SCP Connect Submissions

APA2014_91SCP Connect is the premier online portal for news, information, and stories related to counseling psychology and the Society of Counseling Psychology.  SCP Connect publishes content under a number of different categories (e.g., Op-Eds, SCP Reports, Practice Issues) relevant to counseling psychologists, undergraduate and graduate students interested in health service psychology, allied mental health professionals, and the general public.  This content is published in the form of individual blog posts, which are posted to a specific category and labeled with one or more “tags” (e.g., Practice, Early Career Professionals, Diversity), which allows website visitors to easily and quickly find content of interest to them.  Each post has a unique URL that can be bookmarked and social media buttons at the bottom of the post that make sharing the post with others (via email, Facebook, Twitter, etc.) easy.

To submit content to be posted via SCP Connect, please use the form below.  The SCP Connect Team will review your submission and follow up with you via email if necessary.  Please keep the following guidelines in mind when submitting content for posting to SCP Connect:

  • Posts are comprised of 3 main components: a title, the body text of the post, and an image that is embedded in the body text of the post and also used as the “thumbnail” image for that post.  The thumbnail images accompany the titles of posts when viewing the list of posts for a given category or tag (example here).
  • When you submit content to SCP Connect, you will always complete the standard pre-formatted Word document template so that it contains the desired body text.  The desired body text should be formatted in a manner described in the pre-formatted Word document template instructions.  In addition, you will be given the option to (1) suggest a possible title for the post and (2) provide a high-quality image for the post.
  • Any images provided must meet the Policy on SCP Use of Images.  Please note that by submitting an image using the form below you confirm that you are an SCP member, the sole owner of the attached image(s) and rights to the image(s), and am granting explicit permission to SCP to use the attached image(s).  Image file sizes should not be larger than 6MB.
  • If you are submitting an “Op-Ed” piece, please use the designated field in the form below to attach a high quality head shot photo of yourself that can be posted with the piece.
  • If you are submitting an “SCP Report”, you do not have to provide a possible title nor an image.
  • If you are submitting aCounseling Psychologists in the Newsentry, please submit the desired body text by using this CPITN pre-formatted Word document template.  Please download this template, swap out the generic text with your own, save it under a new file name, and then upload it with your submission.  Please note that all entries for you will be featured on the same webpage (e.g.,  When you want to add a new entry to your webpage, submit that new info using this template and that entry will be added to the rest.  If a “Counseling Psychologists in the News” webpage for you already exists, please remind the SCP Connect Team about this via the “special instructions” box in the form below.
  • Some posts feature hyperlinked text that, when clicked, allows the website visitor to open/download a particular file like a Word document or PDF.  If you want to see this functionality incorporated into the post, you must do two things.  First, the Word document that you provide containing the body text should be formatted as follows.  To designate which pieces of body text should hyperlink to a given file, underline the desired text and immediately thereafter state the name of the file within square brackets (e.g., “[sample.doc]”).  Second, attach the file(s) using the designated fields in the form below.  Prior to doing this, rename the filenames of these files to make them maximally descriptive and easy to read.  For example, if website visitors download a file and it is called “EDITS2-14-15_v1.doc” they may be unnecessarily confused.  A much better file name would be “Instructions for Submitting Award Nominations to Div17.doc”.
  • Questions can be directed to the SCP Connect Team at

SCP Connect Submission Form

Your First Name, Last Name, and Title/Degree

Your Organizational/Institutional Affiliation

Your Email Address

What SCP Connect "category" do you think best captures the theme of this post?
Counseling Psychologists in the NewsCounseling Psychologists' AccomplishmentsCurrent EventsGeneral AnnouncementsOp-EdsPractice IssuesSCP NewsSCP President's AnnouncementsSCP Reports

Optional: Provide a high-quality image for the post by attaching it here. If you selected the category "Op-Ed" for this post, please attach here a high quality headshot photo that can featured in the post.

If you attached an image above, please respond to this question. If you did not, please skip this question.
By clicking this box, I hereby confirm that I (1) have read and understand the Policy on SCP Use of Images (see above), (2) am an SCP member, (3) am the sole owner of the attached image(s) and rights to the image(s), and (4) am granting explicit permission to SCP to use the attached image(s).

What is a possible title for the post? Consider looking at existing examples of post titles in the same SCP Connect "category" as this new post (see left-hand navigation menu on this page:

Provide the body text of the post by attaching here the filled out "pre-formatted Word document template":

If you have additional files that should be available for download by clicking on hyperlinked text in the post, please attach that file(s) here:

If this post is time-sensitive, let us know what date (ideally) this post should be posted:

Please select all "tags" (i.e., topics) that you think might apply to this post:
APA ConventionAwardsDiversityEarly Career ProfessionalsFellowshipGovernanceHealth PsychologyHuman Animal InteractionIndependent PracticeInternationalLGBTLicensureMentoringNational Multicultural Conference and SummitPositive PsychologyPracticePreventionPsychotherapy ScienceRace EthnicitySCP Leadership AcademyServiceSpecial Task GroupsSocial JusticeStudentsSupervision and TrainingUniversity Counseling CentersVocational PsychologyWomen

Are there any other "tags" that we should consider assigning to this post? Feel free to suggest them here, Capitalizing Each Word, each tag separated by commas.

If there are any special instructions we should keep in mind, please let us know here: