2024

Abstract Group supervision is an extensively used format across many training agencies, yet it has been largely disregarded in theory and research within the supervision literature. In fact, the Guidelines for Clinical Supervision in Health Service Psychology (American Psychological Association, 2015a) mentions group supervision only one time, despite the fact that supervision within a group […]

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May 19, 2024

It was in 2017 when I started to teach English to a group of refugees in the UK and became aware of the immense difficulties they faced in their lives. Many of them openly discussed the dangerous journeys they undertook to arrive in the UK. Several of these individuals had experienced or witnessed their boats […]

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May 19, 2024

Ancient Indian Psychology India, a land steeped in diversity, has a rich heritage encompassing various cultures, religions, beliefs, and traditions. From science, metaphysics, and astronomy to literature, art, and politics, this country has made substantial contributions to human knowledge. Beyond the more well-known domains, ancient Indian psychology stands out. Intricately woven with spirituality and devotion […]

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Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy (Division 29) is happy to announce our 2024 APA Convention program on August 8 to August 10.  All sessions offering CE credits have been reviewed and approved by the American Psychological Association Office for Continuing Education in Psychology (CEP) and the Continuing Education Committee (CEC) to offer CE credits […]

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May 14, 2024

Wilson T.: Hey ChatGPT, write an introductory paragraph for a paper on using artificial intelligence to help write psychotherapy research articles. Write it in the style of the Society for Psychotherapy Research’s newsletter, “Psychotherapy Bulletin.” ChatGPT: In the dynamic realm of psychotherapy research, the emergence of artificial intelligence (AI) as a tool for assisting in […]

The Diversity Research Grant for pre-doctoral candidates was established to foster the promotion of diversity within the Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy (APA Division 29) and within the profession of psychotherapy. The Society may award annually two $2,000 Diversity Research Grants to pre-doctoral candidates (enrolled in a clinical or counseling psychology doctoral program) who […]

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The Diversity Research Grant for early career psychologists was established to foster the promotion of diversity within the Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy (APA Division 29) and within the profession of psychotherapy. The Society may award annually one $1,000 Diversity Research Grant to an early career psychologist (within 10 years of graduation) who is […]

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Apr 17, 2024

Trauma-related symptoms have been observed and documented in veterans of military engagement since the existence of the ancient Greeks. While these symptoms have been identified by a plethora of other names, including shell shock, war neurosis, battle fatigue, and soldier’s heart, it wasn’t until 1980 that these symptoms were formally recognized as post-traumatic stress disorder […]

Division 29 is proud to announce a training on Psychotherapy for Pregnancy Loss: A Relational Perspective Who: Rayna Markin, PhD, Licensed Psychologist, Associate Professor in Counseling, Villanova University When: Friday, May 10th 12:00 PM Eastern US time What: Pregnancy loss is a relatively common event that often leads to long-term and intense psychosocial consequences and […]

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Numerous authors have highlighted the many challenges and stressors experienced by graduate students in clinical and counseling psychology throughout their training (e.g., Harder, 2024; Prakash et al., 2023; Sosoo & Wise, 2021) and that “given the multiple demands and expectations for students in professional psychology programs” some level of stress is an inevitable part of […]