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I would like to inform you that issue 1 of the volume 1 of Bharatiya Journal of Counselling Psychology is published online (on July 31, 2021). A total number of 5 papers are published.
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Call for papers for Next issue is open until June 30th.
Suggested topics for submissions in the following areas are from both quantitative and qualitative methods are include but are not limited to:
- counselling practices in different settings
- professional supervision, training and certification
- career and development in counselling psychology
- diverse counselling approaches, indigenous counselling, Indo-western counselling approaches
- application of counselling in public health, lay/peer counselling
- technology for advancing counselling practices
- counselling for underrepresented populations
- the development of new measures to be used in counselling activities
- ethical and professional issues in counselling psychology
Disciplines or sub-disciplines to be covered:
- Applied Psychology
- Community Psychology
- Clinical Psychology
- Developmental Psychology
- Educational Psychology
- Social Work
- Human Development
- Family and marriage Counselling Therapy
- Health Sciences
- Social Sciences &
- Organisational development
- Other Allied Disciplines
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