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Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin

Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin

eISSN: 15384853 | ISSN: 00343552 | Current volume: 67 | Current issue: 3 Frequency: Quarterly
Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin (RCB) features articles important to rehabilitation counseling practitioners in counseling, education, or research settings. Each issue includes original empirical research, theoretical essays, comprehensive literature reviews, intensive case studies, research critiques, and brief reports. RCB's insightful book reviews and test critiques help inform both research and practice. Article topics cover a wide range--from ethical dilemmas related to counseling clients with HIV/AIDS to the training needs of rehabiltation counselors. Special series focus on specific issues, such as race and rehabilitation services. Published by the Hammill Institute on Disabilities and SAGE in association with the American Rehabilitation Counseling Association.

Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin (RCB) publishes articles on rehabilitation counseling with a major emphasis on data-based research reports, although other types of contributions to professional knowledge in rehabilitation counseling will be considered. Examples include articles that explain an innovative technique or application, point/ counterpoint debates on a current controversy challenging the profession, or insightful essays on an important issue. Contributions of these kinds may be considered for a special section of RCB. Article topics cover a wide range—from ethical dilemmas related to counseling clients with HIV/AIDS to clinical problem solving in micro–case management. For example, a recent special series on ethics featured articles about ethical issues related to rehabilitation research, addiction counseling, and expert opinions and testimony.

Fong Chan University of Wisconsin - Madison, USA
Timothy Tansey Queen Mary University London, UK
Associate Editors
Jill Bezyak University of Northern Colorado, USA
Kanako Iwanaga Virginia Commonwealth University, USA
Connie Sung Michigan State University, USA
Consulting Editors
Norm Berven University of Wisconsin - Madison, USA
Malachy L. Bishop University of Wisconsin-Madison
Terry Blackwell University of Montana at Billings, USA
Jessica Brooks University of North Texas, USA
Susanne M. Bruyère Cornell University, USA
Michele Capella-McDonnall Mississippi State University, USA
Elizabeth de Silva Cardoso Hunter College, USA
Chetwyn Chan Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
Martha H. Chapin East Carolina University, USA
Chung-Yi Chiu University of Illinois-Urbana Champaign, USA
Julie Chronister San Francisco State University, USA
Charles Degeneffe San Diego State University, USA
Nicole Ditchman Illinois Institute of Technology, USA
Shengli Dong Florida State University, USA
Timothy Elliott Texas A&M University, USA
Ellen Fabian University of Maryland, USA
Michael Frain Florida Atlantic University, USA
Dennis D. Gilbride Georgia State University, USA
Darlene Groomes Oakland University, USA
Cheryl Hanley-Maxwell University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA
James Herbert Penn State University, USA
Kenneth Hergenrather George Washington University, USA
David B. Hershenson University of Massachusetts - Boston, USA
William Hoyt University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
Timothy Janikowski University at Buffalo - SUNY, USA
Jana Jones University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
Lynn Koch University of Arkansas, USA
Frank J. Lane Illinois Institute of Technology, USA
Michael Leahy Michigan State University, USA
Eun-Jeong Lee Illinois Institute of Technology, USA
Stephen Leierer East Carolina University, USA
Hanoch Livneh Portland State University, USA
Dan Lustig University of Memphis, USA
Irmo Marini University of Texas - Pan American, USA
Henry McCarthy Louisiana State University, USA
Jill M. Meyer Auburn University, USA
Elias Mpofu The University of North Texas, USA
Stephen Murphy  
Deidre O’Sullivan Pennsylvania State University, USA
Brian Phillips Utah State University, USA
Dave Rosenthal University of Wisconsin - Madison, USA
Phillip Rumrill Kent State University, USA
Susan Miller Smedema University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
David Strauser University of Illinois, USA
Jing Tao Fuijan University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, China
Paul J. Toriello East Carolina University, USA
Wei Mo Tu University of North Texas, USA
Emre Umucu University of Texas at El Paso, USA
Ming Hung Wang National Changhua University of Education, Taiwan
Paul Wehman Virginia Commonwealth University, USA
Jia Rung Wu Northeastern Illinois University, USA
Priyanka Yalamanchili California State University - San Bernardino, USA
Stephen A. Zanskas University of Memphis, USA
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    Dr. Fong Chan, Co-Editor

    University of Wisconsin-Madison

    School of Education

    403 Education Building

    Madison, WI 53706


    Dr. TImothy Tansey, Co-Editor

    University of Wisconsin-Madison

    School of Education

    411 Education Building

    Madison, WI 53706

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