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Applying to Clinical Internships: Insider Tips for Maximizing Your Success – 7/24/19
The upcoming APA Convention will be August 8-11, 2018 in Chicago. Please join us!
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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.
The webinar is intended to help clinicians understand how stress influences healthy development in youth. Dr. Shonkoff will discuss how separating families at the border impacts children and their families. Furthermore, it will identify the importance of stability on healthy development.
A Storm of Innovations: Using the Web to Work Together and Bring the Best Psychology Information to the People Who Would Benefit – 9/4/19
Held annually in June in Washington, DC, the Forum is the premier, gala science event specifically designed to meet the needs of early career scientists.
Practice Corner Author: Taylor N. Stephens, M.S., Palo Alto University Article Title: Forty Years of Engagement Research in Children’s Mental Health Services: Multidimensional Measurement and Practice Elements Article Authors: Kimberly D. Becker, Maya Boustani, Resham Gellatly, & Bruce F. Chorpita Why is this article relevant to practice? While the dissemination of evidence-based treatments (EBTs) is […]
This webinar will consider the challenges that come with exposing youth to mature television content, data on links to suicidal ideation and ER visits among youth who have viewed the show, as well as data changes in social media and Internet search patterns following the show. The panel will consider the challenges and limitations of this research, along with research directions. Practical implications for clinicians and parents will be provided.