Providing a forum for clinical psychology research, assessment, practice and outcomes. Papers from across the lifespan are welcomed as are multidisciplinary approaches and a range of therapeutic interventions. Submissions including experimental, qualitative and quantitative approaches, meta-analyses and review papers will be considered as will case studies where there are clear learning points which will benefit a wider audience.
Meet the Section Editor
Nicola Doherty, Clinical Psychology
Nicola Doherty is a Consultant Lead Clinical Psychologist currently based in the Western Trust area of Northern Ireland where she leads the Paediatric Psychology Service. Nicola is involved in various national and regional committees and working groups, mainly related to paediatrics, perinatal mental health, neonatal needs and infant health and wellbeing. Since qualifying as a Clinical Psychologist in 2000, Nicola has had ongoing clinical and research interest in various areas, including, paediatric cardiology, diabetes, acquired brain injury, neurodevelopmental conditions, child development, perinatal and infant mental health. She was awarded a Winston Churchill Travel Fellowship in 2017 which allowed her to research best practice in Canada and the USA for medically fragile babies and in 2020 became a Visiting Professor at Ulster University. She is passionate about the promotion of Clinical Psychology and as such is chair of the Paediatric Psychology Network-UK and communications representative for Division of Clinical Psychology – NI.
Why Submit to Cogent Psychology?
Cogent Psychology is a fully Open Access journal to serve the ever-growing expansion of multi- and inter-disciplinary research in the psychology field:
Unique aims and scope welcoming truly multidisciplinary research in psychology.
Swift online publication on a state-of-the-art platform.
Immediate and everlasting free access to your article to anyone worldwide.
Rigorous peer review process led by our team of subject experts across specialty sections.
Format-free submissions so you can prioritize content over style.