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Sep 3, 2017

After reading the recent Hoffman report (Hoffman et al., 2015), I found myself wondering how respected individuals in my field could participate (even indirectly) in such horrific acts. As an intern who is soon to be an early career psychologist, I considered that, while there are many complex factors at the heart of any man-made […]

The Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy (APA Division 29) is pleased to announce that it will sponsor three $200 student scholarships to attend: An Introduction to Dyadic Data Analysis in Psychotherapy Research A North American Society for Psychotherapy Research (NASPR) Science-to-Practice Workshop October 28th, 2017 Lake George, NY 9:00am to 4:00pm Given the Society's close connection […]

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Introduction No matter the perceived preparedness, there is no way to predict the transitional stress that ensues when beginning a postbaccalaureate education. As third-year graduate students in a doctoral level program, it was not long ago that we first encountered the multiple stressors of managing school responsibilities and financial obligations while ensuring time for social […]