The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy
A journal for practitioners and academics
The ANZJFT is reputed to be the most-stolen professional journal in Australia! It is read by clinicians as well as by academics, and each issue includes substantial papers reflecting original perspectives on theory and practice.
With Michael White as its first Editor from 1979 to 1984, the Australian Journal of Family Therapy established a proud tradition of theoretical speculation, humour and the celebration of clinical success. Under its second Editor, Max Cornwell (1985-1996), the journal widened and deepened to become a refereed journal of international standard, The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy . Editors Hugh Crago and Maureen Crago (1997-2008) worked tirelessly and nurtured countless new authors over many years, and Paul Rhodes, Glenn Larner, and Alistair Campbell (2008-2010) worked to produce a lean and sharp journal, with a focus on integrating evidence-based research with systemic theory and practice in the field.
The current Editor, Glenn Larner continues to build on this foundation, harnessing talents and resources on the local scene and soliciting contributions from key international figures. Today the journal, known as the ANZJFT , aims to represent family therapy, as well as other therapy approaches that can broadly be described as relational, systemic or contextual. It continues to publish on topics of research, practice and theory, with a special ambition to showcase reader-friendly papers relevant to all family-sensitive practice.
All articles are blind refereed and peer reviewed.
The ANZJFT is in the process of becoming the publication journal for the newly formed Australian Association of Family Therapy (AAFT).
Subscription to the Online Copy of the ANZJFT (4 issues of each publication annually)
$120.00 Annual Fee (initial application will also incur a once off $14.50 admin fee)
Contact the AAFT admin team for more information on how to subscribe.
*Subscription Fees cover the period of a calendar year (Jan – Dec) If you subscribed after the first issue of ANZJFT and AAFTNews, you will receive all previous issues for that calendar year.
*INSTITUTIONS AND ORGANISATIONS can contact Wiley-Blackwell publishing to subscribe to the ANZJFT – http://ordering.onlinelibrary.wiley.com
Submit to ANZJFT!
Author guidelines: HERE
The editor of ANZJFT welcomes submissions from scholars, researchers, educators and practicing family therapists. ANZJFT seeks to provide a space for you to share your experiences, reflections, ideas and insights. The development of the field depends on this vital exchange, and we therefore strongly encourage submissions from authors on a range of topics including theory, training, supervision, research and practice in family therapy.
By submitting to ANZJFT you will benefit from:
- the prestige of publishing in a leading international journal with a 2011 Impact Factor of 1.154
- exposure to the full membership of the Australian Association of Family Therapy
- exposure to scholars and practitioners around the world in the field of family therapy
- reviewer reports with thoughtful feedback and guidance
- options for mentoring for new authors.
ATTENTION ALL AAFT MEMBERS:
AAFT already offers the ANZJFT online as part of your membership fees. In 2014, as a new benefit to members, AAFT will also offer access to other online journals in addition to ANZJFT. These can be accessed through the “members’ login” section of the website. Through this service you will also be able to access Professional Development recordings and other exclusive resources that are only available to members of AAFT.
In order to access these services, AAFT will need to upload your current contact details, particularly an email address.
Award for Distinguished Contribution to Family Therapy in Australia Honour Roll
1994- Margaret Topham and Moshe Lang
1995- Family Centre, Anglican Social Services, Lower Hutt, Aotearoa/NZ
1996- Bouverie Centre
1997- Colleen Brown
1998- Max Cornwell
1999- Kerrie James
2001- Brian Stagoll
2003- Anne Sved-Williams
2004- QAFT & Malcolm Robinson (Special 25th Anniversary Award)]
2005- Carmel Flaskas
2006 – Tom Paterson
2007- Helen Pavlin
2008 – Glenn Larner
2009 – Amaryll Perlesz
2010 – Hugh and Maureen Crago
2011- Catherine Sanders
2012 – Laurie MacKinnon
2013 – Carolyn Quadrio
2014 – Banu Moloney
2015 – Pam Rycroft
2016 – Christine Hunt
2017 – Jeff Young
2018 – Jenny Brown
2019 – Elizabeth Shaw
2020 Maurizio Andolfi,
2021 Aldo Gurgone