Articles Tagged "editor’s column"

“Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.” – Martin Luther King, Jr. The past 6 months of the pandemic have flown by and now, each of us, in our respective roles, is bracing for the fall. Systems are adapting to what has become the new normal and while […]

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“In the space between chaos and shape, there was another chance.” – Jeanette Winterson To say that the current climate is characterized as chaotic and challenging is an understatement. As we disseminate this issue, we reflect on the many Division 29 and SAP Members whose personal and professional selves are impacted by COVID 19 and […]

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Goodbye, as they say, is the price we pay for hello, and it is with profound thankfulness and affection that I write this, my final column as Editor for Psychotherapy Bulletin. I have been tremendously fortunate to have worked with such an amazing and supportive group of folks over the past nine years, including Dr. […]

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Greetings Division 29 and SAP Membership! Happy 2020! Along with the start of the new year has come a shift in the team that will lead the charge in the production of the Psychotherapy Bulletin. Thank you to Lynett and Cara for their outstanding service to the Division in their editorial capacities, to Tracey for […]

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This is bittersweet to write, as it is the penultimate Editors’ Column of my tenure with Psychotherapy Bulletin. In the words of Laurie Heatherington, Chair of the Publications and Communications Board: After the successful search last year for the editorship of Psychotherapy, we turned to searches for the Psychotherapy Bulletin Editor and the Web and […]

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Welcome to another issue of Psychotherapy Bulletin! Inside, you will find articles from a range of perspectives, including those of students, early- and mid-career professionals, and a follow-up article regarding retirement myths from Dr. Tom Barrett.  We are pleased to offer three articles on this year’s Special Focus, “Self-care Across the Lifespan” (and please note […]

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We hope your 2019 is going well so far! Inside this issue of Psychotherapy Bulletin you will find a variety of articles on topics ranging from this year’s Special Focus—Self-care Across the Lifespan—to the future of psychotherapy research to transitioning into integrated primary care. There is even a bit of Psychotherapy Practice-related poetry, in the […]

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As the year draws to a close, we are pleased to bring you the final Psychotherapy Bulletin for 2018. This issue has a little something for everyone, from Education and Training pieces looking at the professional development of trainees in supervision and the climate of clinical training, to considering the implications of diagnosis and assessment […]

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Welcome to the penultimate issue of Psychotherapy Bulletin for 2018! As you will see in this issue, the Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy was well represented at the APA Convention in San Francisco this year, and we enjoyed seeing many of you there. Make sure to read SAP President Mike Constantino’s Column for Convention […]

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We hope this issues finds our readership well, and winding up summer activities/beginning to look toward Fall. In this issue, we have two Special Features you won’t want to miss. First, an interview with Dr. Marvin Goldfried, 2018 APA/APF Gold Medal Award for Life Achievement in the Application of Psychology, by Nicholas Morrison, Chair of […]

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