NEPsy.com is the website of New England Psychologist, a quarterly print publication serving the region’s licensed psychologists. The publication is published four times a year and mailed to nearly all licensed psychologist that live in the six-state New England region (Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont).
The publication was started in 1993 by Denise M.T. Yocum, Psy.D., distributed initially only to Massachusetts psychologists. New England Psychologist expanded its distribution to all of New England in 2002.
The staff of New England Psychologist are committed to open, unbiased news and information for practicing psychologists. The publication and website are not oriented only toward clinical issues, but also cover business and marketplace issues that affect clinical practice.
We also publish a residential school directory once a year in the Winter issue that lists all the therapeutic residential schools in the six New England states, their specialty areas, and their contact information. This residential school directory is also available on our website.
At the end of 2017, New England Psychologist was acquired by John M. Grohol, Psy.D. It is now published by his company, Liviant, as both a quarterly print publication and a once-monthly online publication. Readers can now subscribe to either print + digital, or a digital-only subscription.
In 2022, in celebration of its 30th year of publication, New England Psychologist switched over to a new 40+ page, full-color magazine format. Its Spring 2022 issue is the first issue to be published in this new format.
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New England Psychologist is published once quarterly (4 times/year), with a special residential schools directory in the fourth quarter issue. Distribution of this publication does not constitute an endorsement of products and services. The publisher reserves the right to reject any advertisement or listing considered inappropriate.
New England Psychologist accepts unsolicited articles, news releases and other materials for consideration as editorial items. Please send your submission to email@example.com
New England Psychologist assumes no responsibility for mistakes in advertisements, but will reprint that part of the advertisement that is incorrect if notice is given within 10 days of publication.
Reproduction of any part of this publication by any means without permission is prohibited. Back issues of New England Psychologist are available. Bulk pricing is available.
New England Psychologist
P.O. Box 5464
Bradford, MA 01835