Public Service Psychology
A newsletter of Division 18
July 2012 |Vol. 37, No. 2 Download Issue (PDF, 650KB)
Featured ArticleLinda Bodie, PsyD
Linda Bodie, outgoing Division 18 president, highlights the division's accomplishments over the past year, including formalizing a new section and planning for the upcoming fall conference.
In This Issue
- Criminal Justice section update
Results of the section survey, a new Facebook page and lunch at APA's convention.
By Femina P. Varghese, PhD
- Secondary trauma and burnout open call for manuscripts
Our journal will cover the complexity of psychological health for mental health providers.
- Exciting times for the public sector
The change in focus from previously almost exclusively acute care and “medical” issues, to the recognition of the importance of systems, holistic approaches and patient-centered care represents a very nice evolution/maturation.
By Patrick H. DeLeon, PhD
- How do I publish in Psychological Services?
Learn about the journal's focus, publication format, review process, special editions, editorial board and staff.
By Michi Fu, PhD
- In this issue of Psychological Services
Military telehealth, videoconferencing, interactive voice response technology, rural veterans, support for caregivers and a web-based intervention for teachers of children with ADHD.
- President-Elect’s column
Our group has a vibrant membership and many activities going on.
By Jacqueline Remondet Wall, PhD
- Student Representative report
A new dissertation award, greater involvement for students and attendance at the APA convention.
By Chris Romani
- The VA section update
The 15th Annual VA Psychology Leadership Conference, a Quarterly Conversation, a new mentoring program and 2012 section awards.
By Anne Klee, PhD
- Welcome new members
Please join us in welcoming our new Division 18 members.