American Journal of Pastoral Counseling
Am J Pastor Counsel
ISSN (printed): 1094-6098. ISSN (electronic): 1528-6886.
The peer-reviewed, quarterly American Journal of Pastoral Counseling (formerly the Journal of Religion in Psychotherapy) defines, clarifies, and updates the discipline of pastoral counseling, helping develop and shape the field by providing a public place for the sharing of research, viewpoints, cases, and theories. Within each volume, you will find intriguing discussions from beyond the traditional boundaries of discipline, methodology, and faith. Edited by Richard Dayringer, ThD, Professor Emeritus of the Departments of Medical Humanities and Family and Community Medicine in the School of Medicine at Southern Illinois University, the American Journal of Pastoral Counseling opens the gate for the dissemination of much research that has been neglected because of the limited number of published pages formerly available. This journal is a unique forum for the growing interest in pastoral counseling that is occurring in the fields of medicine, psychiatry, psychology, marriage and family therapy, social work, and the popular media. The American Journal of Pastoral Counseling provides you with: empirical research, clinical case studies, theoretical essays, program/curriculum development and assessment, book and media reviews, Internet resources, letters to the editor. The American Journal of Pastoral Counseling is a cross-cultural, interfaith, and interdisciplinary journal for all those who do pastoral counseling/psychotherapy. Pastoral counselors, psychologists, sociologists, marriage and family therapists, psychiatrists, social workers, and other helping professionals will find the exciting mix of theoretical, clinical, and research topics in each volume challenging, beneficial, and inspirational.
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