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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Let me begin my first note to our readers with a word of thanks to our outgoing editor, Dr. Arnie Coven. For the past three years, Dr. Coven has guided our journal and helped to provide valuable information to the profession. In fact, while I may have taken over as editor, the two articles in this issue were shepherded through the editorial process by Dr. Coven. So, truth be told, this is his outgoing issue. Thanks Arnie for your leadership and gentle guidance. Let me also welcome Dr. Irene Ametrano to the editorial review board. Dr. Ametrano is a professor of counseling at Eastern Michigan University and a long time active member in MCA and the profession at large. I also welcome Ms. Laura Hoehn, my editorial assistant, who reads and proofs all submissions to our journal.

The general purpose of a professional journal is to inform and educate its readers, be they students, new professionals, or the seasoned practitioner. Therefore it is the goal of the Michigan Journal of Counseling: Research, Theory and Practice to provide you, the reader, with information that can help educate the student, offer support to the new professional, and provide the seasoned practitioner with usable information that will inform his or her practice with clients. With your help, and the help of the editorial board, we will continue meeting this goal for our membership and other mental health professionals who have access to our journal.

A state counseling journal is an excellent venue for you to offer your proven clinical wisdom, researched and practiced techniques, and original research that informs our profession. …

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