Couple and Family Psychology (Journal)
Couple and Family Psychology: Research and Practice (CFP) is a quarterly peer-reviewed scholarly journal focused on the intersection of theory, research, and professional practice in the specialty of couple and family psychology. It was founded in 2011 and Volume I commenced with the publication of Issue 1 in March 2012.
CFP was launched by the Society for Couple and Family Psychology because of a perceived need for a journal that focused on both research and practice in the specialty. The idea for the journal gestated over several years as the division bulletin The Family Psychologist increasingly featured journal-level articles. After originally proposing to transition the bulletin to a journal, it was decided to keep the bulletin and entitle the new journal CFP to differentiate the two publications and highlight the emphasis of the new journal.
CFP is a joint publication of the Journals Program of the American Psychological Association in...