Academic journal article Professional School Counseling

Do Unto Others as You Would Have Them Do Unto You

Academic journal article Professional School Counseling

Do Unto Others as You Would Have Them Do Unto You

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To the best of my recollection, mission statements offered by educational institutions with which I am familiar state something to the effect of allowing or helping all students to become self-actualized. I believe this is a credo of the school counseling profession as well. Dale Reinert reminds us of this belief in his introductory article as guest editor of this special issue on sexual minority youths and school counselors.

Dale and I negotiated the beginnings of this special issue while I was serving as editor of The School Counselor. Then, the ASCA journals were consolidated, and we proceeded to schedule it in Professional School Counseling. Ironically at the time we merged, I had two special issues at the top of my publication list and Chari Campbell had one.This led to a series of three special topics in the first three issues of the new journal, this being the third one in that set.The journal will return to the more common format of presenting a blend of articles covering a range of topics in the April 1998 issue.

During the process of selecting manuscripts from those submitted for the present special issue, I had an opportunity to read all of them. …

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