Focus on 31
A newsletter of Division 31
April 2016 |Vol. 48, No. 1 Download Issue (PDF, 495KB)
In this issue
- Nominations wanted
Div. 31 is seeking nominations for its Outstanding Psychologist Award.
By Cathy McDaniels Wilson, PhD, ABPP
- Div. 31 president-elect candidate statement
A statement from Lindsey Buckman, president-elect candidate.
By Lindsey Buckman, PsyD
- Midwinter meeting of Div. 31 Board of Directors
Div. 31 leadership members were honored at midwinter board meeting.
- Not your everyday ordinary council meeting
The Div. 31 APA Council representative reports on the February 2016 council meeting.
By Lisa R. Grossman, JD, PhD
- Div. 31 Student Task Force: A call for members
The Student Task Force chair invites students to join the task force and assist in achieving its goals.
By Christopher DeCou, MS
- Treasurer’s report
The Div. 31 budget has remained stable for the past two years.
By Nanci C. Klein, PhD
- Fellowship in Div. 31
The requirements for fellow status are explained.
By Donald McAleer, PsyD
- State, Provincial and Territorial Psychological Associations updates cover a wide range of activities
State associations are busy with advocacy, education and more.
By Jennifer F. Kelly, PhD, ABPP
- Your well-being: Stillness
Is there a cost to wading through the Information Age?
By John F. Christensen, PhD
State Leadership Conference
- Substantive change is in the air
APAPO State Leadership Conference signifies “changing of the guard.”
By Patrick H. DeLeon, PhD
- Activate your advocacy: Federal advocacy coordinator report
Practice models and advocacy were highlighted at the State Leadership Conference.
By Cynthia Sturm, PhD
- Early career psychologists at the 2016 State Leadership Conference
More than 40 early career psychologists attended the 2016 State Leadership Conference.
By Le Ondra Clark Harvey, PhD
- State Leadership Conference in pictures