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Appointment/Election: Katherine Hertlein
Katherine M. Hertlein (Marriage and Family Therapy) has been appointed editor-In-chief of the Journal of Couple and Relationship Therapy. The journal has been dedicated to the interests of adult couple relationships through its rigorous research articles, treatment articles, theoretical pieces, and diverse perspectives expressed in other formats. It is a premier outlet for giving voice to contemporary issues in couples where current ideologies are explored, challenged, and resolved. The Journal of Couple and Relationship Therapy strives to be the expert resource for academic and professional consumers who conduct assessment of, provide education to, and intervene with today’s couples. Hertlein will begin this role in January 2018. This is the first time a journal has been housed in UNLV’s MFT program.
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