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Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) represents a standard of practice as clinicians seek increasingly effective ways to provide therapeutic services to their clients. Comprised of three main approaches, EBP seeks to apply a structured, systematic approach to the provision of therapy through the use of empirically supported treatments, practice guidelines, and practice based evidence (Burlingame & Beecher, […]

Dear Members of Division 29 (Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy), I am writing in my role as the Society’s Past-President and Chair of the Committee on Professional Awards to remind you of the current calls for nominations for our seven professional awards: 1.     American Psychological Foundation/Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy Early […]

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We are currently living in a time of epidemic loneliness. For gender and sexual minority individuals – those who do not identify as heterosexual or cisgender – the deleterious effects of loneliness and exclusion are amplified by societal bias. This is expressed at the highest level with a harmful effect when government actions specifically target […]