Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research
Consult Psychol J Pract Res
Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research is published by the Educational Publishing Foundation in collaboration with the Division of Consulting Psychology of the American Psychological Association (Division 13). The mission of this journal is to facilitate the exchange of knowledge and ideas regarding the field of consultation to the community of psychologists and others interested in consultation. Consulting Psychology Journal publishes articles in the following areas: (a) theoretical/conceptual articles with implications for application to consulting; (b) original research regarding consultation; (c) in-depth reviews of the research and literature in specific areas of consultation practice; (d) case studies that demonstrate the application of innovative consultation methods/strategies, that highlight critical or often overlooked issues for consultation, or that have unusual features that would be of general interest to other consultants; (e) articles on consultation practice development; and (f) articles addressing the unique issues encountered by consulting psychologists in applying their knowledge and skill to the problems of clients. Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research also publishes special topic issues with guest editors on a regular basis. Topics for these issues are suggested by the members of Division 13.
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