President's Welcome

John Fennig, PhDDivision president John Fennig, PhD, delivered a presidential session in which he outlined the current state of the division.

Membership Benefits

The benefits of membership in Division 13 are tangible as well as intangible. The tangible benefits include subscriptions to the Division 13 Newsletter, The Consulting Psychologist, and four journal issues of Consulting Psychology Journal. The intangible benefits involve a sense of identity and community with colleagues who share a commitment to consulting psychology. This sense of community is fostered by the Division’s email list, sponsorship of programs at the APA annual convention and regional conferences, involvement with various Sections and Special Interest Groups, and Division committee service and awards.

Consulting Psychology Journal RSS

Technology and the consulting psychologist.

In line with the aspirations laid out by Winsborough and Chamorro-Premuzic (see record 2014-02645-011), the author is pleased to introduce three artic...

Technology and the consulting psychologist.

Developing a virtual assessment center.

The assessment center (AC), with its origins in World War II and its steady evolution in the decades since, is 1 way that consulting psychologists can...

Developing a virtual assessment center.

The wealthy: A financial psychological profile.

Drawing from the theories of money ambivalence, cognitive dissonance, envy, and relative deprivation, this study sought to explore stereotypes of the ...

The wealthy: A financial psychological profile.

On becoming a consultant: The transition for a clinical psychologist.

Many clinical psychologists have been finding that consulting is a rewarding, interesting, and challenging undertaking, often changing careers to beco...

On becoming a consultant: The transition for a clinical psychologist.