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National FORUM Journal of Counseling and Addiction

SUBMISSION PROCESS:

Electronic and Postal Submission Accepted
Via Email or Online Portal
williamkritsonis@yahoo.com or
www.nationalforum.com


CONTACT INFORMATION:

William Allan Kritsonis, Editor-in-Chief
National FORUM Journal of Counseling and Addiction
National FORUM Journals
17603 Bending Post Drive
Houston, TX 77095 USA

Phone: 281-550-5700
Email: williamkritsonis@yahoo.com
nationalforumjournals@yahoo.com
Website: www.nationalforum.com


REVIEW PROCESS:

Acceptance Rate: 12%
Invited Articles: 11-20%

Type of Review: Double-Blind Peer
Review
External Reviewers: 3+
In-House Reviewers: 3+
Time to Review: 1-3 months
Reviewers Comments: Yes



PUBLICATION INFORMATION:

Sponsor/Publisher:
National FORUM Society of Educators / National FORUM
Journals

Frequency of Issue:
Continuously On-Line

Launch Date:
Printed:
Electronic: 2010
ISSN: In Data Base System
Printed:
Electronic: Online - 1044-2691

Fees: Yes (Administrative Processing only)



MANUSCRIPT SPECIFICATION:

Manuscript Style:
American Psychological Association

Manuscript Length:
8-20

Copies Required:
3, w/ CD and Electronic

Reader:
Academics, Administrators, Counseling, Public
Education, Higher Education, Social Services, Prisons,
Law, Community Student Social Justice, Student
Success, and many others.


TOPICS:
All areas of Counseling
Higher Education
Public Education
Higher Education
Student Services
Juvenile, Adult Issues
Social Justice
Student Success




MANUSCRIPT GUIDELINES/COMMENTS:

Additional Topics. All areas of Counseling, Guidance, Student Success, Guidance, Juvenile, Adolescent,
Adult Issues, Academic Achievement, Law; General Law, Prisons, State and Federal Agencies,
Public/Private, and much more.

Additional Readers. Legal Studies, Practitioners, Prisons, State and Federal Agencies

About the Journal
The National FORUM J ournal of Counseling and Addiction - Online invites submissions for
manuscripts exclusively addressing issues on all areas of counseling and guidance, student success,
violence, criminal justice systems, juvenile justice, delinquency, corrections, prisons, public and private,
many others. Manuscripts may be theoretical or empirical in nature. Quantitative and qualitative research
approaches are welcome. The National FORUM J ournal of Counseling and Addiction - Online does not
limit the scope of research to criminal justice systems, but encompasses research in gender, class, and
race/ethnicity issues of both offenders and victims of crimes. Dr. William Allan Kritsonis is Founder of
National FORUM Journals (1982).

For detailed manuscript guidelines, visit the web site:
http://www.nationalforum.com/guidelines.htm