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Check here for the latest Society news and alerts, as well as, for updates related to the development and advancement of clinical child and adolescent psychology. Check this section often for new material that has been added to the Society’s website.

Stigma and Mental Health: Youth with Men...

Stigma is still rampant with respect to mental disorders in general, but what can we do to reduce shame, silence, and stigma related to autism, ADHD, learning disorders, and other neurodevelopmental conditions? Following up on the February webinar on stigma in general, this session will focus on the sometimes paradoxical stigma related to neurodevelopmental disorders and explore means of stigma reduction.

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Career Spotlight: Michelle E. Roley-Robe...

Michelle E. Roley-Roberts, Ph.D. What is your current occupation? Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry at Creighton University/CHI Health  What do you do? / Describe your role 50% research, 50% clinical and teaching. In addition to starting my own research lab, I mentor psychiatry residents and fellows on their Quality Improvement projects, helping them to design […]

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Single-Session Interventions for Youth M...

We invite you to our webinar Single-Session Interventions for Youth Mental Health Problems on Thursday, March 26, 2020, from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm Eastern. Our speaker is Jessica Schleider, PhD, Assistant Professor and founder and director for the Lab for Scalable Mental Health Stony Brook University. Our moderator is Jill Ehrenreich-May, PhD, University of […]

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Recipients of the Inaugural Child Mental...

The SCCAP Board of Directors is very pleased to announce the recipients of the inaugural Child Mental Health in Action Awards. We were excited to receive many applications that proposed diverse ways of improving child and adolescent mental health and that were well-aligned with the SCCAP mission to support the development and advancement of clinical […]

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SCCAP 2020 APA Student Travel Award

The Student Advisory Board for the Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology is pleased to invite applications for Student Travel Awards to attend the annual APA conference. Three $750 travel awards are available to support student travel to attend the APA conference.

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Stigma and Mental Health: What Is It, an...

We invite you to our webinar Stigma and Mental Health: What Is It, and What Are the Implications? on Tuesday, February 4, 2020, from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm Eastern. Our speaker is Stephen Hinshaw, PhD, Professor of Psychology at UC Berkeley and Professor of Psychiatry at UC San Francisco. Our moderator is Jessica Borelli, […]

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New InBalance Newsletter Posted

InBalance is published three times a year and offers topical features, news of interest, and important policy-related information. Recent issues have focused on board certification, multidimensional family therapy, and evidence-based treatments. To view the latest issue, Click Here

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Recording Available: “But will this th...

Recording Available

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Career Spotlight: Beth Trammell, Ph.D.

Beth Trammell, Ph.D. What is your current occupation? Director, MA in Mental Health Counseling Program; Associate Professor of Psychology, Indiana University East What do you do? / Describe your role I am a faculty member and director of a collaborative MA in Mental Health Counseling program. I work (and have worked) in private practice with […]

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R. Bob Smith, III, Ph.D., Excellence in ...

The Society for Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology (SCCAP) will annually present the Bob Smith Psychological Assessment Award to an individual, or organization that has made a major contribution to the field of psychological assessment broadly defined.

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Candidates are sought for positions on t...

SCCAP is seeking nominations for three board positions. Candidates must have a strong commitment to the SCCAP mission and have the available time to successfully accomplish the tasks defined for the specific position.

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“But will this therapy benefit me?”:...

This webinar will focus on patient-centered approaches to making research findings accessible to non-research audiences including therapy clients.

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