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Praxis & Paradigms of Wellness: Creativity and Counseling in Schools

Series editor: Ian P. Levy, Manhattan College

This book series seeks to present a holistic account of counseling services in schools. Books in this series aim to narrow the gap between theory and practice by soliciting books from all stakeholders within a comprehensive school counseling program. This includes but is not limited to: counselor educators, graduate students, school counselors, school psychologists, school social workers, teachers, administrators, parents, students, school staff, community leaders, and community agencies. This series will contain edited volumes, monograms, curriculum, and manuals expressly focused on how creativity and counseling in schools support students’ academic, personal/social, and career development. In essence, educators, students, parents, community members, and academics are given opportunities to understand the wide range of counseling services required to support all youth equitably. 


While this is not an exhaustive list, prospective authors are invited to submit books in the following content areas:


·     Youth Empowerment

·     Social Activism & Systemic Change

·     LGBTQ Issues

·     Identity Development

·     Gender and Race Studies

·     Weight and Eating Disorders

·     Mental Health Disparities

·     Music and the Arts

·     Career and College Readiness

·     Leadership

·     Measurements and Assessments

·     Pedagogy

·     Group Counseling



For inquiries please contact the series editor, Dr. Ian P. Levy at

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