Aims & Scope

The aim of the Journal was to provide graduate students the opportunity to publish, as lead authors, clinical/practice-oriented and experimental research on issues relevant to the field of counseling psychology. The central mission of Journal was three-fold:

  1. Encourage research interest and involvement among early career graduate students
  2. Help graduate students improve scientific writing skills and present their findings
  3. Disseminate high quality graduate-level research relevant to the field of counseling psychology

The Journal was interested in a variety of topics:

  • Counseling activities (including assessment, interventions & treatment, consultation, supervision, training, prevention, and psychological education)
  • Career development and vocational psychology
  • Multicultural psychology
  • Lesbian, gay, and bisexual psychology
  • Addiction studies
  • Psychology of men and women
  • School & educational psychology
  • Counseling health psychology
  • Positive psychology
  • Other reviews or theoretical contributions that have the potential for stimulating further research in counseling psychology