Graduate Journal of Counseling Psychology


Graduate Journal of Counseling Psychology

The Graduate Journal of Counseling Psychology (GJCP) is a
peer-reviewed academic journal designed exclusively for counseling
psychology graduate students enrolled in the Department of

Counselor Education and Counseling Psychology (CECP) at Marquette University.

The aim of the Journal is 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 is 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 is 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


Contact: CECP


Subject: Counseling Psychology

Date Posted: 7th December, 2012

Original posting date: 
Monday, December 10, 2012
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