Posts Tagged ‘APBB Board Certification’

James (Jim) Lichtenberg

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James Lichtenberg was recognized for service to the American Board of Counseling Psychology (ABCoP) for leadership in the strengthening of our Counseling Psychology specialty through his work with the American Academy of Counseling Psychology (AACoP)… » Read more

2016 November Announcements

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Greetings SCP Colleagues,  Here are the November Announcements:  DEADLINE TOMORROW! 2016-2017 Society of Counseling Psychology Awards The 2016-2017 Call for Awards Nominations has been issued.  This year’s award co-chair is Dr. Paul Perrin, pperrin@vcu.edu. Please… » Read more

2016 October Announcements

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Greetings SCP Colleagues!   Here are the October Announcements:   Please Register NOW! The 2017 National Multicultural Conference and Summit (NMCS), January 4 – 6, Portland, Registration for is now open!   For more information… » Read more

Congratulations to these Recent ABPPs

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Dr. Allison Clark attended Valparaiso University for a BS in psychology and the University of Tennessee for a PhD in Counseling Psychology. She is now a military psychologist stationed at US Naval Hospital Guam, specializing… » Read more

Why Become Board Certified in Counseling Psychology?

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Counseling Psychology is one of fifteen specialty boards within the American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP). Becoming Board Certified in Counseling Psychology is a statement of commitment to your specialty, and a way of strengthening… » Read more

APA 2015 APBB Convocation Award Winners

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At the 2015 American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP) Convocation, Charme Davidson received the Russell J. Bent Award for Distinguished Service and Contributions to the American Board of Professional Psychology.  Also Ted Stachowiak received the… » Read more

Past President – Summer 2015

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The time has come for me to write my last statement as a member of the Presidential Trio. Technically, this is my eighth little missive; I got caught by the procrastination bug in Fall of… » Read more