume 10/1
Summary | Contents

Migration and Mental Health
Volume 9/3
Summary | Contents

Families where a Parent has a Mental Illness
Volume 8/3
Summary | Contents

Emotional and Behavioural Problems in Children and Adolescents
Volume 7/1
Summary | Contents

Multicultural Mental Health
Volume 5/2
Summary | Contents

Indigenous Mental Health
Volume 3/3
Summary | Contents

Volume 2/3
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