Academic journal article Michigan Journal of Counseling

From the Editorial Desk

Academic journal article Michigan Journal of Counseling

From the Editorial Desk

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This is the second issue of the Michigan Journal of Counseling this year. It represents the editorial board's effort to compensate for the extensive time required to publish the first issue. The present plan is to publish two issues per year, one in fall and one in winter. The editorial board, with the help of the administrative office, has made applications to reference sources, such as Eric, and Psychological Index to have the Journal available for relevant citations. We will keep you informed of our progress. The first article in this issue highlights the job and economic threat to our profession and the need for continued strong advocacy from our association.

The lead article, by Adriana Fox, Suzanne Hedstrom, and Erika Souders, is a study of the employment status of Licensed Professional Counselors in 15 public universities. Unfortunately, the results indicate only a small percentage of personnel in various student affairs offices have counselor licenses or counselor training. The implications for counselor training and need of advocacy for our profession are highlighted.

The second article, by Le' Ann Solmonson from Stephen F. Austin State University, addresses multicultural issues in her article "Cultural Variations In Parenting and Implications for the Counseling Professional. …

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