Articles Tagged "psychotherapy bulletin"

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Jan 5, 2023

Psychotherapy involves talk, regardless of theoretical foundations. Therapist and client(s) engage in verbal, non-verbal, and paraverbal exchanges to communicate about their experiences and co-create meanings of the experiences. The exchanges between two or more people can be so powerful that they can facilitate clients’ desired changes. The beauty and science of the therapeutic conversation has […]

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Jan 5, 2023

“Blue Sky” Thinking – Emerging Trends, Priorities, and Opportunities: The National Academy of Medicine (NAM) released its Special Publication Priorities on the Health Horizon: Informing PCORI’s Strategic Plan in 2021. The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) was established as a component of President Obama’s Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act with the mission of identifying […]

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Individuals from minoritized backgrounds often lack access to adequate evidence-based care. Many are reluctant to seek professional psychological help (Cook et al., 2017), and those who do are more likely to drop out of treatment prematurely (Mowbray et al., 2018).  The underutilization of mental health treatment is in part due to higher stigma of mental […]

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Jan 5, 2023

In discussing the training of surgeons Campbell wrote, “In the classical training program we have taught how to perform surgery, but we have not taught how to live life as a surgeon” (2001, p. 702). How well have we taught our psychology students to live life as a psychologist? Ideally, our students will learn to […]

Long wait lists for mental health treatment are a major barrier to accessing care and have been associated with symptom worsening and dropout. Despite this, individuals who are waiting for treatment represent a unique opportunity for intervention as they have already overcome significant barriers (e.g., stigma) that are involved in reaching out to mental health […]

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Jan 5, 2023

Dear Division 29 and SAP Membership, My apologies for the delay in the publication of the December 2022 issue of the Psychotherapy Bulletin. Many of this year’s written contributions, including some in this very issue, have focused on the practice of self-care among psychologists and trainees. This November, I was faced with significant stress related […]

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We live in an era that has been inescapably shaped by the COVID-19 global pandemic. Indeed, the anxiety and depressive symptoms of Americans rose by over 25% through the pandemic (CDC, 2022). While telehealth surged during the pandemic, there continue to be challenges for many individuals and families regarding the affordability of mental health care. […]

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Jan 4, 2023

My time as President of SAP (D29) is rapidly coming to an end, and I have enjoyed most of it, especially having the opportunity to hang out with so many wonderful people and have some tiny influence on leading this great and highly motivated group of people. I particularly want to give a shout out […]

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Mathilda B. Canter Education and Training Student Paper Award Winner Jolin Yamin is a clinical psychology doctoral candidate at Wayne State University in Detroit, MI. She recently finished her doctoral internship at University of Chicago Medicine and will soon begin her post-doctoral fellowship at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Her research interests include studying interventions […]

Community-based participatory research (CBPR) is a scientific approach that involves engaging key stakeholders in the research process. CBPR enhances access, engagement, and responsiveness to behavioral health programming, especially for underserved or specialized populations with unique cultures and needs. The unique stressors associated with the deployment cycle (DeVoe & Ross, 2012) and the nuances of military […]