Education & Training
Advancing opportunities for education and training among current and future
psychotherapy practitioners, supervisors, teachers, and researchers.
Within the Division’s organizational structure, the Education and Training Domain is home to the
- Education and Training Committee (Chair: Stewart Cooper),
- Continuing Education Committee (Chair: Tony Rousmaniere), and
- Student Development Committee (Chair: Maria Lauer).
Across these committees, the Education and Training domain works to enhance psychotherapy education by promoting dialogue about how to optimally implement and assess psychotherapy teaching and learning, identifying relevant priorities, and disseminating content on emerging ideas and trends.
To that end, the domain provides regular articles in Psychotherapy Bulletin as well as additional information and opportunity for enrichment via the APA Division 29 website.
Students should be sure to visit the Student Portal to get familiar with resources available and advise us of additional content you may need.
For those already in the workforce, please be sure to regularly visit the SAP homepage for announcements regarding continuing education webinars and other events.
Click on Read More above to check out our Resource Toolkit.
Jennifer L. Callahan, Ph.D. ABPP
Jennifer L. Callahan earned her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, completed her internship and postdoctoral training at Yale University, and holds board certification in Clinical Psychology. She is currently Associate Professor and Director of Clinical Training for the Clinical Psychology program at the University of North Texas (Denton TX) where she directs the Evidence-based Training and Competencies Research Lab.
She is the incoming Editor for the Journal of Psychotherapy Integration and serves as an Editorial Board member for Psychotherapy as well as Training and Education in Professional Psychology.
Evidence-Based Therapy Relationships
An Excel file file available for download provides a structure for incorporating clinical outcomes in supervision to teach trainees how to examine their overall aggregate outcomes. (Please see Swift, Callahan, Rousmaniere, Whipple, Dexter & Wrape (in press) for further description, or email Dr. Rousmaniere directly.
From the Education & Training Domain