Articles Tagged "international domain"

Introduction To be in supervision for beginner therapists is a nerve-racking experience, which has the capacity to change the life of the trainee. Hyde (2015) describes beginner therapists as intelligent, gifted, and successful individuals who in supervision face scrutiny, which threatens their self-esteem and stirs up anxieties and defenses. She says, “In supervision, we feel […]

The International Domain established two new awards in 2018: (a) Distinguished Award for International Advancement of Psychotherapy, and (b) International Research Grant for Students and Early Career Professionals. The inaugural recipients of these awards are announced elsewhere in this Bulletin with other Society award winners. The second main activity of the domain was our continuation […]

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The landscape of the world is becoming increasingly connected and globalized. It is difficult to exist, even in the United States (U.S.), without hearing about the events happening across the globe: hurricane in Puerto Rico, earthquake in Haiti, war in Syria, mudslides in Sierra Leone, to name a few. Many of us living and practicing […]

Under the leadership of the 2016 presidential trio, Dr. Rodney Goodyear, then Past-President, Dr. Armand Cerbone, then President, and Dr. Jeff Zimmerman, then President-Elect, SAP International Affairs Domain (then International Task Force) pursued an active international agenda. To increase our visibility internationally, SAP became an organizational member of the World Congress for Psychotherapy (WCP). With […]

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With the leadership of Drs. Changming Duan and Rod Goodyear, the International Domain has initiated a partnership with Oriental Insight to promote collaboration in research and training. This partnership will also help recruit more Chinese psychotherapists to become members of SAP. With the generous donation of his Presidential Address time, Dr. Armand Cerbone oversaw the […]

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