2022 • July

Jul 31, 2022

Effective psychotherapies, including treatments for suicidal patients, rely heavily on relationship skills for their success (Norcross & Lambert, 2018). Unfortunately, many suicidal patients have reported that their providers have not always displayed those essential relationship qualities (e.g., Blanchard & Farber, 2020; Hom et al., 2020; Hom et al., 2021; Richards et al., 2019a; Richards et […]

Research has shown that digital therapeutics (DTx) platforms using tools derived from therapies like Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) promote clinical change (Brown et al., 2020).  Decades of research also demonstrate the importance of social supports and well as the relationship with the therapist in psychotherapy outcomes (Barker & Pistrang,  2002; Lindfors et al., 2019; Wampold […]

Thursday, August 4th, 2022 Symposium 2.0: Cultural Humility, Comfort, and Opportunities in Practice and Supervision Time: 9:00–9:50am Location: Minneapolis Convention Center, Level Two, Room 200C Divisions: 29, 17 Chair: Theodore T. Bartholomew, PhD, Scripps College Participants: Stephanie Winkeljohn-Black, PhD, Augusta University, Melanie M. Wilcox, PhD. Multicultural Orientation in Cross-Racial Clinical Supervision Jeremy Coleman, PhD, University […]