The aim of TSC is to publish high quality scholarship that informs teaching, supervision, and mentoring in educational and clinical settings. Articles may be empirical, conceptual or theoretical, or based on current issues; with an emphasis on empirical research. Articles must be scholarly, grounded in existing literature, and have implications for the counseling profession including, but not limited to, counselor education, supervisory practice, clinical training, pedagogy, mentoring, or advocacy and public policy. Additionally, a goal of TSC is to provide mentoring to graduate students in the area of peer review and writing. All manuscripts are submitted to a blind peer-review process. Manuscripts submitted to TSC fall within one of four categories, although other kinds of submissions may be considered...
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Racism is a longstanding, insidious, and divisive system of oppression that has permeated the social fabric of the United States. The recent murders of Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, and Rayshard Brooks, among many others, have highlighted a daily reality for many Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC), and they represent the magnitude of anti-racist work that remains to be done. In counseling and counselor education and supervision, it is critical that social justice not be considered just a “force” in counseling, but rather the foundation of competent training and practice. In an effort to decolonize professional counseling, examine and challenge power and hierarchy, and elevate diverse ways of knowing, guest editor(s) Drs. Paul C. Harris, Erik M. Hines, and Renae D. Mayes, along with the TSC editor and associate editor are creating a special issue of the Teaching and Supervision in Counseling journal focused on anti-racism in counselor education.
In this special issue, we are inviting both conceptual and empirical manuscripts that speak to anti-racist practices in counselor education. More specifically, we are inviting manuscripts that challenge professionals for change and provide action steps to consider in areas of counselor education such as teaching, research, service, supervision, and mentorship, across multiple levels (e.g., individual, classroom, profession).
We are asking potential authors to submit proposals to be considered for the special issue. We encourage collaboration between faculty and student authors. We are inviting authors to provide a proposal for a manuscript that they would like to submit for consideration to email@example.com by September 11, 2020.
The proposal needs to include:
The proposal should not exceed 3-pages and should be double spaced, 12-point font, and 1-inch margins.
TSC will be publishing this special issue this academic year, so the timeline is noted below. The proposal should indicate that you are aware of the timeline and will be able to finalize a manuscript for submission within the time frame if invited.
If you have any questions about this special issue please contact Dr. Paul Harris at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have questions about TSC, please contact the editor, Dr. Kelly Wester at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
2019, Spring: Vol 1, Issue 1
Teaching and Supervision in Counseling (TSC), the official journal for the Southern Association for Counselor Education and Supervision, invites manuscript submissions for consideration. The TSC Editorial Board reviews manuscripts submitted to TSC throughout the calendar year, thus authors can submit manuscripts at any point in time to be considered in upcoming issues of TSC. Two issues of TSC are published online per year, one in the fall and one in the spring.
Manuscripts submitted to TSC fall within one of four categories, although other kinds of submissions may be considered: teaching, clinical supervision, mentorship, and current issues and topics relevant to the Southern Region of ACES. More information about these categories can be found on the journal’s aims and scope page.
Articles may be empirical, conceptual or theoretical, or based on current issues; with an emphasis on empirical research. Articles must be scholarly, grounded in existing literature, and have implications for the counseling profession including, but not limited to, counselor education, supervisory practice, clinical training, pedagogy, mentoring, or advocacy and public policy. All manuscripts are submitted to a blind peer-review process, with accepted manuscripts being submitted as open access.
Manuscripts should not exceed 25 double-spaced typewritten pages, including title page, abstract, references, and all tables and figures in addition to the body of the manuscript. Current issues manuscripts should be between 10 to 15 pages in total length. The manuscripts should also be written according to the American Psychological Association (APA) Publication Manual style, 6th edition. More information about manuscript formatting and requirements is available at the TSC submission guidelines and policies page.
Manuscripts can be submitted through the journal website.
If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Kelly Wester, TSC Editor, at email@example.com.
University of North Carolina, Greensboro
W. Bradley McKibben
Nova Southeastern University