Articles published in the International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling (IJAC) from 2000–2019 were analyzed for article content (e.g., research methodology, participants, research design, statistics used, reports of effect size) and author characteristics (e.g., gender, work setting, country of domicile, leading contributors) to determine trends in these characteristics over time. IJAC publishes more articles annually than any other counselling journal except the Journal of Counselling & Development. Kok-Mun Ng was the leading contributor scholar, and the University of British Columbia was the leading institutional contributor. Authors from the United States contributed more articles to IJAC than authors from the rest of the world. Fewer nonuniversity authors are publishing in IJAC now than 20 years ago. At the same time, more research-based articles are being published, at a rate of 68.3% from 2010–2019.