The Counseling and Family Therapy Scholarship Review is an open-access, peer-reviewed, online journal focused on promoting insights of diverse cultural-contextual perspectives to stretch the range of information available for the practice of counseling and systemic psychotherapy. The Scholarship Review is a platform for unique perspectives on conventional knowledge and distinctive understandings from marginalized domains of information. Faculty, private practice clinicians, non-profit social services staff and graduate students are invited to submit literature reviews, proposed advancements to counseling and systemic theory, social research, clinical case write-ups, personal narratives, concerns of social ethics, contemporary social trends, predictions for future biopsychosocial trends, socio-political commentaries, poetry and short stories.
Current Issue: Volume 2, Issue 1 (2019)
Death and Life by a Thousand Cuts: Lessons Learned from the Deconstructive/Reconstructive Journey
Mark Karris , M.A., M.Div.
Religious Couples Re-Storying After Infidelity: Using Narrative Therapy Interventions with a Focus on Attachment
Mark Karris , M.A., M.Div. and Katarena Arger , M.A
A Phenomenological Exploration: The Black Bile of Depression
Charles L. Dunlap II, M.A.