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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.

Student Achievement Awards

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.

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Abidin Early Career Award and Grant

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.

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Diversity Travel Award

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.

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Routh Dissertation Grant

The Routh Dissertation Grant provides support for student research that shows promise to add significantly to the research literature in the area of clinical child and adolescent psychology. Up to four $2,500 grants will be awarded annually.

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Recording Available: The Impact of 13 Re...

Click Here to Access the Recording The Impact of 13 Reasons Why on Suicide Behavior in Young People: What We Know So Far Webinar Overview: The webinar will feature leading researchers in the area including Megan Chesin, PhD, William Paterson University, John Ackerman, Ph.D., Nationwide Children’s Hospital, and Kurt D. Michael, Ph.D., Appalachian State. It will be moderated by Jennifer […]

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Child Mental Health in Action (CMHA) Fun...

SCCAP Members, The SCCAP Board of Directors acknowledges that its mission will be significantly advanced through the sponsorship of programs and projects proposed by its membership and has therefore established Child Mental Health in Action (CMHA) as a new funding opportunity.  All accepted applications must demonstrate a clear and measurable commitment to advance the mission […]

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Future Directions Launch Award

 Overview of the Future Directions Forum             Learning how to do great science requires a toolbox of skills. Skills for effectively communicating science. To secure funding for scientific work. To identify where and when job opportunities arise. To get the offers to start your first job and build the record to keep that job. No […]

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Career Spotlight: Michael Morrow, Ph.D.

Career Column Spotlight: Michael Morrow, Ph.D. Associate Professor and Program Director of the Graduate Program in Counseling at Arcadia University

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Like Setting a Home on Fire: The Effects...

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.

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Child Mental Health in Action Funding

The purpose of SCCAP is to support the development and advancement of clinical child and adolescent psychology through integration of its scientific and professional aspects. SCCAP promotes scientific inquiry, training, professional practice, and public policy in clinical child and adolescent psychology as a means of improving the welfare and mental health of children, youth, and families in the context of a diverse society.

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SCCAP Professional Development Series &#...

SCCAP Professional Development Series: Webinars, JCCAP Future Directions Forum, and Conference Programs for 2019

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The Impact of 13 Reasons Why on Suicide ...

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.

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