Mittwoch, 15. August 2012

New issue of Journal for Social Action available on line

The new issue of The Journal for Social Action in Counseling and Psychology is now available free on-line.  The table of contents is printed below (with hyperlinks to the pdf files of the articles).  The Journal for Social Action is jointly sponsored by Psychologists for Social Responsibility ( and Counselors for Social Justice (  We seek submissions that describe and analyze research projects and actions for peace and social justice in which counselors, psychologists, and other mental health professionals are involved.  See mission and submission guidelines at

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Co-edited by Rebecca Toporek, San Francisco State University, and Tod Sloan, Lewis and Clark Graduate School of Education and Counseling

Walking the Talk: Reflections from a Community-Focused Dialogue Series
Anna Wheatley, Seth T. Christman, and Guerda Nicolas

Perpetuating Oppression: Does the Current Counseling Discourse Neutralize Social Action?
Arie T. Greenleaf and Rhonda M. Bryant

Voices: Exploring the Experiences of Non-Mental Health Professionals Working with Mexican Immigrants Affected by Deportation
Anna Lopez and Ioana Boie

African-American Youth and Exposure to Community Violence:  Supporting Change from the Inside
Anita Jones Thomas, Devin Carey, Kia-Rai Pruit, Edna Romero, Maryse Richards, and Barbara Velsor-Friedrichs

The Santa Barbara Wellness Project: Development and Implementation
Melissa L. Morgan Consoli, J. Manuel Casas, A. Patricia Cabrera, and Gustavo Prado

Latina/o Adolescents in an Emerging Immigrant Community: A Qualitative Exploration of their Future Goals
Laura M. Gonzalez, Gabriela L. Stein, Laura R. Shannonhouse, and Mitchell J. Prinstein

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