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Improving practice through scholarship and research

The Psychotherapy and Counselling Journal of Australia is an international, peer-reviewed journal which aims to contribute to the evidence-base for counselling and psychotherapy.

PACJA publishes theoretical essays, experiential reports, and empirical studies featuring quantitative, qualitative, or mixed-method approaches.

PACJA encourages practitioners, researchers, students and educators (even if you have never published before) to submit articles for publication. The process is intended to be supportive in order to mentor aspiring authors to contribute to the dissemination of research in the counselling and psychotherapy field.

 

Announcements

PACJA Editor

PACFA is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr James Vicars as the new Editor of PACJA. Dr James Vicars has extensive editing experience and looks forward to taking PACJA to its next stage of development as a high quality, international peer-reviewed journal.

Fifth edition of PACJA

Vol 5 of PACJA was published on 14th August, 2017. To see the articles for this edition, go to Journal. PACJA is currently issuing a Call for Papers to be submitted for consideration for publication in Vol 6 and 7.

Authors are invited to submit Theoretical essays, experiential reports, and empirical studies featuring quantitative, qualitative, or mixed-method approaches, Literature Reviews and Book reviews

For submission guidelines go to Publish To express interest in being mentored as a new author, contact the Editor, at editor@pacja.org.au

Current Opportunities for Editorial roles

PACFA is calling for a Book Review Editor for PACJA. This is a voluntary academic service role.

To express interest in the role, please send your curriculum vitae and Expression of Interest to the Research Committee Chair, Dr Kim Dunphy, natres@pacfa.org.au.

For more information about the PACJA role, please see the news item.