SCP Webinars

SCP sponsors webinars on topics of interest to SCP members.  Links to the audio/video of all SCP Webinars will be posted to this page as they become available.


Internship Process: Learning Beyond the Basics (11-16-15)

This webinar for graduate students focuses on post-application pre-doctoral internship concerns including interviewing, initial decisions/ranking, and transitioning into the intern role. Information and advice are also included on post-doc and faculty position applications, with a focus on the unique concerns of Counseling Psychology students. Panelists include: Marie Miville, PhD (Div17 VP for Education, Teacher’s College, Columbia), Eve Adams, PhD (Training Director, New Mexico State University), Mary Ann Covey, PhD (Training Director, Texas A&M Counseling Service), Mike Martin, PhD (Psychology Executive, Atlanta VA Medical Center), and Chris Sheldon, PhD (Chief Psychologist, Denver Health).

Download the Webinar Audio here:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bzy4ayj4P1DebEtsVElaQTg0RDg/view?usp=sharing


Predoctoral Internship Webinar: Application and Selection of Sites (5-11-16)

This webinar for graduate students focuses on the many steps involved in pre-doctoral internship application and decision-making. Knowledgeable panelists discuss making decisions about readiness-to-apply, including completion of program requirements (such as dissertation proposal) and gaining faculty approval. Panelists also discuss how to identify training interests, as well as how to select potential internship sites based on the candidate’s personal interests and experience. Finally, details are provided about specific application materials including logs, essays, and letters of reference. Panelists include: Marie Miville, PhD (Div17 VP for Education, Teacher’s College, Columbia), Eve Adams, PhD (Training Director, New Mexico State University), Mary Ann Covey, PhD (Training Director, Texas A&M Counseling Service), Brittan Davis, MEd (UPenn CAPS, Intern 2016-2017), Mike Martin, PhD (Psychology Executive, Atlanta VA Medical Center), and Chris Sheldon, PhD (Chief Psychologist, Denver Health).


Believing Black Lives Matter: Integrating Strategy and Spontaneity in Social Movement for Students and Early Career Professionals Webinar (1-20-17)

This webinar kicks off the Spring 2017 Division 17 Diversity and Public Interest Webinar Series. Many thanks to the wonderful and powerful presenters, Dr. Candice Crowell, Dr. Jameca Falconer, and Reuben Faloughi.  What does it look like when we believe Black Lives Matter at the systemic, organizational, community, interpersonal, and intrapsychic levels? This webinar will build on the work of Black Lives Matter activism in and outside of counseling and psychology to detail attitudinal and positional strategies that forward social justice. The webinar will also highlight a theory of spontaneity to guide when and how to go “off script” to engage creative methods of social movement. Practice, education/training, research, and leadership implications will be discussed.


Counseling Psychologists for Peace and Action: Putting Social Justice Theory and Research into Practice (2-16-17)

Given the current sociocultural and sociopolitical climate, the call to systematically engage in social justice work is crucial. Despite the continuously growing body of scholarship on social justice-oriented topics and the infusion of social justice theory into therapy and teaching, there remains little discussion on what social justice work looks like and entails, limited practice-based instruction, and political and social activism can even be discouraged within various institutions (e.g., the academy, professional organizations, counseling centers/practices). This webinar aims to facilitate a discussion on how to put social justice theory and research into practice within various stages of professional identity (i.e., student, ECP, and mid-career professional).


Connecting Counseling Psychology Research to External Funding Priorities: An Introduction to Grant-Getting (3-13-17)

Learn the ins and outs of grant-getting from this esteemed group of counseling psychologists who individually and collectively have been awarded millions of dollars in external grant funding from a variety of federal agencies (i.e., Centers for Disease Control, Institute of Education Sciences, National Institute of Health, National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, National Institute on Drug Abuse, National Institute of Justice, National Science Foundation, US Department of Agriculture). Take the unknown out of developing and submitting competitive grant proposals.
 
Discussion foci:
  • What makes counseling psychologists competitive for external funding and for what funding mechanisms are we well-positioned
  • Key pieces of wisdom and advice about pursuing grant funding and general proposal writing strategies (e.g., setting timelines, seeking feedback on grant proposals, collaborating with others) 
  • Specific recommendations regarding lessons learned about specific funding mechanisms (e.g., foundations, federal agencies)

Download the audio for this webinar here:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0Bzy4ayj4P1DeVlBSa2ljdFhXWWc 


Taking Action Against Anti-Semitism: An Intergenerational Dialogue (3-23-17)

How can counseling psychologists take action to address anti-Semitism in their classrooms, clinical experience, and advocacy efforts? Counseling psychologists across training levels (e.g., student, early career professional, mid and late-career professionals) from diverse religious/spiritual and cultural backgrounds come together to discuss the types of anti-Semitism and the conditions that allow this type of oppression to foster.


Infusing Trans Issues into Counseling and Psychology Supervision and Training: Dialogue between Supervisees and Supervisors (4-17-17)

The APA endorsed the Guidelines for Psychological Practice with Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Clients (2016) in 2015, and there are ample opportunities to infuse the use of the guidelines in psychological education, teaching, practice, research, and advocacy. Presenters discuss these opportunities, with a special focus on how supervisors and supervisees can work together to make their training sites trans-affirmative and culturally-responsive.

 


Virtual Connection and Development Series
Session 1: Networking Tips and Strategies for ECPs (5/15/2017)

 

This webinar will address a broad range of topics associated with networking, including the benefits of networking, who to network with, and tips for networking effectively. Areas will be discussed from the perspectives of an academician and clinician. This webinar is best suited for those who are experiencing difficulty with networking within diverse professional settings (e.g., academia, clinics, and conferences) and across psychology fields.  Presenters: Dr. Melanie Lantz and Dr. Valene Whittaker

Webinar objectives:

  • Recognize how networking enhances your career
  • Identify fulfilling networking opportunities
  • Learn strategies to establish and strengthen professional connections


Applying Psychology to Policy and Advocacy (5/18/2017)

Division 17 Student Affiliates of Seventeen (SAS) and the Interim Director of the APA Public Interest Directorate-Government Relations Office (PI-GRO) presented this social justice webinar on 5/18/2017.  This webinar is designed to train interested SAS members and counseling psychology professionals on how to bring empirical research findings to bear on public policy and to use psychology to advance human welfare. Presented by: Amalia Corby-Edwards, MS, Interim Director of PI-GRO and the Senior Legislative and Federal Affairs Officer.

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