Academic journal article Michigan Journal of Counseling

From the Editor

Academic journal article Michigan Journal of Counseling

From the Editor

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Greetings Counselors, Counselor Educators and Related Personnel. Due to administrative problems and an editor resignation, there has been an interruption in publication of the Journal. The three articles in this journal issue were accepted for publication by Jennifer Bornsheuer, Ph.D., the previous Editor, and the Editorial Review Board. We appreciate their work and contribution to the Journal. At present we are selecting a new Editorial Review Board and sending out notification of the Journal publication to members of the Michigan Counseling Association. If you are interested in joining the Editorial Review Board, please contact the Editor.

In the first article, Finch and Bacon focus on Teen Fathers, a neglected population. Typically they have been portrayed negatively, abandoning the teen mother after sex. The authors interviewed six teen fathers in an urban school district. Contrary, to the expectations, these teens wanted to be more involved with their children and to be seen as contributing citizens. It was recommended that they receive more attention from school counselors.

In the next article, Coven, Jezylo and Jurowicz explored how research findings can be a guide for positive psychology counseling with nursing home residents. …

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