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Jun 21, 2015

Opportunities for Members Abound as SAP Goes Global The Society has taken important steps to position us for a significantly broadened global membership and the enriched understandings of psychotherapy that this will afford. In particular: I hope all of you have noticed that our webpage has been completely redesigned, with content that is constantly fresh, […]

Join us for a webinar on July 1st, 2015 12:00 PM EDT Link to register:  https://goo.gl/IQmbY5 Mental health clinicians foster health in our clients wherever they are in the process, and we need the correct tools to help us do that. With the expansion of the HIPAA and HITECH laws as well as greater adoption of […]

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Abstract The aim of this study is to explore the relationship between level of personality organization and type of personality disorder as assessed with the categories in the Psychodynamic Diagnostic Manual (PDM; PDM Task Force, 2006) and the emotional responses of treating clinicians. We asked 148 Italian clinicians to assess 1 of their adult patients […]

We used to think things would only get easier after graduate school. To even be considered for doctoral study required perfection: astronomical GRE scores, great field experiences, and evidence of research potential. The pace only picked up during graduate training. We now needed to earn top grades in each and every domain of psychology, become […]

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The Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy has selected the Most Valuable Paper published in Psychotherapy in 2014!   Expanding the Lens of Evidence-Based Practice in Psychotherapy: A Common Factors Perspective By Drs. Kevin M. Laska, Alan S. Gurman and Bruce E. Wampold Abstract In this article, we examine the science and policy implications of the common factors perspective […]

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