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Psychotherapy Bulletin

Published four times each year (spring, summer, fall, winter), Psychotherapy Bulletin is designed to:

  1. inform the membership of Division 29 about relevant events, awards, and professional opportunities;
  2. provide article and commentary regrading the range of issues that are of interest to psychotherapy theorists, researchers, practitioners, and trainers;
  3. establish a forum for students and new members to offer their contributions; and
  4. facilitate opportunities for dialogue and collaboration among the diverse members of our Society.

Call for Articles

Contributors are invited to send articles (up to 2,500 words), interviews, commentaries, letters to the editor, and announcements to Lynett Henderson Metzger, JD, PsyD, Editor, Psychotherapy Bulletin.

All submissions for Psychotherapy Bulletin should be sent electronically to Lynett.HendersonMetzger@du.edu

Please ensure that articles conform to APA Publication style.

Formatting

  • Format should be block style with one space between paragraphs.  No indented paragraphs.
  • Single spaced
  • No page numbering
  • No headers or footers, unless footnotes
  • References should be single spaced, in approved APA-style format
  • Photos should be submitted as separate JPEG, TIFF, GIFF, or BITMAP files, not imbedded in other documents.

Deadlines for submission are as follows:

  • Winter (#1) Issue: February 1st
  • Spring (#2) Issue: May 1st
  • Summer (#3) Issue: August 1st
  • Fall (#4) Issue: November 1st

Other inquiries regarding Psychotherapy Bulletin (e.g., advertising) or the Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy should be directed to:

Tracey Martin
Division 29 Central Office
6557 E. Riverdale St., Mesa, Arizona 85215
e: assnmgmt1@cox.net
v: 602-363-9211


Psychotherapy Bulletin Editor:

Lynett Henderson Metzger

Background

Dr. Lynett Henderson Metzger

Lynett Henderson Metzger, JD, PsyD, earned her Juris Doctor from the University of Denver’s Sturm College of Law in 1997 and her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from DU’s Graduate School of Professional Psychology in 2003, where she is currently a Clinical Associate Professor.

More About Dr. Henderson Metzger

In addition to serving as Editor for the Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy’s newsletter, Psychotherapy Bulletin, Dr. Henderson Metzger is a faculty member at University of Denver’s Graduate School of Professional Psychology. She draws on her background in law and mental health to teach a variety of courses in the Forensic Psychology, International Disaster Psychology, and Clinical Psychology programs. Her areas of interest include professional education and training, diversity and social justice, and victim advocacy.