Public Service Psychology: Past Issues
- February 2022
In this issue: Updates, successes, and future plans; Serious Mental Illness/Severe Emotional Disturbance Section; past Division 18 heroes; and updates from the Serious Mental Illness/Severe Emotional Disturbance Section.
- November 2021
In this issue: Guiding graduate students to a successful early career, past Div. 18 heroes, looking ahead to 2022 VA, updates from the Community and State Hospital Section, and public service in the Criminal Justice Section.
- July 2021
In this issue: Message from the president; newly elected officers announced; convention news and more.
- April 2021
In this issue: Public services are a necessary good; students are advocating beyond the field of psychology; latest council news and more.
- December 2020
In this issue: new approaches to the assessment and treatment of violence; thoughts on the COVID-19 crisis; helping the nation heal and more.
- 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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