The Journal of Counselor Practice (JCP) is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes empirical research, critical reviews, and theoretical articles that promote innovative practice and advance the field of professional counseling.
Manuscripts typically fall into one of the following categories, although other kinds of submissions may be appropriate to the journal's readership:
Counseling Practice: Articles focus on innovative methods and approaches in professional counseling practice in diverse settings, treatment outcomes, professional identity, leadership development, and social justice and advocacy.
Clinical Supervision: Articles focus on innovative supervisory methods and approaches, existing supervision models and frameworks, the supervisory relationship, and the supervisee/supervisor development.
Counselor Preparation: Articles focus on counselor training, counselor education curriculum, pedagogical approaches, innovative practice in counselor education, and topics related to the experiences of counseling students and counselor educators.