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News Flash: Satir International Journal Discontinued

News Flash: Satir International Journal Discontinued

Satir International Journal Discontinued

Sadly, the Satir International Journal will be discontinued at this time.
The Satir International Journal first edition was published in 2013. Jesse Carlock worked with Steve Bentheim in the creation and publication of the journal. Upon Steve’s death, she became the editor and produced the journal for the past 5 years.

Upon Jesse’s decision to retire in late 2017, we began the search for a new editor. A number of candidates were identified, interviewed and considered. Several of the candidates were interested in helping with the journal, although they were not fully prepared to become the editor. We were unable to identify a person who could take on the Editor duties.

Over the years, several organizations and many individuals have supported the journal in various ways such as writing articles, editing, and translating, publishing the e-journal and providing support. We appreciate The Virginia Satir Global Network and the Satir Institute of the Pacific who worked together with the Satir International Journal to promote research, development, teaching and practice of the Satir Model in both the academic and practitioner community worldwide through the publication of material related to the Satir Model. To each individual who supported the journal and Jesse, we express our appreciation for their volunteered time, contributions and support. We also appreciate the University of Victoria School of Social Work for publishing the journal in electronic format in their library of journals. Most of all, we appreciate Jesse for her dedication to furthering Virginia’s model, her ability to find authors willing to write for the journal, her editing & publishing skills, and the many, many hours and years she volunteered her time, energy and enthusiasm to produce the journal.

We are forever grateful for the great gift of the Satir International Journal to furthering the Satir Model globally.

Eileen Strider, Chair of the Search Committee