About This Journal
A new conservatism found within the counseling and family therapy field hinders our ability to value perspectives, experiences, insights and information from outside culturally sanctioned ways of thinking and being – in effect limiting innovation in clinical theory and practice. The Counseling and Family Therapy Scholarship Review (CFTSR) provides a platform for scholarship focused on a wide range of obscure and marginalized subject matter, theoretical and empirical, in the hopes of generating and giving voice to creativity in clinical theory and practice.
Introductions to the issues of CFTSR published, including special issues guest editorials.
Articles of insight; personal narratives characterized by in-depth thought, including short stories, poetry.
Peer-reviewed scholarship focused on a wide range of obscure and marginalized subject matter, theoretical and empirical.
Articles covering reflection on practice and training experiences; clinical case approaches, proposed advancements to counseling and systemic theory, critiques related to practice.
Cultural-contextual perspective, contemporary social trends, social ethics, experiences, insights and information from outside culturally sanctioned ways of thinking and being.