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When I was in graduate school, the Scientist-Practitioner Model was every clinical psychologist’s ideal. We were trained to appreciate, understand, and actually do research following the lines of the Boulder Model (1949 Conference). In 1973, a new clinical psychology training model was proposed at the Vail Conference on Professional Training in Psychology. The Practitioner-Scholar model […]

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Hello Division Members: As I contemplate the transition to President next month (which, to be honest, is a little overwhelming), I would like to briefly remind you about our convention theme and my primary presidential initiative for my upcoming (2019) presidential year. I am pleased to announce the Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy theme […]

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To follow through on the horse racing analogy that I introduced in my second President’s column, we are now entering the stretch run of a productive and celebratory year for our Society. So, for one last time in “print”—happy 50th birthday, Division 29! And here’s to the start of our next 50 years, which, when […]

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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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Dear Members of Division 29 (Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy), I am pleased to announce that upon recommendation of the Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy Publications and Communications Board, with the concurrence of the President and Executive Committee, the Society’s Board of Directors has ratified the appointment of Dr. Jesse J. Owen to […]

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SOCIETY MEMBERS! The Apportionment Ballot will be arriving soon from APA.  This is your chance to make Division 29’s voice heard in the APA Council of Representatives—APA’s governing body. YOU NEED TO TAKE ACTION!   Why? The Council makes decisions about policy, about APA’s stance on issues, and about the Association’s finances.  It is essential […]

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Proposed Changes to the Society’s Bylaws Membership Vote 11/9/2018 to 12/9/2018 Overview The Division 29 Board of Directors (BOD) unanimously recommends three distinct amendments to the bylaws of the Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy (The Society), as outlined on the ballot below. The Society’s bylaws were last revised in April 2016. If you are […]

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All student members in good standing with the Society are eligible and encouraged to vote for their next Student Representative. Student members of the Society will have until November 30th to cast their ballots. VOTE HERE Carly Schwartzman University at Albany, SUNY Carly M. Schwartzman is a third-year clinical psychology doctoral student at the University […]

Professor Jeremy D. Safran, a teacher, clinical psychologist, psychoanalyst, and psychotherapy researcher, was fatally attacked by an intruder in his Brooklyn home on the evening of May 7, 2018. He had just turned 66. The news of his brutal murder sent shock waves throughout the many local and international academic communities of which he was […]

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Dear SAP (Division 29) Colleague: The Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy (APA Division of Psychotherapy, 29) seeks nominations of creative individuals and great leaders! We would like both new and experienced voices to advance our increasingly important work on behalf of psychotherapy.  The SAP Board encourages candidates from diverse backgrounds to seek nomination. NOMINATE […]

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