Created to keep pace with changes in the psychological fields, the Biennial Review of Counseling Psychology addresses key developments in theory, research, and practice. New areas that have evolved in counseling psychology are discussed, and each chapter is written by current front-runners in the field. The content presented is relevant for science, education and training, public interest and diversity, and professional practice. Unlike academic journals, the contributions to the Biennial Review do not represent spontaneous submissions, but carefully planned and written chapters pursued and researched by the editorial committee. Topics covered include adult psychotherapy, multicultural counseling, college counseling and mental-health services, and psychosocial issues and treatment techniques with recent immigrants. A perfect source for those interested in continuing education, this first volume of the Biennial Review is a significant contribution to the literature and an indicator of the potential of future volumes.