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.
The Education and Standards Committee is proud to be able to provide its members with a database of child and adolescent focused programs.
Dear Colleagues, A group of students has been working with the Society for Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology listserv to build a list of tips and suggestions for getting ready for the storm, staying safe during it, and regrouping after it. We have pulled the list together, organized, added links, and created a page on […]
Many studies focus on the suicidality of adolescents in a general outpatient setting, while this study targets a subset of young people who present to the hospital for a psychiatric emergency. Not only does this article examine risk factors associated with potential suicide risk of those adolescents and young adults in a hospital setting, it also presents a screening tool that is helpful to use in the screening process as well as every day practice.
Certain functions on sccap53.org will be frozen while we upgrade the site’s servers. The anticipated dates are between August 22nd and mid-September. Members will not be able to access the Forums, post new jobs in the Career Center, or renew their memberships. We apologize for the inconvenience.
SCCAP IS PROUD TO CO-SPONSOR THE MICAMH CONFERENCE The Miami International Child and Adolescent Mental Health (MICAMH) Conference (formerly known as the Niagara-in-Miami Conference) is a leading interdisciplinary conference presenting state-of-the-art, evidence-based prevention and treatments for mental health and educational problems in children and adolescents. The annual conference is hosted by Florida International University, and is co-sponsored by […]
his webinar will provide a basis application of the APA Ethical Principles and Code of Conduct to specific ethical dilemmas in research and practice involving diverse populations. The information will be useful in better understanding how to engage in multicultural competent practice and conduct research with diverse populations.
The above link is part of an initiative to report Continuing Education programs that fail to fully meet APA’s Standards and Criteria for Approval of Sponsors of Continuing Education for Psychologists, despite the sponsors of these CE programs having APA approval. The link allows for the easy reporting of “scientifically egregious” CE programs directly to CESA so that they may re-evaluate the organization’s standing as an APA-Approved Sponsor
Erin Hambrick, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Psychology
University of Missouri – Kansas City
This article describes the SCCAP’s efforts to increase dissemination of EBPs for youth via a web-based initiative (INDICES). The authors outline practical recommendations for youth-serving professionals to capitalize on the benefits of INDICES in their work with youth and families.
This special issue will examine the available research on potentially harmful therapies, broadly defined. Such treatments encompass interventions or therapist styles that are harmful to many who receive them across a variety of target problems, as well as harmful treatments for specific disorders.
If you missed the live webinar, you can now view a full recording on sccap53.org. Click here to view. Webinar Overview: The pre-doctoral clinical psychology internship can be one of the most exciting and rewarding experiences of a psychologist’s career. Applying for internship can be one of the most stressful. In this webinar, we bring […]