PCEP Eastern Europe Letter
On behalf of Person-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapies – the official journal of the WAPCEPC and the leading PCE Journal, we are glad to announce the special issue: PCE in the Eastern Europe! This issue could be the first in a potential line of the ‘regionally dedicated’ issues. We invite PCE theorists, researchers, and practitioners who belong to Eastern Europe (including but not limited to: Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, and the Ukraine) to submit your papers to the journal.
We invited several well-known Eastern European PCE colleagues to co-edit an issue and to help authors with their submissions (prior to an official submission and double-blind peer review). We enjoy help from several colleagues: Daniela Roes, Renate Motschnig, Ivan Valkovic, Hana Smitkova, Georgeta Niculescu, Eva Sollarova, Piotr Fijewski, Magda Draskoczy, Lera Marchenko, Alex Orlov, and potentially more. So, if you feel unsure about your English or format, do not hesitate to ask us. We will help you to get in touch with the helping co-editor from your country or region.
The deadline for submissions is the 31 of July 2017. Submissions should be done via Manuscript editing system (you will have to register and log in) https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/rpcp
Papers should be written in English and have a length between 3000 and 7000 words. This limit includes tables, references, figure captions, endnotes. Paper should be formatted using an APA format. You will find more information regarding format as well as some advices of how to prepare your paper there: http://www.tandfonline.com/action/authorSubmission?journalCode=rpcp20&page=instructions#Preparing_your_paper
Also, some useful information regarding an APA style may be found here: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/
Should you have any questions regarding this issue, do not hesitate to contact Kirill Kryuchkov:
We believe, that Eastern Europe as a region as well as each and every country included has its own unique history and perspective, theory and practice of PCE. Let’s share it to the worldwide PCE community.
Kirill Kryuchkov, Dipl Psyc; PCEP-Eastern Europe Special Issue Editor
PCEP Editors: Jef Cornelius White, PsyD; David Murphy, PhD; Manu Bazzano, PhD