The Nigerian Journal of Clinical Psychology (NAPC)

The Nigerian Journal of Clinical Psychology is the Nigerian Association of Clinical Psychologists' official journal (A Division of Nigerian Psychological Association). The Nigerian Association of Clinical Psychologist is a professional organization in Nigeria. It was founded on Friday, 9th March, 1979 in Benin-City by Clinical Psychologists in Nigeria. The journal was established in year 2000 as an outlet for the researches carry out by members and members of the clinical and academic fora, locally and international. The Journal is published 2 times a year and a special issue/conference proceeding is published once in a year.

Current Issue:

Vol: 12 No: 1 (2022)

1. PREVALENCE OF POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER AND SYMPTOMS MANIFESTATION ACROSS DEMOGRAPHIC VARIABLES AMONG INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSONS IN JOS, NIGERIA.
Gyang T. Rwang, Grace M. Kibanja, Kajumba M. Mayanja
The Nigerian Journal of Clinical Psychology, Volume 12(1): 1-20, 2022
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Date Published Online: Monday 10th June 2024

2. DEMOGRAPHICS, MENTAL HEALTH LITERACY, AND DELAY FACTOR ON MENTAL HEALTH HELP-SEEKING ATTITUDE IN INNER CITY YOUTHS IN UYO, NIGERIA.
Leonard C. Orji, Gboyega E. Abikoye, Alliu Sadiat
The Nigerian Journal of Clinical Psychology, Volume 12(1): 21-39, 2022
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Date Published Online: Monday 10th June 2024

3. ATTITUDE TOWARDS THE USE OF FACE MASKS IN PREVENTING COVID-19 AMONG YABA RESIDENTS.
Bolajoko I. Malomo, Lisa Ngozi Odumosu
The Nigerian Journal of Clinical Psychology, Volume 12(1): 40-55, 2022
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Date Published Online: Monday 10th June 2024

4. DOCTOR-PATIENT COMMUNICATION, PATIENT TRUST AND PATIENT SATISFACTION AMONG PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV/AIDS IN FEDERAL MEDICAL CENTRE MAKURDI, NIGERIA.
Samuel T. Anhange (Ph.D), Kashimana R. Tyovenda, Abraham T. Kwaghgbah
The Nigerian Journal of Clinical Psychology, Volume 12(1): 56-67, 2022
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Date Published Online: Monday 10th June 2024

5. PLACEBO AN ESSENTIAL INGREDIENT IN COUNSELING-EDUCATION FOR DAIMONOMAGEIA (WITCHCRAFTS): A CASE STUDY OF DIVERSE HEALTH CONDITIONS IN THE AMUZI COMMUNITY
Francis Chukwuedozie Nwachukwu, Anthonia Uchenna Nwachukwu
The Nigerian Journal of Clinical Psychology, Volume 12(1): 68-83, 2022
Abstract |     PDF |     doi:
Date Published Online: Monday 10th June 2024


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