CE&S Journal

This publication is the flagship journal for counselor educators and supervisors.

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Counselor Education and Supervision (CES) is dedicated to publishing articles concerned with research, theory development, or program applications related to counselor education and supervision. The journal is concerned with the preparation and supervision of counselors in agency or school settings; in colleges and universities; or at local, state, or federal levels.

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Counselor Education and Supervision (CES) is dedicated to publishing articles concerned with research, theory development, or program applications related to counselor education and supervision. The journal is concerned with the preparation and supervision of counselors in agency or school settings; in colleges and universities; or at local, state, or federal levels. Sections within the journal include the following:

  • Counselor Preparation. Research and theory articles that address counselor education curriculum and the preparation, supervision, and development of counselor education students.
  • Research and theory articles on counseling supervision.
  • Professional Development. Research articles and position papers related to ongoing professional development for counselors, supervisors, and counselor
  • Current Issues. Position papers or research relevant to counselor education and supervision. Relevant areas include diversity, accreditation, licensure, counselor function, supervision issues, and other timely topics.
  • Innovative Methods. Clearly delineated and substantiated descriptions of new methods, ideas, and innovations in counselor education and supervision. Manuscripts must include a review of the literature establishing a basis for the methods, a description of the methods, including the con- text in which the methods are used, and a qualitative or quantitative evaluation of the method.
  • Pedagogy. Research and theory articles that address culturally competent theory, research, and practice focused on instruction, course design, and evaluation in the classroom, practicum, and field experience.
  • Brief Reports. Brief reports are limited to 3500 words (15 pages), including the main text, references, tables and figures, but does not include the title page or abstract. References are limited to 20 citations. Abstracts are limited to 50 words. This format can be used to present results from the early stages of program development, exploratory results or findings that are based on strong, well-known theoretical literature. Articles can be submitted to this section to present findings from replication studies, significant updates of earlier research, and creative or innovative conceptual pieces that provide direction for future research.

2020 – 2021 CE&S EDITORIAL BOARD

EDITOR

Spencer G. Niles 
William & Mary

ASSOCIATE EDITOR

Amanda C. La Guardia 
University of Cincinnati

CONSULTING EDITOR

James S. Korcuska 
North Dakota State University

EDITORIAL ASSISTANT

Allison T. Dukes 
William & Mary

EDITOR

Gerta Bardhoshi (2024) 
University of Iowa

Casey Barrio Minton (2023) 
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Jillian Blueford (2023) 
The University of Denver

DiAnne Borders (2024) 
University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Erik Braun (2022) 
Northwestern State University of Louisiana

Julia Green Bryan (2024) 
Pennsylvania State University

Laurie Carlson (2024) 
Colorado State University

Christian Chan (2022) 
University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Madeline Clark (2023)
University of Toledo

Ryan Cook (2022) 
The University of Alabama

Jessica Danielson (2023) 
North Dakota State University

Amanda DeDiego (2022) 
University of Wyoming at Casper

Robin DuFresne (2022) 
Bowling Green State University

Bradley Erford (2024) 
Vanderbilt University

Donna Gibson (2024) 
Virginia Commonwealth University

Rebecca Goldberg (2024) 
Mississippi State University

Danica G. Hays (2023) 
University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Gulsah Kemer (2022) 
Old Dominion University

Victoria Kress (2024) 
Youngstown State University

Melissa Luke (2024) 
Syracuse University

E. Joan Looby (2023) 
Mississippi State University

Clare Merlin-Knoblich (2024) 
University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Rebecca Michel (2023) 
DePaul University

Amy Milsom (2022) 
Appalachian State

Rick Myer (2023) 
University of Texas at El Paso

Paul Peluso (2024) 
Florida Atlantic University

Diandra Prescod (2024) 
University of Connecticut

Amanda Rumsey (2024) 
Clemson University

Varunee Faii Sangganjanavanich (2023)
University of Akron

Daya Sandhu (2024) 
Lindsey Wilson College

Kenneth Simington (2024) 
Wake Forest University

Kevin Snow (2022) 
Marywood University

Noelle St. Germain-Sehr (2024)
William & Mary

Cassie Storlie (2024) 
Kent State University

Jodi Tangen (2022) 
North Dakota State University

Siu-Man “Raymond” Ting (2022)
North Carolina State University

Jose Villaba (2024) 
Wake Forest University

Phillip Waalkes (2022) 
The University of Missouri-St. Louis

Edward Wahesh (2023) 
Villanova University

Erin West (2022) 
The University of Texas at Tyler

Peitao Zhu (2024) 
Northern Illinios University

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