Association for Assessment and Research in Counseling Journals

Association for Assessment and Research in Counseling (AARC) is an organization of counselors, educators, and other professionals that advances the counseling profession by promoting best practices in assessment, research, and evaluation in counseling.

Our mission is to promote and recognize excellence in assessment, research, and evaluation in counseling.

If you're interested in joining us in our mission as well as further your own career, why not join the conversation in one of our journals below?

Counseling Outcome Research and Evaluation

Counseling Outcome Research and Evaluation

Counseling Outcome Research and Evaluation (CORE) provides counselor educators, researchers, educators, and other mental health practitioners with outcome research and program evaluation practices for work with individuals across the lifespan.

It addresses topics such as: treatment efficacy, clinical diagnosis, program evaluation, research design, outcome measure reviews.

This journal also serves to address ethical, legal, and cultural concerns in the assessment of dependent variables, implementation of clinical interventions, and outcome research.

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Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and Development

Articles range in appeal from those that deal with theoretical and other problems of the measurement specialist to those directed to the administrator, the counselor, or the personnel worker—in schools and colleges, public and private agencies, business, industry, and government.

All articles clearly describe implications for the counseling field and for practitioners, educators, administrators, researchers, or students in assessment, measurement, and evaluation.

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