Archive for 2017

Presidential Announcement – November 2017

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Dear SCP Member and Affiliates Colleagues, This upcoming holiday season is a time for reflections. While I recognize that we have been going through some rough times, we also have friends, family members, colleagues, students… » Read more

SCP Social Justice Syllabus

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The Social Justice Syllabus was compiled by the SCP Early Career Professionals Committee, through a process of soliciting useful social justice resources written and created by counseling psychologists. This resource is not exhaustive, but it… » Read more

The muffled voice of international students

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Counseling psychology has historically been in a notable position to not only consider, but also advocate for multicultural diversity issues embedded within larger societal contexts. The growing emphasis on social justice orientation in counseling training… » Read more

Presidential Announcement – October 2017

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Dear SCP Member and Affiliates Colleagues, This continues to be a stressful month for many of our colleagues, family, and friends. Puerto Rico continues to grapple with lack of power and other resources in the… » Read more

Preparing to do the work…by doing the work

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As I write this, the United States is suffering through the devastation of three major hurricanes, the largest mass shooting in recent history, as well as long-standing issues of oppression and an ever-growing political divide.… » Read more

Counseling Psychologist Reaches Board Certification

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Dominick Scalise, PhD, ABPP recently became Board Certified in Counseling Psychology through the American Board of Counseling Psychology. Dr. Scalise is the Program Director for the counseling psychology master’s degree program at Avila University. He… » Read more

2017 September Announcements

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Dear SCP Member and Affiliates Colleagues, Before I share my announcements this month, I do want to acknowledge that it has been a trying time for many of us with the continued impact of the… » Read more