Welcome to the Summer 2019 issue of The Family Psychologist (TFP).
Div. 43 Board
- Recognition of the Div. 43 Board of Directors
TFP editors would like to thank the Div. 43 leadership for their support of this publication.
Vice-President for Education
- Diversity and complexity of contemporary families
While the division’s vice president for education is concerned primarily with the training of couple and family psychologists, my final column goes along with our APA symposium in addressing the broader need to educate our local communities and larger society about the increasing diversity and complexity of contemporary families.
By Shelley A. Riggs, PhD
Vice President for Practice
- Sexual health and education disparities for Asian Americans
It is important as providers of mental health services that we gain knowledge in areas related to sexual health so that we can offer support to our clients.
By Marilisa Raju
- A review of "Understanding Domestic Violence: Theories, Challenges and Remedies," edited by Rafael Art. Javier and William G. Herron
Patricia Pitta, PhD, reviews an up-to-date book on intimate partner violence with a focus on trauma.
By Patricia J. Pitta
- Volunteer opportunity
The Karnes Pro-Bono Project (KPBP) is helping individuals with their asylum cases and needs assessments from licensed psychologists.
Notice to readers
Please note that as of April 2020, the division is no longer updating the Family Psychologist newsletter. Members and readers interested in the latest news and articles from the division should instead visit The Couple and Family Psychologist Blog.