The Advocate

A newsletter of Division 37
October 2014 PDF iconDownload Issue (PDF, 848KB)

Feature Article

President's column

By Sharon G. Portwood, JD, PhD Psychologists with expertise in child and family violence can serve as advocates for children by educating the general public and parents on child maltreatment and positive parenting.

Psychologists with expertise in child and family violence can serve as advocates for children by educating the general public and parents on child maltreatment and positive parenting. 

Section President's Column

Member at-large: Task forces and diversity column

  • Why Ferguson should matter
    More research is needed on the effects of oppression at both conscious and unconscious levels, the relationship to health and health disparities and the effect on psychological functioning.
    By Anita Thomas, PhD

Member-at-large: Advocacy coordinator column

Awards