The Publications & Communications Board of the Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy (SAP) is seeking nominations (including self-nominations) for the position of Editor of the Psychotherapy Bulletin. Candidates should be available to assume the position of Editor on January 1, 2020, for a three-year term. During the first year of the term, the incoming Editor will work with the incumbent Editor.
The Psychotherapy Bulletin is an official publication of the Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy (SAP). It serves as the primary communication with SAP members and publishes archival material and official notices from the division. The Bulletin also serves as an outlet for timely information and for discussions on theory, practice, training, and research in psychotherapy.
- Be a member or fellow of APA Division 29/SAP
- An earned doctoral degree in psychology
- Support the mission of the SAP
The Editor of the Psychotherapy Bulletin is responsible for its content and production. The Editor maintains regular communication with the Society’s Central Office, Board of Directors, and contributing Editors. The Editor is responsible for managing the page ceiling and for providing reports to the Publications & Communications Board as requested. The Editor must be a conscientious manager, determine budgets, and administer funds for his or her office. As an ex officio member of the Publications & Communications Board, the Editor attends the scheduled meetings and conference calls of the Society’s Publications Board. An Editorial term is three years. The honorarium is $2,000 per year.
The Editor of the Psychotherapy Bulletin reports to the Society’s Board of Directors through the Publications and Communications Board.
The search committee is comprised of the voting members of the SAP’s Publications & Communications Board.
To be considered for the position, please send a letter of interest and a copy of your curriculum vitae no later than April 10, 2019, to the Search Committee Chair: Laurie Heatherington, Ph.D., Publications & Communications Board Chair, email@example.com. Inquiries about the search should be addressed to Laurie Heatherington and inquires about the work of the Bulletin Editor may be addressed to her or to the incumbent Editor, Lynett Henderson Metzger, Psy.D, Lynett.HendersonMetzger@du.edu