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In 2014, we redesigned our website to be interactive, engaging, and user friendly. With the redesign, we also began cultivating more and more exclusive web-only content. We could not have anticipated the overwhelming interest in our web-only content, which often solicits authors to write companion pieces to works they have published in our Psychotherapy journal […]

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Communication With the General Public If you were to meet me at a party, you might be forgiven for thinking that I am being purposefully rather vague about what I do for a living. When people ask me, I tend to answer with something like: “. . . I am a psychotherapist.” After the usual […]

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From October 17th through the 20th I had the opportunity to represent Division 29 at the American Psychological Association Education Leadership Conference in Washington, DC. The focus of the conference this year was Translating Psychological Science to Educational Practice, Policy, and the Public. There were many wonderful speakers who talked about using psychological principles as […]

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