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Div. 43 is looking to expand our blog forum and provide opportunities for members to share their views on contemporary issues relevant to couple and family psychology (CFP), including but not limited to:

  • Families, immigration policies, and mental health
  • Diversity and inclusion
  • Helping parents talk to children about climate change
  • Military couples and deployment 
  • Families and new communication technologies and more

We are looking for short articles (750-1000 words) that provide key information to helping professionals about relational health and societal issues that have an impact on couples and families. Submissions should reflect current attention in the areas of CFP practice, education, science, and public interest/diversity. We also encourage contributions from Early Career Psychologists (ECPs) and submissions of research summaries that highlight important recent findings in couple and family psychology. We do not accept articles that are promotional in nature. 

Submit your article for an opportunity to publish on our Division blog and increase the visibility of your research and practice. Each submission is peer-reviewed and recommendations for revisions are provided. Accepted articles advertised on the division Listserv, Twitter, and Facebook page.

For more information or to submit articles, contact Katherine Fackina, PhD, via email.

Last updated: July 2021Date created: March 2020