A branch of neuroscience that studies the use of medications to treat mental disorders is termed as Clinical Psychopharmacology. It involves the application of pharmacological principles, scientific data and clinical practices to individual psychopathology and problems across a range of populations. It blends the scientific study of behavior, its biological basis and the interaction of medication with physiology to produce short and long term therapeutic changes in the treatment of mental disorders. Clinical Psychopharmacology allows psychologists to provide their patients with a broader continuum of care.
Edelweiss publications maintaining the journal of Psychiatry OpenAccess which accepts all the original manuscripts related to Clinical Psychopharmacology. It maintains high standards of scientific excellence and its editorial board ensures a rapid peer review process.