For those of you conducting research in the area of psychological consultation, collaboration, or coaching in schools or other educational settings, the Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation (JEPC) has announced a call for papers.
JEPC is entering its 30th year of publishing research focused on psychological and educational consultation and collaboration. The journal provides a forum for improving the scientific understanding of consultation and for describing practical strategies to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of consultation services. The content consistently covers a variety of perspectives, methodologies and methods, and is representative of a diversity of constituencies. The review process is rigorous and supportive, and the turnaround time is reasonable (usually less than two months). Here is a link to learn more about the aims, scope, and impact of JEPC and to view archived and recently accepted publication abstracts.
The editorial team is also currently seeking proposals for future theme issues for the journal. If proposing a special issue is of interest (or for any other inquiries about the journal), please get in touch with Daniel S. Newman (Daniel.email@example.com) for further information.