Academic journal article Journal of Professional Counseling, Practice, Theory, & Research

Editorial Perspective

Academic journal article Journal of Professional Counseling, Practice, Theory, & Research

Editorial Perspective

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From the Executive Editor:

I must offer my humblest apologies to our readership for publication delays during the previous 18 months. However, conceiving of this "double issue" afforded me the opportunity to return to the established publication schedule. Readers and authors should note that though this volume was actually published in early 2007, it bears a 2006 publication date and includes what would normally be considered the Spring and Fall Issues for 2006.1 decided to do this to maintain consecutive volume numbers congruent with consecutive publication years. Please note that both Spring and Fall issues of The Journal of Professional Counseling: Practice, Theory, and Research will be published in separate issues in 2007.

The articles in the two issues published herein are representative of the vast diversity of interests among our subscribers. Consider the following topics: freewill versus determinism; international students in counselor preparation programs; comparisons between students from accredited and non-accredited counselor preparation programs; adolescent acute psychiatric hospitalization care; African-American school counselors' perceptions of biracial individuals; supervisees' contributions to supervision; committee facilitation; and counselor impairment. …

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