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Call for Contributions to Psychotherapy and Counselling Today and PACJA Special Issue on COVID-19

Contributions are being sought for the next edition of Psychotherapy & Counselling Today, PACFA’s newly established psychotherapy and counselling journal and a special edition of the Psychotherapy and Counselling Journal of Australia (PACJA), “Psychotherapy and counselling during and after COVID-19: Practical, political, philosophical, and cultural considerations”. 

Psychotherapy and Counselling Today

Psychotherapy & Counselling Today  is a professional journal, in printed magazine format, which aims to provide PACFA members and a broader reading audience with stimulating and informative reading on psychotherapy and counselling in Australia. The journal is available for practitioners, educators, researchers and students to support ongoing professional learning.

PACFA is  currently seeking feature articles, book reviews, reflections on practice, and articles for regular columns on ethics and training and education. To contribute articles to Psychotherapy & Counselling Today, please email the Editor, Dr Stephen Andrew. Submissions are required to meet the requirements outlined in the Information for Contributors.

Submission deadline: September 30, 2020.  

To view or purchase previous editions of Psychotherapy and Counselling Today, go to the PACFA website

PACJA Special Issue on COVID-19

The Psychotherapy and Counselling Journal of Australia (PACJA) is an international, peer-reviewed journal that aims to contribute to the evidence base for counselling and psychotherapy. Established by the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA) in 2012, the journal publishes empirical studies, literature reviews, theoretical essays, experiential reports, and book reviews. 

Contributions are being sought for a special edition of PACJA, “Psychotherapy and counselling during and after COVID-19: Practical, political, philosophical, and cultural considerations”.  PACJA Editor Dr Rhys Price-Robertson and special edition Co-Editor Professor Keith Tudor are calling for submissions on various aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Contributions are welcomed on a range of issues from practical considerations following the rapid move to online therapies, to broader explorations of the political, philosophical, and cultural implications of this unique global event for psychotherapists and counsellors. For more information on the call for papers, click here. The special issue editors can be contacted at specialissue@pacja.org.au. When submitting an article via PACJA’s online submission portal, authors should indicate that the article is intended for the special issue. 

Submission deadline: September 30, 2020. 

Further information for authors and submission guidelines can be accessed on the PACJA website.