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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.
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.
This webinar will focus on patient-centered approaches to making research findings accessible to non-research audiences including therapy clients.
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The webinar will present assessment tools designed to identify people’s problems and strengths, to provide baselines against which to measure change, and to evaluate progress and outcomes.
SCCAP Poster Award winners are selected from those submitted to the individual conference’s Poster Program.
The Student Development Committee of the Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology is pleased to invite applications for our annual Student Achievement Awards in Research and the Graduate Student Achievement Award in Clinical Practice.
The award is intended to recognize an early career psychologist who has established a program of empirical research that has had a major impact on the field’s understanding of psychopathology, prevention, assessment, treatment, or public policy relative to child and adolescent development or mental health.
The intent of this award is to allow graduate students and ECP’s from diverse groups (e.g., ethnic and racial, sexual and gender diversity, individuals with a disability) the opportunity to attend a conference to gain professional skills and increase their professional network.