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European Association for Counselling


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Our Editor Hard at Work

 European Association for Counselling Members and students are invited to submit content for the Website.

As the EAC is a totally inclusive Association we extend that invitation to anyone who is not a member of the EAC. But would like to offer content in the form of papers; articles; research or case studies that are relevant to the content of the website as publications.

website submissions

Some of our Editorial Committee discussing Content

All content is subject to scrutiny by our editorial panel before inclusion and we reserve the right to ask for further information from the author before publishing.

Our Website is viewed by thousands of visitors every month and is an ideal vehicle to have work viewed by our valued visitors. All accepted and published content can include a link back to the Website of the Author.

Please complete the form below:

Website Submissions
Please remember in all case to give autonomy to client details
Please include description or abstract of content submitted minimum 300 words
Please separate keywords with comma
Please include a brief self biography that can be used on website. Include Website link if your wish link back maximum 150 words

Book Reviews


This section also contains the book review pages, if you have a book about Counselling, or is Counselling related, that you would like to be considered to be featured in this section, perhaps one of your own you would like promoted, please let our editor know at

All submitted work will be considered by the editorial panel, who may ask for further information or clarification by contacting the author directly, they will also advise when a submitted item has been posted to the website.

EAC Editorial Rights

The editor and the editorial team have the right to refuse a piece of work but will always communicate with the author of the work directly to explain why a work has had to be declined.

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