Aims & Scope
The journal publishes refereed manuscripts of research, theory, and practical approaches regarding the role of the Spirit in counseling. Some from a Christian tradition may refer to this specifically as the Holy Spirit, one component of the relational (Trinitarian) godhead that facilitates and embodies mechanisms of positive change which appear non-reductionistic. Individuals may incorporate diverse ways of knowing and interpreting the Spirit and its role in positive change, and the Spirit is collectively assumed to be at the center of such change. Further, individuals from various traditions may hold unique experiences of the Spirit in counseling, and the journal recognizes, celebrates and welcomes these voices. The purpose of this journal is thus to build bridges among faith traditions by increasing dialogue about experiences of the Spirit in counseling.