Academic journal article Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy

Editor's Corner

Academic journal article Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy

Editor's Corner

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This issue begins Volume 10 of the Journal-during which time it has moved from a little known publication to one of international scope and influence. Not only is the Journal received by professionals around the world, it publishes manuscripts from many countries, describing cognitive psychotherapy applications and innovations, and its Editorial Board comprises multinational experts in the field. I am pleased to have seen its development and pleased to have had a part in shaping it.

With the inauguration of the 10th volume, I have decided to step down as Editor, effective with Volume 12, Number 1. There are several reasons for my decision. First, I do not believe that anyone should remain as an editor for an extended period of time-no matter how enjoyable the task or how effective the tenure. We all look at things through our own cognitive lenses and fresh viewpoints are necessary for an endeavor such as a journal to prosper. Second, the pressure of other duties and events in my life has compelled me to make choices to keep some things and to dispense with others in order to add new things. Third, I was gratified to be elected President-Elect of the International Association for Cognitive Psychotherapy and wish to devote significant time and energy to that task.

In consultation with IACP President Christine Padesky, I have developed the following procedure for my replacement. During 1996 we will collect nominations for Editor according to the guidelines contained elsewhere in this issue. …

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