Public Service Psychology: Past Issues
- 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.
- July 2014
In this issue: Federally Qualified Community Health Centers, highlights of the past year, division membership drives and mentorship programs, and more.
- October 2012
In this issue: highlights from the convention in Orlando, the NACCJCP conference, APA presidential candidate questions, and welcome to the Division's new members.
- July 2012
In this issue: criminal justice update, a special issue on secondary traumatic stress, telehealth, and vibrant division membership.
- April 2012
Articles in this issue include lessons from the editorial board of Psychological Services, developing the Division 18 criminal justice system, police & public safety section, membership information, and psychological symptoms in firefighters.
- October 2011
In this issue of Psychologists in Public Service: The new president outlines the 2012 division goals, we prepare for the upcoming APA convention, the benefits of division membership, division award recipients, and section reports.