About the Journal

The New Zealand Journal of Counselling is published by the New Zealand Association of Counsellors. The purpose of the Journal is to provide a forum for the sharing of research- and practice-based information, perspectives and innovative ideas regarding matters of common concern to counselling researchers and practitioners.

The editors welcome the submission of papers including research reports, commentaries, practice-based articles, case studies, and book reviews from researchers and practitioners in counselling and psychotherapy, including members of the New Zealand Association of Counsellors and others with interests relevant to the field of counselling.

The overriding criteria for selection are that the material is professionally relevant, the presentation is of high quality, and the writer has communicated effectively with readers.

There are two issues per year. The closing dates for the submission of papers for each issue are detailed in the Guidelines for Contributors.

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