The Counselling Psychology Review is the Division of Counselling Psychology’s peer-reviewed research publication, bringing together high quality research pertinent to the work of counselling psychologists.
It primarily focuses upon work being undertaken in the UK, but it is also likely to be of interest to international colleagues and those in related therapeutic disciplines.
The content is pluralist in nature, with its focus being on excellent work rather than methodological or paradigmatic preference. Submissions are invited in the following areas:
- Papers reporting original empirical investigations (qualitative, quantitative or mixed methods);
- Case studies, provided these are presented within a research frame;
- Theoretical papers, provided that these provide original insights that are rigorously based in the empirical and/or theoretical literature and are accompanied by a formal literature review;
- Systematic review articles;
- Methodological papers relating to the work of counselling psychologists. For more information about the peer review process contact [email protected]
Doctoral Student Submissions
Doctoral student submissions of a high standard are also welcome
However if you are unfamiliar with writing for publication please ask an experienced academic colleague – perhaps a supervisor – to edit your paper prior to submission.
This is because work submitted to a learned publication is very different to work for pedagogical purposes.
Scheduled publication frequency:
- Two issues a year (June and December)
- Professor Christina Richards
- Dr Jess Gran
- Dr Michael Beattie