by Petra Bueskens
The Psychotherapy and Counselling Journal of Australia (PACJA) is calling for papers for its second edition.
PACJA’s aim is to publish articles that contribute to the evidence base of psychotherapy and counselling in the form of 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 knowledge in the counselling and psychotherapy field.
Ms Petra Bueskens
• All PACJA manuscripts (5,000 words maximum excluding references) and an abstract not exceeding 150 words are to be submitted electronically to the acting Editor, Petra Bueskenseditor@pacja.org.au.
• Manuscripts must be formatted as a Word document or similar (Microsoft or Macintosh compatible).
• Authors should include a separate page with manuscript title, name(s) of author (s), and contact information (postal and email addresses, phone, fax). Author identification should not appear on the manuscript itself.
• Upon submission, the manuscript should be completed with references and tables and figures (if any), and follow APA style (6th edition).
• As the PACJA is peer-reviewed, authors must be prepared to address comments and make required changes to their manuscripts.
• Once the article is accepted for publication, the author (or first author if the article is a co-authored submission) will be notified of an approximate publication date, whereupon it will be understood that permission to print is granted (unless the author and/or co-authors withdraw). Upon publication PACJA holds copyright of the article.
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