Articles Tagged "APA"

It is an honor to be President-Elect for the Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy. The goal of this column is to share my four Presidential Initiatives for 2025 and ask you to collaborate with me to co-create their fulfillment. I hope you will share my excitement about them, as they have the capacity to […]

About the event In this 1 hour webinar Jordan Harris Ph.D, LMFT-s, LPC-s will provide you with an overview of the Numerapy framework for launching a private practice. The Numerapy framework strategically guides practitioners through four essential stages: Find Me stage, Call Me stage, Book Me stage, and finally Keep Me stage. Beginning with optimizing online visibility to attract […]

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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 […]

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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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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I am writing to you today about the 2024 SAP elections, which are soon approaching, to announce our 2024 SAP candidates! Voting begins April 15th. You will receive your ballot via email, from APA. Please be on the lookout at that time. In the meantime, please review the candidates’ statements here! Thanks to our SAP leaders who have agreed to run for positions and to contribute their time […]

Changming Duan, PhD I feel truly humbled to be nominated to run for election for Member-at-Large: Diversity of Division 29 – Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy (SAP). SAP is an outstanding community that has not only provided me and its members a welcoming professional home, judicious intellectual guidance, and strong collegial support, but also […]

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Jairo Fuertes, PhD Dear colleagues, it would be a privilege to serve Division 29 as the Membership Domain Representative.  I have served D29 in the past as the Diversity Domain Rep and as Chair of the Education and Training Committee.  As a psychotherapy researcher and clinician, D29 is my academic home, it is a place […]

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 Erica Marshall-Lee, PhD, ABPP, ABSMIP It is an honor to submit my candidate statement for Domain Representative for Education and Training.  I am an Associate Professor at Emory University School of Medicine and board certified clinical psychologist. I have a long standing commitment to providing recovery-oriented and culturally responsive services to individuals experiencing severe and […]

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Amy Ellis, PhD It is a privilege to be nominated for Psychotherapy Practice Domain Representative for the Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy (SfAP). My role within SfAP has evolved over time – initially as the Associate Editor of the Website, and later nominated for Editor of the Website. I have come full circle and […]

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