Giving Difficult Feedback


Giving Difficult Feedback Written By: Samia Estrada As graduate students, we need to prepare for our role as psychologists, which will entail wearing many hats, one of them is that of a supervisor.  Being a supervisor will require, among various skills, the ability to provide difficult feedback. Research tells us […]

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Professional Development in Clinical Psychology: Lifelong Learning in Research and Practice


Professional Development in Clinical Psychology: Lifelong Learning in Research and Practice Micere S. Oden, M.S. Doctoral Candidate, Clinical Psychology Ph.D. Program School of Psychology Walden University Email: micere.oden@waldenu.edu Engaging in the continuous pursuit of knowledge is critical for graduate students and career psychologists to adapt to the changing landscape of professional […]

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The Shifting Gender Demographics of Clinical Psychology


The Shifting Gender Demographics of Clinical Psychology: Implications for Graduate Students and Early Career Psychologists? Derek Giannone, B.A. Section 10 Secretary           As I walked into orientation for my current graduate program and took a seat, I briefly surveyed the room and noticed a familiar sight. One […]

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Making Section 10 Your Professional Home


Making Section 10 Your Professional Home Alexandra Greenfield, M.S. Section 10 President As you begin to work toward your resolutions for 2016, joining a professional organization is one of the best ways to further your goals as a graduate student or early career psychologist (ECP). We hope that you will […]

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CALL FOR NOMINATIONS 2016


CALL FOR NOMINATIONS 2016 The Society for Clinical Psychology (Division 12) Section on Graduate Student and Early Career Psychologists (Section 10) is seeking nominations for THREE positions: President-Elect, Communications Chair, and Secretary, to serve terms beginning January 1, 2016. This is a great opportunity for those looking to be involved in APA leadership.  It’s also a good […]

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Moving Towards Psychotherapy Integration: A Student’s Perspective


Moving towards psychotherapy integration: A student’s perspective Nili Solomonov I’m a psychology trainee, taking my first strides on the path towards becoming a clinical psychologist. I am discovering what type of psychologist I want to be, an exploratory process some of you might find familiar. This journey involves everything I […]

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Section 10 Social Hour at APA Toronto


Hello Section 10!    With the APA convention only a week away, we ask you to join us at our upcoming social hour and support Section 10 of Division 12. The social hour is taking place at the Fairmont Royal York Hotel on August 8th, 2015 from 6-7pm, 10-127 (10th floor, room […]

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Take 5!


Take 5! Sarah A. Silverman, M.S. As an expansion of our June blog post, I’ve decided to keep with the very important theme of self-care. As graduate students, self-care sometimes goes out the window, and it’s important to pause at times, take a moment to reflect, and make sure we […]

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Rest Up! The Self-Care Requirement


Rest up! The Self-Care Requirement Valencia A. Harriott Last weekend I attended a wedding. In making small talk with one of the other wedding guests, I mentioned that I was a PhD student living in Cleveland. “How do you like Cleveland?” she asked. Immediately, she reconsidered her question. “As a […]

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The Effects of Mental Health Stigma on Marriages in Bahrain


The Effects of Mental Health Stigma on Marriages in Bahrain [*] Nawaf A. Matar In many parts of the world, people living with mental illness are stigmatized. Stigma towards mental illness may play a particularly important role in conservative societies where long-standing traditions dictate many social practices. In the following article, […]

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