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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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. W. Bradley McKibben, TSC Editor, at email@example.com.
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2021 Special Edition – Volume 3, Issue 2 – TSC
Introduction to the Special Issue: Anti-Racist Counselor Education
Paul C. Harris, Erik Hines, and Renae D. Mayes
Antiracist School Counselor Preparation: Expanding on the Five Tenets of the Transforming School Counseling Initiative
Erin Mason, Adrianne Robertson, Jan Gay, Nkenji Clarke, and Cheryl Holcomb-McCoy
Promoting Anti-Racism and Critical Consciousness through a Critical Counseling Theories Course
Jyotsana Sharma and Carlos P. Hipolito-Delgado
The Case for a Core Anti-racist Course for Counselors in Training
Ileana A. Gonzalez Ph.D. and Raven K. Cokley Ph.D.
Self-Care: An Ethical Imperative for Anti-Racist Counselor Training
Michelle Mitchell and Erin Binkley
Equipping School Counselors for Antiracist Healing Centered Groups: A Critical Examination of Preparation, Connected Curricula, Professional Practice and Oversight
Kara P. Ieva, Jordon Beasley, and Sam Steen
Multi-Tiered Intensive Supervision: A Culturally-Informed Method of Clinical Supervision
Angie D. Cartwright, Chandra D. Carey, Huan Chen, Dominique Hammonds, Ana G. Reyes, and Mickey E. White
A Womanist Supervision Framework for Promoting Anti-Racist Therapy with Black Women
Camellia V. Green and Danielle E. Burton
School Counselors Involvement and Opportunities to Advocate Against Racialized Punitive Practices
Edwin Hernandez, Enrique Espinoza, and Jewel Patterson
The Intentionality of Confronting Racism, Systemic Oppression, and Cyclical Trauma in Counselor Education: A Self Study
Kara Ieva, Michael D. Hannon, and Linwood G. Vereen
2021 Volume 3, Issue 3 – TSC
Constructivism in Action: A Dynamic Group Process in Defining and Applying Principles of Social Justice
Tanupreet Suri, Leslie Woolson, Arianna Trott, Marty Apodaca, M. Kathryn Brammer, Dèsa Karye Daniel, Diane Lacen, and Thomas A. Chávez
Encouragement Is Not Enough: Perceptions and Attitudes towards Corrective Feedback and Their Relationship to Self-Efficacy
Vasti Holstun, Neil Rigsbee, and Lynn Bohecker
Development and Implementation of a Bilingual Counseling Certificate Program
Claudia Interiano-Shiverdecker, Derek Robertson, Elias Zambrano, Ashley Morgan, and Jacqueline Cantu Contreras
Matching Variables with the Appropriate Statistical Tests in Counseling Research
Ryan E. Flinn and Michael T. Kalkbrenner
Working Alliance as a Mediator between Supervisory Styles and Supervisee Satisfaction
Dan Li, David K. Duys, and Yanhong Liu
Reflection and readiness: Shared benefits of using an Oral Final Evaluation to assess counselor competency
Tanya Surette and Kelly Brenton
School Counseling Interns’ Lived Experiences Addressing Social Determinants of Health
Alexandra C. Gantt, Kaprea F. Johnson, Judith W. Preston, Brittany G. Suggs, and Megan Cannedy
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