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The Rehabilitation Professional (Rehab Pro) Journal

The Rehabilitation Professional, The Official Journal of the International Association of Rehabilitation Professionals, is known to members simply as RehabPro. Its pages are filled with peer-reviewed research and reports on industry developments. Members look to this authoritative and well-respected publication to maintain a professional edge.

The editor and editorial board welcome submissions for peer review. Research and evidence-based articles are encouraged, as are case studies and real world practice examples. Manuscripts that are double-spaced and adhere to the APA (Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th edition, 2009, style of professional writing can be sent as an email attachment to Matthew E. Sprong, PhD, CRC, CLCP, LCPC, CADC, Editor in Chief, Rehabilitation Professional,, and Associate Editor of Clinical Practice, Heaven Hollender, PhD, CRC at Please consider contributing to this specialty practice by submitting a manuscript.

Any ideas or suggestions for article topics or authors are welcome. Please contact Dr. Sprong by email or phone (815.993.8724) for more information.

Featured Issue: Volume 27 Number 1

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(3) Editorial Comment
Timothy F. Field

(5) Developing Vocational and Life Care Plan Opinions After The People v. Marcos Arturo Sanchez (2016) that do not Rely on Hearsay Evidence: A Recommended Approach
Eugene E. Van de Bittner, Jill A. Moeller, & Susan K. Van de Bittner

(23) Private Sector Rehabilitation Counseling Ethics: Evolution of the 2017 CRCC Code
Rick Robinson & Elizabeth Watson

(35) Strengths, Challenges, Opportunities, and Risks (SCOR©): A Strategic Tool for Business, Personal and Case Analyses
Ann T. Neulicht

(47) Comments on Neulicht's SCOR© Method
Mary Barros-Bailey

(49) Effort Testing in Forensic Vocational Assessment
Jasen M. Walker & Amanda M. Sizemore

(55) Comments on Effort Testing in Forensic Vocational Assessment: An Initial Review
Michelle McBroom Weiss

(56) A Tribute to Dr. Terry L. Blackwell
Timothy F. Field


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