Journal of Regression Therapy
The Journal of Regression Therapy is published by the International
Association for Regression Research and Therapies, Inc. (IARRT), a
non-profit organization founded in 1980 as The Association for Past Life
Research and Therapies (APRT). APRT published the first Journal of
Regression Therapy in 1986. Produced by the professional organization of
therapists using regression, researchers into the field of regressive
therapies, and students and interested laymen, IARRT's Journal is the
standard in the field.
The Journal is a professional publication and is the standard in the
field. Its function is to serve as an open forum for the sharing and
discussion of information, ideas, and theories, and for the publication
of research. All materials presented herein represent the views and
opinions of the individual authors and are not necessarily those of the
Editors, Editorial Board and/or IARRT. Publication of an article herein
does not represent an endorsement of its contents by them, collectively
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Guidelines for Submission
The Journal welcomes submissions. Submissions may be made by
surface mail or e-mail to the Editors at the addresses below.
Please query before submitting by e-mail. Our guidelines are
fairly standard and generally follow those practices observed by
Journal contributors are expected to observe accepted
professional procedures in correctly citing sources of facts and
ideas, when appropriate, and append a reference list to their
articles which includes all citations made within the paper. The
APA format is recommended.
Submissions must include:
1. Title of submission
2. Name and address of author(s), including e-mail address
3. If the manuscript has been produced with a word processor,
indicate program (Example: “Produced with MS Word 97”)
4. A short current biography of the author(s) (75–150 words).
5. A short abstract of the submission (75–150 words).
Submitting by surface mail:
1. Please include a self-addressed, stamped envelope (SASE) of
proper size and with sufficient postage affixed for the
manuscript return if it is not accepted for publication and you
want it returned. Surface mail submissions not accompanied by a
SASE will not be returned. Immediate verification of the receipt
of the submission will be made by e-mail. If you do not have
e-mail, please enclose a self-addressed stamped postcard.
2. Only one copy is required. Submissions should be mailed flat
and paper-clipped together. Do not staple. No special cover
folder is required. A letter of inquiry before submission of a
manuscript is not required, but is encouraged. A SASE should
accompany letters of inquiry. Mail all inquiries and submissions
Richard Stammler, Ph.D., Editor
8793 Green Rd.
Warrenton, VA 20187
Submitting via e-mail:
1. Submission of inquiries and content via e-mail is highly
encouraged. Please use the following address for all e-mail
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Journal the right to publish said manuscript one time only and
reprints there of; however, brief excerpts or quotations may be
used by the Journal Editorial Staff in subsequent publications,
without prior written permission. The Journal retains the
customary editing rights of a publisher, including but not
limited to the right to make changes for the sake of clarity and
style, to correct grammar and spelling, and to condense or
abridge said manuscript.
Ordering Back Issues and Articles
Complete issues are ordered by their Volume and Issue Number.
You may need to refer to the
Complete Annotated Tables of Contents and Authors Index to
ensure you order the correct issue.
When ordering individual articles, specify the Article Name and
the full volume name the article appeared in such as Vol. 2 No.
2 Fall 1987, “Dialogue With Cancer.”
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