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As one of Michael Constantino’s past-presidential initiatives, Division 29 held its second Student Poster Award competition at the 2019 APA Convention. The Division awarded a $500 prize to the most meritorious poster in each of its two poster sessions. As a first step, a committee reviewed and rated all student-authored poster abstracts that were accepted for presentation at Convention. […]

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The Board of Directors of the Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy (Division 29) has endorsed two candidates equally for President-elect of the American Psychological Association, Jean Liu Chin and Jennifer Kelly.  In the Board’s estimation, both candidates have demonstrated a clear and noteworthy record of commitment to advancing psychotherapy in education and training, research, […]

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The Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy is pleased to announce the results of the 2019 Division elections. The candidates elected are as follows: President-Elect:   Gary R. VandenBos, PhD Diversity Domain Representative: Susan S. Woodhouse, PhD Early Career Domain Representative: Beatriz Palma, PhD Science and Scholarship Domain Representative: Patricia T. Spangler, PhD Division Representative to APA […]

American Psychological Association – Division 29 Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy – Inaugural Jeremy Safran Memorial outstanding poster award, to Brin Grenyer, Kate Lewis, Mahnaz Fanaian, Beth Kotze and Project Air Team “Integrative psychotherapy for personality disorder: A stepped care randomised controlled trial” presented by Nancy Murdock APA Div 29 President at the 35th Society […]

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Please join us as we honor the 2019 Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy Award Winners!  Our 2019 Awards Ceremony is scheduled for Friday, August 9th , 4:00 pm. Marriott Marquis Chicago Hotel Grand Horizon Ballroom G, during the APA Convention in Chicago, Illinois Armand Cerbone, PhD – 2019 Award Distinguished Psychologist Award Dr. Armand […]

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It has been said that a good psychotherapist is empathic, wise, supportive, collaborative, and knowledgeable.  Abraham W. Wolf, Ph.D., was all of that as a therapist because that’s who he was as a person.  Abe cared deeply, and it showed.  He cared about his patients.  He cared about his family.  He cared about his friends […]

Thursday, August 8th, 2019 Symposium: Contextual Trauma Therapy for Clients With Complex Trauma—Skill-Building Using a Video Recording (Session ID: 280) Time: 8:00am-9:50am Co-Chairs: Amy Ellis, Ph.D. & Steven N. Gold, Ph.D. Participants: Nathan R. Daly, M.S, Amy Ellis, Ph.D.; & Bryan Reuther, Psy.D. Discussant: Laura S. Brown, Ph.D. Location: McCormick Place, Room W175c Symposium: Effective Psychotherapy […]

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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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Marilyn Cornish, PhD Education and Training Domain Representative It is an honor to begin my 3-year term as Domain Representative for Education and Training for the Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy. I am writing this introductory message on my way to my first Board meeting for the Society, feeling energized by the knowledge that […]

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