Robinson, Chester R., Journal of Professional Counseling, Practice, Theory, & Research
From the Executive Editor:
This Fall 2007 issue of The Journal of Professional Counseling: Practice, Theory, and Research marks the final installment under my watch. I've learned much about myself and editing through publishing 6 issues of The Journal. First and foremost, I am not meant to be an editor. While I have enjoyed editorial success, it has come with much toil and labor. I enjoy the occasional review of a manuscript for another journal, but bringing 4 or 5 manuscripts to fruition every 6 months is challenging. second, authors, while experts in their field, are not experts in APA style. Much time was spent making minor alterations to align most manuscripts with APA style. Finally, I learned that editing a national journal is more than merely reviewing, selecting, and editing quality manuscripts. Other considerations include page counts, proofreading actual copy, and "blue lines."
Now, I'd like to introduce the new Executive Editor for The Journal of Professional Counseling: Practice, Theory, and Research, Dr. …