Information for Reviewers
Counselling and Psychotherapy Research is a peer review journal. As such, all papers submitted to CPR are reviewed by at least two experienced and independent peer reviewers, i.e. practitioner/academics in counselling, psychotherapy or relevant disciplines with a particular interest or specialism related to the content of the paper. CPR uses a "double-blind" review process, i.e. identifying information about the author(s) and reviewer(s) are not disclosed to each other. All reviewer comments are sent on anonymously via the Editor.
Peer reviewers are not paid for their work, and undertake reviewing as a purely voluntary activity in supporting new research or researchers. If you are interested in reviewing for CPR, please do contact me, Dr Andrew Reeves (Editor) at email@example.com.
If you have already agreed to review for CPR, the link on this page provides more information about what to consider when approaching the review process. All reviewer comments should be uploaded via ScholarOne Manuscripts (you will have been sent your login details when you agreed to review).
To read the full CPR instructions for authors click here
Visit the Taylor & Francis Author Services website here