The Counselling Psychologist – Special Issue – The Coronavirus Pandemic and Counseling Psychology

The Counseling Psychologist is inviting proposals for articles that are directly related to the psychological aspects of the coronavirus pandemic, particularly as they relate to the field of counselling psychology. The proposals can focus on the theoretical, research, practice, advocacy, and/or education and training aspects of the pandemic.

All proposals should be submitted to Dr. Bryan Kim, Editor of TCP, at They will be reviewed by TCP’s editorial leadership team and the authors of the selected proposals will be invited to submit formal papers. The papers will then go through the usual review process and accepted papers will be published as a part of the Special Issue.


  • June 30, 2020: Proposals are due (submit to
  • July 31, 2020: Decisions on the proposals are disseminated
  • December 31, 2021: Manuscripts are due
  • August 2021: Special Issue is published (This date is aspirational and will depend on the review process)

For any questions regarding this Special Issue, please contact Dr. Bryan Kim, Editor of TCP, at

Call for Proposals – More details (PDF)