A newsletter of Div. 37
October 2012 |Vol. 35, No. 3 Download Issue (PDF, 269KB)
Division 37 is working with Springer Publications for the creation of a new Division 37 journal, Advances in Child and Family Policy and Practice.
- Enhancing services for children and families: Policy, research, practice, advocacy, and education
The need for a comprehensive system of care for children, adolescents and their families is greater than ever.
By Michael C. Roberts, PhD
Section President's Column
ECP Advice Column
- Basic considerations of independent practice for ECPs
Tips for ECPs considering independent practice include researching the market for their services, choosing a suitable location and developing a formal business plan.
By Samuel T. Gontkovsky
Profiles in Advocacy
In This Issue
- Diane J. Willis Early Career Award
Apply for the Diane J. Willis Early Career Award, supporting psychologists who inform, advocate for, and improve the mental health and well-being of children and families through policy and service.
- Advocacy in action
Read about members' advocacy activity.
- Q & A with Gail S. Goodman
An interview with Professor Gail S. Goodman.
By Julie Cohen, PhD
- Welcome new Div. 37 fellows
Div. 37 introduces its four newest fellows.
By Mindy S. Rosenberg, PhD
- Division meeting highlights
Minutes from the Aug. 2012 Council of Representatives meeting.
By Carol A. Falender, PhD
- Call for editor
Advances in Child and Family Policy and Practice seeks nominations for a new editor.
- Upcoming conferences
A list of conferences of interest to members.
Voice of the Students
- Six ways for students to get involved in policy, practice, and advocacy
Tips include staying informed, starting local and prioritizing issues.
By Emily Kessler, MA
Members Making News
- Frank R. Ezzo, PhD, ABPP
Works of member Frank R. Ezzo, PhD, ABPP, are featured.