General Announcements

General announcements of interest to counseling psychologists.

Call for Div 17 Convention Programming – APA 2019

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The 2018 APA Annual Convention will be held August 8-11 in Chicago. Proposals are encouraged to speak to President Ruth Fassinger, Ph.D.’s theme “Community, Courage, Change.” Please visit apa.org/convention for more information and contact 2019… » Read more

CALL FOR NOMINATIONS

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CALL FOR NOMINATIONS SOCIETY OF COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY PROFESSIONAL AWARDS 2018-2019 Co-Chairs Chris Liang (ctl212@lehigh.edu) and Sherry Rostosky (s.rostosky@uky.edu), on behalf of the SCP Awards and Recognition Committee, request nominations for the following Division 17 Professional… » Read more

Importance of TCP to SCP

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Dear SCP colleagues: I’m writing to encourage you to submit your scholarly work to The Counseling Psychologist. As you know, TCP is the scholarly voice of our Society of Counseling Psychology, but many of you… » Read more

2018 SCP Hospitality Space Programming

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Please check this page for the latest SCP Hospitality Space updates Greetings Colleagues! The SCP Hospitality Space will be located on the Third Floor of the Hotel Nikko San Francisco, 222 Mason St, San Francisco,… » Read more

Call for Applications The SCP Connect Team

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Calling all counseling psychologist trainees and professionals with a knack for words! What is the SCP Connect Team? To better meet the needs of SCP members and communicate the nature and value of counseling psychology… » Read more

SCP Social Media

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Hello SCP Members! I want to bring your attention to the various social media platforms we can all use to engage with each other and the division. In addition to our already established Facebook group… » Read more

SCP Connect submissions wanted!

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Dear SCP Professional and Student Members, We want to add YOUR voice to SCP Connect! We are currently encouraging submissions that explore how Counseling Psychologists intersect with politics. How do you engage in advocacy on… » Read more

Winter Roundtable February 23 – 24, 2018

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Register for the 35th Winter Roundtable.!  This year’s theme, Nevertheless, She Persisted: Power and Patriarchy in Psychology and Education, underscores the pervasiveness and pernicious effects of misogyny, sexism, and gender oppression, particularly as these forces intersect with psychology and education. Click HERE to… » Read more