Journal of Counseling Research and Practice

About This Journal

The primary goals of the journal are to:

(1) enhance research and scholarly pursuits,

(2) promote best practices among professional counselors, and

(3) share creative and innovative strategies.

The Editor-in-Chief of the JCRP invites counselor educators, practitioners, and counseling education students to submit manuscripts that meet the qualifications below:

  • Research and Theory
  • Innovative Practices/Current Issues
  • Multicultural Issues
  • Graduate Student Works
  • Research and Theory

    Manuscripts in this area must describe original research on topics pertaining to counseling. This section will host a variety of topics that include both quantitative and qualitative inquiry.

    Innovative Practice/Current Issues

    Manuscripts in this area must provide thorough descriptions of techniques, strategies, skills, and activities that have been developed and/or implemented by counselors in practice.

    Multicultural Issues

    Manuscripts in this area must include research, innovative approaches, and current issues that address multicultural populations that include race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religion, and socio economic status.

    Graduate Student Works

    Manuscripts in this area must include written works that include original research that is conducted during graduate training.