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It is a great honour for us to publish Volume 7, Issue 2, of the Global Journal of Guidance and Counseling: Current Perspectives. The journal welcomes original empirical investigations and literature review articles on current issues in guidance and counseling. The journal is published quarterly and serves as an international platform for discussing new developments in guidance and counselling. The journal focuses on, but is not limited to, the following major fields as they relate to guidance and counseling: child and adolescent counseling, adult and elder counseling, family counseling, school counseling, health counseling, crisis and risk counseling, occupational counseling, industrial counseling, cyber counseling, psychology education, inter-disciplinary approaches to psychology, counseling and guidance, rehabilitation counseling, technology usage in psychology, counseling and guidance, and special education.
A total number of six (6) manuscripts were submitted for this issue and each paper has been subjected to double-blind peer review process by the reviewers specialized in the related field. At the end of the review process, a total number of two (2) high quality research papers were selected and accepted for publication.
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