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  • Section 10, Division 12 | Graduate Students and Early Career Psychologists Copyright © 2015
    APA Visit APA at Large read more APA Division 12 Visit DIvision 12 Society of Clinical Psychology read more Interested in becoming a member of this section Click on the membership tab for more details read more Section 10 Division

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  • Our Mission | Section 10, Division 12
    Committee The Section shall support the development of new mechanisms and the enhancement of existing mechanisms to increase participation of graduate students and early career psychologists in the Division It shall promote greater awareness of the benefits of Division 12 membership for graduate students and early career psychologists and work to expand those benefits It shall represent the interests and concerns of graduate students and early career psychologists throughout the

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  • Officers | Section 10, Division 12
    a public health organization that addresses social determinants of health in primary care settings She also worked as a Research Coordinator in the Department of Psychiatry at Weill Cornell Medical College Alexandra s research interests include the use of evidence based treatments to improve coping among individuals with chronic medical illnesses She is also interested in psychological resilience among Service Members and Veterans Her Master s thesis explores the relationship between social problem solving and posttraumatic stress symptomatology in Veterans Christy A Denckla M A Past President Christy is completing her final year of doctoral studies in the Clinical Psychology program at the Derner Institute of Advanced Psychological Studies Adelphi University NY Her research focuses on personality emotion and developmental factors that influence individual differences in response to bereavement and trauma She is especially interested in understanding how people cope with life s adversities and how to delineate those factors that characterize resilience Her clinical work includes practicum training at the Manhattan Veteran s Affairs Medical Center Bellevue Hospital s Emergency Department and Columbia University New York State Psychiatric Institute s Brain Imaging Lab Natalia Potapova M S Representative and Liaison for APA Committee on Early Career Professionals Natalia is a third year student in the clinical psychology program at the Washington State University WSU in Eastern Washington Her most recent clinical work involves providing individual therapy and assessments to children and families in the Moscow ID Pullman WA area at the WSU Psychology Clinic She also works in the Health and Wellness Behavioral Health Center a clinic that delivers services to students and employees of WSU through structured brief behavioral interventions Natalia s main clinical interests include ADHD learning and developmental disabilities assessment evidence based child and family psychotherapy and development of personality disorders Her master s project involved testing a measure developed to identify burgeoning behavioral problems early in life Rachel Hershenberg Ph D M A Secretary Rachel s main research interest focuses on the intersection of psychopathology and interpersonal functioning particularly the promotion of positive emotions and the ability to engage in adaptive interpersonal behavior within the context of depression Rachel s secondary passion lies in the larger issue of Bridging the Gap Between Science and Practice particularly regarding implications for graduate training Related to this Rachel has participated in panel discussions at conferences written commentaries served as the student member of Division 12 s Committee on Science and Practice since 2010 and with the committee organized a special section in the journal Psychotherapy dedicated to this topic In collaboration with the committee she is currently spearheading a national survey to collect systematic data on Evidence Based Practice approaches to curriculum development and supervision in graduate training programs Sarah Silverman M S Communications Chair Sarah graduated from the University of Miami in 2010 receiving her B A in Psychology with minors in Sociology and Dance She is currently a fourth year health concentration student in the Psy D clinical psychology program at Nova Southeastern University in Fort

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  • News | Section 10, Division 12
    our listserv please email our secretary Rachel Hershenberg at rhershenberg gmail com Newsletter 1 from February 2011 Newsletter 2 from June 2011 Newsletter 3 from November 2011 Newsletter 4 from July 2012 Newsletter 5 from October 2012 Newsletter 6 from April 2013 Newsletter 7 from July 2013 Newsletter 8 from December 2013 Newsletter 9 from February 2014 Newsletter 10 from May 2014 Facebook Section 10 is on Facebook LIKE our

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  • Membership | Section 10, Division 12
    early career psychologists Read our quarterly newsletter Gain a publication by contributing a brief article to our quarterly newsletter Get access to listserv announcements that advertise professional opportunities Your membership contributes to ability of Section 10 leaders to advocate for our section on the Division 12 Executive Board Gain leadership by running for a position on the board Donate Now Option 1 5 00 USD Option 2 10 00 USD

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  • Mentorship | Section 10, Division 12
    and meeting at the APA conference if both mentor and mentee attend For mentors we intend for this to be a great opportunity to bolster their CV while mentoring a student with related interests and goals For mentees we hope that this will be a great way to connect to someone in the field who will be accessible and able to provide personalized and specific mentorship on areas of interest or concern So far our program is making great headway Section 10 mentees differ in the extent to which they want mentorship on research clinical areas of interest or professional development For example we matched 1 pair both serious clinical researchers based on their overlapping interests in information processing biases in depression Another pair we matched based on the specific clinical goals of the mentee placing her with a mentor who works in private practice and specializes in family and couples therapy Another example is the pair we matched based on geography since the mentee was looking for someone who could advise on taking the EPPP and meeting state level licensing requirements in Michigan We are thrilled to be providing this mentorship program to our Section 10 members Please email

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  • Research | Section 10, Division 12
    preach How are admissions decisions made for clinical psychology graduate programs and what do students need to know Psychology 3 1 1 6 Tottenham N Shapiro M Telzer E H Humphreys K L 2012 Amygdala response to mother Developmental Science 15 307 319 2011 Barry D T Beitel M Cutter C J Garnet B Joshi D Rosenblum A Schottenfeld R S 2011 Exploring relations among traumatic posttraumatic and physical pain experiences in methadone maintained patients Journal of Pain 12 22 28 Barry D T Beitel M Breuer T Cutter C J Savant J D Schottenfeld R S Rounsaville B J 2011 Conventional and unconventional treatments for stress among methadone maintained patients Treatment willingness and perceived efficacy American Journal on Addictions 20 137 142 Barry D T Beitel M Breuer T Cutter C J Savant J D Peters S Schottenfeld R S Rounsaville B J 2011 Group based strategies for stress reduction in methadone maintenance treatment What do patients want Journal of Addiction Medicine 5 181 187 Castel A D Humphreys K L Lee S S Galvan A Balota D A McCabe D P 2011 Memory efficiency and value directed remembering across the lifespan Different developmental trends for capacity and selectivity Developmental Psychology 47 1553 1563 Castel A D Lee S S Humphreys K L Moore A N 2011 Memory capacity selective control and value directed remembering in children with and without attention deficit hyperactivity Disorder ADHD Neuropsychology 25 15 24 Denckla C A Mancini A Bornstein R F Bonanno G A 2011 Adaptive and maladaptive dependency in bereavement Distinguishing prolonged and resolved grief trajectories Personality and Individual Differences 51 1012 1017 doi 10 1016 j paid 2011 08 014 Feinstein B A Humphreys K L Bovin M Marx B P Resick P A 2011 Victim offender relationship peritraumatic responses and PTSD A study of female rape survivors Psychological Trauma Theory Research Practice and Policy 3 192 200 Garnet B Beitel M Cutter C J Savant J D Peters S Schottenfeld R S Barry D T 2011 Pain catastrophizing and pain coping among methadone maintained patients Pain Medicine 12 79 86 Hershenberg R Davila J Yoneda A Starr L R Miller M R Stroud C B Feinstein B R 2011 What I like about you The association between adolescent attachment security and emotional behavior in a relationship promoting context Journal of Adolescence 34 1017 1024 Humphreys K L Lee S S 2011 Risk taking and sensitivity to punishment in children Effects of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and oppositional defiant disorder Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment 33 299 307 Jahn D R Cukrowicz K C 2011 The impact of the nature of relationships on perceived burdensomeness and suicide ideation in a community sample of older adults Suicide and Life Threatening Behavior 41 635 649 doi 10 1111 j 1943 278X 2011 00060 x Jahn D R Cukrowicz K C Linton K Prabhu F 2011 The mediating effect of perceived burdensomeness on the relation between depressive symptoms and suicide ideation in older

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  • Convention | Section 10, Division 12
    in Graduate School Why and How Should I Get Involved Date Time Thu 8 7 2014 1 00 PM 2 50 PM Location Convention Center Room 204C Co Chairs Christy A Denckla Meg Tobias Rachel Hershenberg and Sarah Silverman Speakers Caryn Rodgers PhD Cheryl Boyce PhD Irving Weiner PhD Susan Woodhouse PhD Session summary Many psychology trainees are unsure about how to involve research activities in their graduate training and career path This may be due in part to a lack of information about the various forms that research can take as well as differing perspectives on study design and interpretation of results This ambivalence plays out in graduate training programs where students often face difficulties carrying out research and may even feel unsure about the importance of research to their future careers and clinical practice This session will address these issues by introducing students to ways they can become involved in research and the diverse approaches to research they might find The session will also review difficulties that may arise for students during the research process First this session will speak to how students might decide whether or not to become involved in research e g Are there any benefits to learning to think scientifically Do I want a job that involves research activities Is there something bugging me about an intervention diagnosis theory that I really want to test out etc Then speakers will describe what alternative research opportunities can look like program evaluations dissemination research single case study write up comparing pre and post measures for a psychotherapy group college student observational research experimental research population based data sets etc Symposium attendees will be exposed to various definitions of research and perspectives on whether it is a valuable component for certain career paths They will have a chance to learn about real world examples of studies carried out by practicing psychologists clinic directors and research scientists in a variety of clinical and academic settings 2013 APA Convention Hawaii Looking Beyond Internship Choosing a Career Specialty in Clinical Psychology Thursday August 1st from 9 00 9 50am Convention Center Room 314 Chair Megan Reuter M A Selecting and Applying to a Pre Doctoral Clinical Psychology Internship Sunday August 4th from 10 11 50am Convention Center Room 314 Chair Megan Reuter M A Positioning Yourself for the New Era of Health Care Tips for Early Careers Psychologists in Academic Health Centers Thursday August 1st from 8 8 50 a m Convention Center Room 316A Presenters Ronald Brown Ph D ABPP Barbara Cubic Ph D and William Robiner Ph D ABPP You Are Here Teaching Behavioral Science in Academic Health Centers Throughout the Ages Thursday August 1st from 11 11 50 a m Convention Center Room 316 A Presenter John Linton Ph D ABPP Winner of the APAHC 2012 Ivan Mensh Award for Distinguished Achievement in Teaching Psychology Practice and Science in Academic Health Centers Implications of Health Care Reform Friday August 2nd from 12 12 50 p m Convention

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