(Formerly the Journal of Child and Youth Care)
Relational Child & Youth Care Practice is published four times annually.
Select issues from this box:
Managing Editor: Carol Stuart, Vancouver Island University
Senior Editor: Thom Garfat, Transformaction, Quebec
Editor: Grant Charles, School of Social Work, University of British Columbia
Founding Editor: Gerry Fewster
Mark Krueger, Director, Child & Youth Care Learning Center, University of Wisconsin, Millwaukee, U.S.A.
Leon Fulcher, Transformaction International, New Zealand
Brian Gannon, Co-Editor, The International Child and Youth Care Network (CYC-Net), Cape Town, South Africa
Karen VanderVen, Professor of Applied Developmental Psychology, School of Education, University of Pittsburgh, U.S.A.
Adrian Ward, Senior Clinical Lecturer in Social Work, Tavistock Clinic, London, UK.
Sibylle Artz, School of Child and Youth Care, University of Victoria, British Columbia
Ernie Hilton, Homebridge Youth Society, Halifax, Nova Scotia
Heather Modlin, Key Assets, St Johns, Newfoundland
Penny Parry, Private Practitioner and Consultant, Vancouver, British Columbia
Jack Phelan, Co-Chair, Child and Youth Care Program, Grant MacEwan University, Edmonton, Alberta
Jennifer White, School of Child and Youth Care, University of Victoria, British Columbia
Garth Goodwin, Child and Youth Care Practitioner, Manitoba
Donna Jamieson, Child and Youth Care Program, Grant MacEwan University, Edmonton, Alberta
Thom Garfat, TransformAction and CYC-Net, Montreal, Quebec
Carol Stuart, Health and Human Services, Vancouver Island University, Nanaimo, British Columbia
Jack Phelan, Book Review Editor, Grant MacEwan University, Edmonton, Alberta
Liz Laidlaw, Nanaimo, British Columbia
Andrea Fournier and Jessica Sauve-Griffin, Ottawa, Ontario
Mr. Owl, Forestland, Alberta
All correspondence should be addressed to:
Relational Child & Youth Care Practice,
c/o Health and Human Services, Vancouver Island University.
900 Fifth St., Building 180
Nanaimo, BC V9R 5S5
Information for Authors
Relational Child & Youth Care Practice welcomes the submission of manuscripts on all aspects of relating to children and young people. While particular attention will be given to material that explores the interpersonal dynamics of professional practice, consideration will also be given to all submissions that assume a relational perspective. This might include topics such as cultural values, ethics, social policy, program design, supervision, education, training etc. Each issue may include: refereed articles that comply with acceptable ‘academic’ standards; submissions contributed by regular and guest columnists; short pieces that describe particular relational experiences and reflections; poetry; artwork and photographs.
Material should be submitted by email to email@example.com in standard word processing format (such as MS Word or rich text format). Formal articles should not exceed 20 pages in length and should include an abstract of approximately 100 words. This material should conform to the guidelines set out in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association Sixth edition, 2010). References must be included with all article submissions. Author-date citations should be used within the text and a double-spaced reference section should accompany each article. In all submissions, authorship details, including brief biographies and digital photographs, should be included.
Although no article or submission will be rejected purely for stylistic reasons, the editors reserve the right to return any manuscript for additional work. Authors requiring editorial assistance in this regard should indicate their request in a covering letter.
Originality of material is the responsibility of the primary author. Previously published material must be identified as such and will be published only where the necessary permission has been granted from the original source.