Archive for 2017

Zac Imel

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July, 2016 Social Services Software: Evaluating Therapist Empathy with Psychotherapy Software Social Work Today December 2, 2015 Can You Tell if Your Therapist Has Empathy? NeuroscienceNews.com December 12, 2015 How Does my Therapist Rate? New… » Read more

Vaile Wright

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February 15, 2017 Americans are seriously stressed out about the future of the country Washington Post… » Read more

Joel Wong

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November 22, 2016 Sexism May be Harmful to Men’s Mental Health APA.org Press Release September 28, 2014 IU Class Offers Keys to Happiness Joel Wong, Associate Professor in Counseling and Counseling Psychology at Indiana University… » Read more

Kevin Cokley

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Kevin Cokley, Professor of Counseling Psychology and African and African Diaspora Studies, Director of the Institute for Urban Policy Research and Analysis, University of Texas at Austin. February 28, 2017 Oscar-winning Actress Viola Davis says she… » Read more

That Was Close: Internships and Hiring Freezes

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In the past, a significant disparity has existed between the number of internship sites available and the number of students seeking those positions (Parent & Williamson, 2010). While this gap has been slowly closing, each… » Read more

Section on Positive Psychology – February 2017

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The Section on Positive Psychology: Updates & Announcements   Greetings from the Section on Positive Psychology!   Section Updates There have been many exciting things happening within our section!   Bylaw Changes & New Leadership… » Read more

APF Div17 Counseling Psych Grants – Due 4/1/2017

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Up to $6,500 available to enhance the science and practice of counseling psychology. Download the Request for Proposals for the American Psychological Foundation’s (APF) 2017 Division 17 Counseling Psychology Grants (pdf). These grants support not-for-profit activities to… » Read more