The Revista Iberoamericana de Psicotraumatología y Disociación (REVIBA) -Iberoamerican Journal of Psychotraumatology and Dissociation (ISSN: 2007-8544) is a peer-reviewed an open access Journal (articles has not cost) publishing original and high-quality articles about EMDR Therapy, Dissociation, Psychoemotional First Aids, Disasters Mental Health, and other Psychotraumatology topics, presented in a friendly format that could be a valuable resource for your speaking Spanish patients.
The authors' publications are distributed under Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY) license (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/). The license was developed to facilitate open access, namely, free immediate access to and unrestricted reuse of original works of all types.
The Journal has original contributions from Onno van de Hart, Kathy Steele, Ellert Nijenhuis, Paula Moreno, Sandra Baita, Vedat Sar, Erdinc Ozturk, Colin Ross, Ignacio Jarero, Alaide Miranda, Anabel Gonzales and Dolores Mosquera, among other international authors.
The monthly average of downloaded articles is over 40,000 and increasing each month.
Our Journal is a Source of Reliable and Update Information for the Speaking Spanish World.
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