The Family Psychologist: Past Issues

  • July 2019

    In this issue, convention events and offerings for Div. 43 members plus the importance of broadening the general understanding of what constitutes families.

  • April 2019

    In this issue, President Susan Regas, PhD, outlines the importance of having an evidence-based model that includes therapist-specific factors, and Vice President for Education Shelley Riggs, PhD, offers sage suggestions for future directions in couples and family psychology education.

  • December 2018

    This issue addresses the board of directors, the renewal of couple and family psychology as a specialty in professional psychology, clinical impact of immigration, self-disclosures in couple and family psychology, accidental family therapist, deal breakers in relationships, Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers, and language use in psychology.

  • July 2018

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  • July 2018

    In this issue: Editor welcome, convention highlights, postdoctoral training, couple therapy, book review and more.

  • April 2014

    In this issue: Interview with authors of self-help book, increasing Div. 43's visibility and influence and ways to gain recognition for couple and family psychology in practice settings.

  • April 2012[PDF]

    In this issue: Family psychology and evidence-based treatment for children, Div. 43 elections candidate statements and summary of the APA Council of Representatives.

  • January 2012[PDF]

    In this issue: Strategies for promoting family psychology practice, 20th World Family Congress, the International Family Therapy Association, preparation for becoming a family psychologist and divorce in the family cycle.

  • July 2011[PDF]

    In this issue: Families in later life, family crisis intervention, prevention and protection, psycho-legal issues and building a professional identity in family psychology.

  • April 2011[PDF]

    In this issue: Pilot testing of an internet-based version of Parenting Wisely, pathways in early career family psychology, attorneys representing children in divorce and candidates’ statements.

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