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The Forum showcases interdisciplinary work in child and adolescent mental health, provides professional development training to early career scientists, and raises public awareness of the “best and brightest” of these scientists-in-training.
Training and Education in Professional Psychology, the official journal of the Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers (APPIC), seeks brief manuscripts authored by psychology trainees about their experiences as supervisees during pre-practicum, practicum, internship, and/or post-doctoral supervision. We are interested in diverse perspectives and therefore plan for this issue to be composed of many brief articles that reflect a wide range of supervision processes and trainee experiences.
Daniel M. Bagner, Ph.D., ABPP
Associate Professor of Psychology
Florida International University
While there are a lot of resources available to tell you about assessments and treatments that you should be using, it is much more difficult to identify assessments and treatments that you should not be using. This article contains lists of assessments and treatments that experts in the field caution against using.
Ashley Anderson, Psy.D. Licensed Clinical Psychologist Insightful Solutions What is your current occupation? Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Insightful Solutions What do you do? / Describe your role I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist at a group practice called Insightful Solutions. I provide individual psychotherapy services to children, adolescents, and young adults. I also conduct […]
Shabnam Javdani, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Department of Applied Psychology New York University, Steinhardt 1. What is your current occupation? I am an Assistant Professor of Applied Psychology at New York University’s Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development. 2. What do you do? / Describe your role. I am a researcher and scholar-activist, a […]
Jonathan Perle, Ph.D., ABPP Board Certified in Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology Assistant Professor Coordinator of Child and Adolescent Track Behavioral Sciences – Clinical Psychology Midwestern University 1. What is your current occupation? I recently began my new role as an Assistant Professor and Coordinator of the Child and Adolescent education track within the Department […]
Jessica C. Hauser-Harrington, Ph.D., St. John Hospital & Medical Center Jessica C. Hauser-Harrington, Ph.D. Director of Behavioral Science and Research Family Medicine Residency St. John Hospital & Medical Center Detroit, MI 1. What is your current occupation? Director of Behavioral Science and Research 2. What do you do?/Describe your role I work in medical education […]
Jason Steadman, Psy.D. Assistant Professor of Psychology East Tennessee State University 1. What is your current occupation? Assistant Professor of Psychology, East Tennessee State University 2. What do you do? / Describe your role As a faculty member in a department with a clinical, doctoral program, I get to wear multiple hats. I […]
Webinar Overview: Attachment problems and“attachment therapy” are often discussed in applied clinical settings, and are particularly prominent among services for maltreated and/or adopted children. These terms are not, however, widely discussed in academic research or settings. There are multiple reasons for this disconnect, many of which will be discussed during this presentation. A basic introduction […]