Person-Centered & Experiential Psychotherapies Call for Papers Special Issue
Online therapies and person-centred and experiential psychology PCEP is inviting submissions for a special issue on online therapies and person-centred and
experiential (PCE) psychology to be published later this year. In the context of the rapid move to online therapies in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are inviting submissions on various
aspects of this unique situation. These may include: experiences of working online, as therapists, supervisors and trainers; case studies; ways in which practitioners and clients are utilising the
different online media and platforms to enhance therapy; commentaries on the advantages as well as disadvantages of online therapy; challenges to ways of thinking about the nature of reality, and
the nature of the therapeutic relationship; and implications of different way of working for the theory of PCE psychology and theory; as well as reflections on the impact of the wider context
(including restrictions and “lockdown”) on clients, therapists and PCE therapy itself.
The submission deadline is 31st August this year and, given the relatively short time frame, we welcome short articles of 3000 words maximum in addition to our standard length papers. The journal’s peer review process will be expedited for the special issue, 19(4), which will appear in December this year.
The co-editors for this special issue are Keith Tudor and David Murphy. If you have any questions about making a submission please contact Keith on