Welcome to the website of The Journal of Pastoral Care Publications, Inc.
JPCP Inc is a non-profit corporation registered in the U.S. state of Georgia in 1994. JPCP Inc advances theory and professional practice through scholarly and reflective publications.
JPCP Inc’s primary publication is The Journal of Pastoral Care & Counseling, advancing theory and professional practice through scholarly and reflective literature on pastoral and spiritual care, counseling, psychotherapy, education, and research. JPC&C began in 1947 as The Journal of Pastoral Care.
JPCP Inc also publishes Books and Monographs relevant for Pastoral and Spiritual Care & Counseling, Pastoral Education, and related Research
JPCP Inc is the distributor and advertising agent for The Journal of Pastoral Theology.
Pastoral/Spiritual Care, Counselling/ Psychotherapy & Education Conversation
On August 20, 2013, Terry Bard (JPCP Managing Editor), John Carr (Secretary of the JPCP Inc Board), and Steve Ivy (Interim President of the JPCP Inc Board) had a 50-minute conversation about the shift that has been taking place in Canada and the United States in the practice, and language about that practice, of persons and professional associations that have historic roots in the modern pastoral care and counseling movement. The conversation was digitally recorded, by agreement among the 3 participants, and is posted at YourListen.
Eventually an introductory article will be published in The Journal of Pastoral Care & Counseling. Meantime, a blog has been set up on LinkedIn (CLICK ON THIS LINK) so that colleagues may join in this conversation and in conversations about other articles published in The Journal of Pastoral Care & Counseling.
Sadly we announce the death of Editor Emeritus Orlo C. Strunk on September 24, 2013
Recent New Publications
Oldies but Goodies Reprinted
Previously Published Book Update
Head and Heart (first published in 1992) is currently being updated. Watch here for the publication date.
Contact Office@JPCP.org for editorial and advertizing information