Public Service Psychology: Past Issues
- July 2020
This issue addresses public service psychology through technology and collaboration, criminal justice and current affairs of systemic issues, access to care crisis in mental health, and thoughts on the COVID-19 circumstances.
- November 2019
This issue addresses new strategic plan for Div. 18, acute mass violence, serious mental illness and emotional disturbance, the council report, psychologists in public psychiatric hospitals, policy on term limits for APA’s Council of Representatives, and interprofessional education.
- August 2019
In this issue: Division past president reflects on the great work Div 18 has done, and that will be on display at convention; the advancement of advocacy in psychology, section reports and more.
- May 2019
In this issue: SMI/SED spring update, diversity and technology, Div. 18 council report, veterans affairs updates and more.
- December 2018
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- August 2018
In this issue: severe emotional disturbance section report, social justice, stages of psychosis and diversity-focused programming at APA Annual Convention.
- May 2018
In this issue: division leadership, newsletter editors, 2017 Council report, proposed bylaw revisions and VA section report.
- January 2018
In this issue: presidential plans and initiatives for 2017-18; how law enforcements' 'tactical language' can lead to excessive force complaints; What moved Harold Dawley to tell the story of Vietnam vets, 'Lost Homecoming.'
- May 2015
In this issue: new legislative agendas; members recognize for expertise in police and community relations; fourth annual conference features a lineup of renowned experts and more.
- October 2014
In this issue: Is psychology ready to accept the clinical responsibility of prescriptive authority; how to get engaged, develop or community; insights into veterans' health care in the 21st century.