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As the year draws to a close, we are pleased to bring you the final Psychotherapy Bulletin for 2018. This issue has a little something for everyone, from Education and Training pieces looking at the professional development of trainees in supervision and the climate of clinical training, to considering the implications of diagnosis and assessment […]

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Welcome to the penultimate issue of Psychotherapy Bulletin for 2018! As you will see in this issue, the Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy was well represented at the APA Convention in San Francisco this year, and we enjoyed seeing many of you there. Make sure to read SAP President Mike Constantino’s Column for Convention […]

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We hope this issues finds our readership well, and winding up summer activities/beginning to look toward Fall. In this issue, we have two Special Features you won’t want to miss. First, an interview with Dr. Marvin Goldfried, 2018 APA/APF Gold Medal Award for Life Achievement in the Application of Psychology, by Nicholas Morrison, Chair of […]

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It’s the year 2068 and a client is seeking therapy. What will this process look like? What will psychotherapy look like? Will it be completely unrecognizable? As I reflect on the future of psychotherapy, I feel simultaneously exhilarated and terrified about the future of our field. Will people continue to seek therapy through internet research, […]

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Happy Spring, and welcome to the first issue of Psychotherapy Bulletin for 2018! We would like first thank outgoing Editorial Assistant Dr. Elizabeth Coyle for her excellent service to the Bulletin, and to welcome new Editorial Assistant, Cory Marchi, MA. We would like to wish an especially warm welcome our new Domain Chairs, Representatives, officers, […]

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Welcome to the final issue of Psychotherapy Bulletin for 2017. This is a rich issue, and includes the final pieces in our “Difficult Dialogue” series, on powerful topics ranging from microaggressions in psychotherapy to self care and the difficulty of saying “no” to navigating politics in therapy sessions to responding to genocide; make sure and […]

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Over the summer, I attended the American Psychological Association Annual Convention. There, I listened with enthusiasm to a talk by Dr. David Rivera entitled Perspectives and Strategies for Addressing Resistance in Multicultural Psychology Courses. During this talk, Dr. Rivera made the point that perhaps in approaching interactions around multiculturalism, our field should replace the commonly […]

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Welcome to Fall, and to the first online-exclusive issue of Psychotherapy Bulletin! We hope you enjoy this issue, which offers a variety of articles on topics ranging from emotional closeness in Arab American families to utilizing online media effectively as mental health practitioners to identifying eating disorders in Latina clients in the United States. We […]

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Welcome to the last printed issue of Psychotherapy Bulletin! We are delighted to offer you a selection of articles focused on practice, research, education, and training, including three contributions in keeping with our continuing “difficult dialogues” theme. In this issue, authors explore the challenges and rewards of revealing diagnoses or sharing research with clients, practicing […]

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We are well into 2017, and Lynett and Cara are pleased to welcome you to the first issue of Psychotherapy Bulletin. We would also like to welcome our new members of Governance and say thank you, again, to those who have served us so well. Lynett would like to particularly thank Dr. Jennifer Erickson Cornish […]

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