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Counselling Psychology Quarterly

Mentorship Scheme

Calling all early-career researchers, post-graduate students, and doctoral students.

Are you currently working on a manuscript you hope to submit for publication?

Not sure how to refine your paper as you seek to submit your best work?

Writing your first research paper can be a daunting process; getting it published is even more challenging.

Counselling Psychology Quarterly is now offering a mentorship scheme to those working to submit such papers.

The aim of this scheme is to give early-career researchers a taste of the writing and seeking-to-publish process, under the guidance of an experienced mentor.

Use this opportunity to benefit from the experience and knowledge of established authors.

Take the first steps in your publishing journey!

If your application is successful, you will gain the support and guidance of a mentor from the Editorial Board of the journal. If your paper is then accepted, your paper will received dedicated marketing promotion.

Counselling Psychology Quarterly

Language: en-US

Publisher: tandf

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You should already be able to write to a high academic standard and be familiar with APA style.

If interested, please email the Co-Editors-in-Chief: Sarah Knox and Shigeru Iwakabe [sarah.knox@marquette.edusiwakabe@mac.com]:

Editorial information

  • Co-Editor-in-Chief: Sarah Knox, Marquette University, USA
  • Co-Editor-in-Chief: Shigeru Iwakabe, Ochanomizu University, Japan