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Student Achievement Awards – 2020 Awardees On behalf of the Board of Directors of the Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology (SCCAP)/APA Division 53, we are delighted to announce the winners for the 2020 Student Achievement Awards! This year, we received a high volume of extremely competitive applications. While this made it difficult to […]
Webinar Description: We invite you to our webinar Working in Integrated Pediatric Primary Care Settings on Friday, June 12, 2020, from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm Eastern. Our speakers are Jennifer Kuhn, PhD, and Meghan Walls, PsyD. Our moderator is Chrissy Cammarata, PhD, ABPP. Children are seen regularly in their pediatric primary care office at […]
Congratulations to Lyn Greenberg as the recipient of the SCCAP Promoting Evidence-Based Mental Health Services for Children and Adolescents Award! This award is intended to recognize a clinical child and adolescent practitioner who has made a significant and enduring impact on promoting awareness, accessibility, and/or implementation of evidence-based mental health services for children and […]
Many of us have been overwhelmed by the number of telepsychology-related resources that have been distributed recently. HGAPS (with the support of SCCAP) has created a Wiki guide to telepsychology. It includes curated resources about technology, considerations for conducting therapy over phone/video, assessment guidelines, billing information – and more! If there is a topic missing or if you […]
SCCAP Supports the Asian American Psychological Association statement The SCCAP board is asking all of our society members to join us in standing together with the Asian American Psychological Association and supporting its statement against stigma, racism and xenophobia. Please share the AAPA statement with your colleagues and ask them to post their support on social media. “All of […]
#EquityFlattenstheCurve aims to reduce bias, stigma and discrimination to advance health equity in the pandemic response and recovery efforts.
Eric Schwartz, Psy.D., ABPP What is your current occupation? Vice President of Clinical Services and Director of Psychology Internship Training at the Sarah A. Reed Children’s Center in Erie, PA. What do you do? / Describe your role Administrative and Clinical Leadership of Mental Health Services How did you learn about your job? APA Monitor […]
The webinar is free for non-SCCAP members. Please share the information! Providing Evidence-Based Child Treatment During COVID-19: More Lessons (Being) Learned by a Panel of Experts Our panel includes: Anne Marie Albano, PhD, ABPP; Mary Alvord PhD; Lisa Coyne PhD; & Cheryl McNeil, PhD. Our moderator is Jill Ehrenreich-May, PhD, University of Miami Webinar Description: The COVID-19 pandemic […]
Providing High-Quality, Evidence-Based Child Treatment During COVID-19: Lessons (Being) Learned by a Panel of Experts Our panel includes: Anne Marie Albano, PhD; Mary Alvord PhD; Lisa Coyne PhD; & Cheryl McNeil, Ph.D Our moderator is Jill Ehrenreich-May, PhD, University of Miami With the COVID-19 pandemic has come a ton of stressful transitions for us as […]
We invite you to our webinar Addressing Intersectionality When Working With Children and Families: Applying the Multicultural Guidelines on Tuesday, May 12, 2020, from 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm Eastern. Our speakers are Alfonso Mercado, PhD, Associate Professor in the Department of Psychological Science and School of Medicine’s Psychiatry and Neurology Department at the University […]
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.
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 […]