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  • Society for a Science of Clinical Psychology - Multi-year discounts
    discount Program Discount Newsletter Announcements Recent Announcements Newsletter Useful resources Internship directory and survey Professional Training and Employment Clinical Science Links SSCP APS Psychological Science Career Mentorship Match For members Members only content Board Notes SSCP Listserv Home Membership Membership discounts Multi year discounts Multi year discounts Want to skip the hassle of needing to renew your membership each year and save money at the same time SSCP is excited

    Original URL path: http://www.sscpweb.org/page-18118 (2015-03-27)
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  • Society for a Science of Clinical Psychology - International discount
    select the option on the application page SSCP is excited to welcome international members to our organization and expand our clinical science partners around the globe We are pleased to offer a special reduced international rate for members outside of the United States and Canada 15 per year for international full members and 10 per year for international student member SSCP is excited to welcome international members to our organization and expand our clinical science partners around the globe We are pleased to offer a special reduced international rate for members outside of the United States and Canada 15 per year for international full members and 10 per year for international student member SSCP is excited to welcome international members to our organization and expand our clinical science partners around the globe We are pleased to offer a special reduced international rate for members outside of the United States and Canada 15 per year for international full members and 10 per year for international student member SSCP is excited to welcome international members to our organization and expand our clinical science partners around the globe We are pleased to offer a special reduced international rate for members outside of the United States and Canada 15 per year for international full members and 10 per year for international student member SSCP is excited to welcome international members to our organization and expand our clinical science partners around the globe We are pleased to offer a special reduced international rate for members outside of the United States and Canada 15 per year for international full members and 10 per year for international student members SSCP is excited to welcome international members to our organization and expand our clinical science partners around the globe We are pleased to offer a special reduced international

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  • Society for a Science of Clinical Psychology - Program Discount
    Initiative Previous winners Lawrence H Cohen Outstanding Mentor Award Previous awardees Student Poster Award Previous winners Dissertation Grant Award Previous winners Outstanding Student Researcher Award Previous winners Outstanding Student Teacher Award Previous winners Outstanding student clinician award Student Clinican Award Previous Winners Membership Membership application Why join SSCP How to renew Membership discounts Multi year discounts International discount Program Discount Newsletter Announcements Recent Announcements Newsletter Useful resources Internship directory and

    Original URL path: http://www.sscpweb.org/DCT-signup-page (2015-03-27)
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  • Society for a Science of Clinical Psychology - Newsletter & Announcements
    Initiative Previous winners Lawrence H Cohen Outstanding Mentor Award Previous awardees Student Poster Award Previous winners Dissertation Grant Award Previous winners Outstanding Student Researcher Award Previous winners Outstanding Student Teacher Award Previous winners Outstanding student clinician award Student Clinican Award Previous Winners Membership Membership application Why join SSCP How to renew Membership discounts Multi year discounts International discount Program Discount Newsletter Announcements Recent Announcements Newsletter Useful resources Internship directory and

    Original URL path: http://www.sscpweb.org/Newsletter (2015-03-27)
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  • Society for a Science of Clinical Psychology - Recent Announcements
    Please see comments below Also we wish to let you know the process that led to these comments We shared your proposed revisions with numerous organizations including the Society for a Science of Clinical Psychology Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies Division 12 Society of Clinical Psychology along with multiple other divisions and asked for comments Based on the feedback we received and our own discussions we then created a document outlining a series of points we wished to raise in response to your proposed revisions This document was then shared with the memberships of the same set of organizations and a survey was created to ask their agreement with the points we raised and to solicit further comments Finally the document was further revised in response to the feedback and then sent to the Boards of these organizations to check their approval of the final version Notably over 250 people completed the survey and levels of endorsement ranged from 79 91 approval so the points we raise have received broad support from the memberships of multiple organizations Please note we would be happy to talk further about any of these points Thank you again for your work on this very important issue Bethany Teachman and Mitch Prinstein current President and President elect of SSCP Dean McKay and Jon Abramowitz current President and President elect of ABCT David Tolin President of SCP APA Division 12 former APA Office of Continuing Education committee member Terry Keane President elect of SCP APA Division 12 and Jerry Davison former APA Office of Continuing Education committee member Past President of SCP APA Division 12 and ABCT and former Chair of COGDOP With endorsement from Board of Division 12 Society of Clinical Psychology Board of Division 37 Society for Child and Family Policy and Practice Board of Division 40 Society for Clinical Neuropsychology Board of Division 53 Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology Tim Wysocki President of Division 54 Society of Pediatric Psychology Board of Academy of Psychological Clinical Science Board of Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies Board of Society for a Science of Clinical Psychology Issue 1 Concern that what we perceive to be problematic programs that are not based on strong science will still qualify for approval Current wording Standard D Criterion 1 1 states Program content focuses on application of psychological assessment and or intervention methods that have overall credible empirical support in the contemporary peer reviewed scientific literature beyond those publications and other types of communications devoted primarily to the promotion of the approach Comment Overall we like the direction of these changes and recognize that it is a considerable challenge to develop wording that simultaneously sets a high bar for needing strong empirical support for programming while also recognizing that not all good programming will naturally fit a typical randomized controlled trial RCT model Our goal with these comments is to help ensure that sponsors have strong incentives to offer programming based on the best available science and to discourage programming that is not grounded in science Note we are referring here to programing that is tied to intervention delivery rather than programming on other topics such as ethics legal issues etc One option would be to recognize that there are likely two categories of intervention programs that could be approved programs that fit traditional RCT models based on DSM diagnoses or defined problem areas and programs that build on other forms of science such as basic research that supports principles of change In both cases the programming draws from empirical science but we recognize that there is more than one form of scientific study that can usefully inform intervention training For those programs that are designed to target specific diagnoses or broad based psychopathology or fit the RCT model one suggestion is to add a criterion indicating that every sponsor is required to have at least 50 of their intervention program offerings within a given review period be based on the strongest available empirical support for that topic Note this language intentionally omits the soft qualifying language such as overall credible empirical support but still recognizes that available empirical support will vary across topics To specify what programs would count for this category an easy guideline is to say that the programming must be on one of the lists of endorsed programs from published lists of treatment guidelines e g the new APA treatment guidelines the NICE guidelines Division 12 list etc While we appreciate that using lists of treatment guidelines is an imperfect heuristic it is one way to ensure strong scientific programming while also keeping the burden low for reviewers and sponsors submitting applications For the other intervention programming submitted for approval the principles and components underlying the intervention still need to be based on strong empirical science even though the program package may not have a strong empirical basis based on RCTs etc This would allow for cutting edge but still science based programs to be approved so long as the components or principles are well tested For those programs that are not derived from treatment guidelines the sponsor would have to provide some explanation and citations to argue that the intervention being taught is plausible both logically and in terms of its congruence with established information and foundational assumptions of psychology and other sciences Similarly the presenters would need to explicitly disclose the state of the science for the work being presented Note that by recognizing these two categories of intervention programs it is still explicit that both are based on sound empirically supported scientific principles so a program that does not have a strong empirical basis either for the treatment package or for its components or principles would no longer qualify for approval We note that many of these same issues also apply to training in assessments though there are fewer lists of empirically supported assessments to use as a heuristic to guide approval Finally to achieve the goal of providing sponsors

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  • Society for a Science of Clinical Psychology - Newsletter
    Award Previous Winners Membership Membership application Why join SSCP How to renew Membership discounts Multi year discounts International discount Program Discount Newsletter Announcements Recent Announcements Newsletter Useful resources Internship directory and survey Professional Training and Employment Clinical Science Links SSCP APS Psychological Science Career Mentorship Match For members Members only content Board Notes SSCP Listserv Home Newsletter Announcements Newsletter Current issue Winter 2015 Volume 18 Issue 1 Click here to

    Original URL path: http://www.sscpweb.org/clinicalscience (2015-03-27)
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  • Society for a Science of Clinical Psychology - Useful resources
    Award Previous winners Dissertation Grant Award Previous winners Outstanding Student Researcher Award Previous winners Outstanding Student Teacher Award Previous winners Outstanding student clinician award Student Clinican Award Previous Winners Membership Membership application Why join SSCP How to renew Membership discounts Multi year discounts International discount Program Discount Newsletter Announcements Recent Announcements Newsletter Useful resources Internship directory and survey Professional Training and Employment Clinical Science Links SSCP APS Psychological Science Career

    Original URL path: http://www.sscpweb.org/Professional-development (2015-03-27)
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  • Society for a Science of Clinical Psychology - Internship directory and survey
    survey Professional Training and Employment Clinical Science Links SSCP APS Psychological Science Career Mentorship Match For members Members only content Board Notes SSCP Listserv Home Useful resources Internship directory and survey Internship Directory and Survey Results The 8th edition of the Society for a Science of Clinical Psychology SSCP s Directory of Training Opportunities for Clinical Psychology Interns is here Results were compiled from clinical internship sites during the Fall of 2014 The Directory has been published by SSCP since 1974 as a resource for graduate students and clinical faculty members The Directory provides unique information not available elsewhere including research opportunities and training in empirically supported interventions Below we have posted a downloadable modifiable version of the Internship Directory that can be sorted to suit individual interests as well as a copy of the original questionnaire sent to internship training directors We have also included two articles that summarize the results of two surveys conducted by SSCP s ad hoc Committee on the Internship Match Crisis This edition of the Directory was generated and edited by Victoria Smith Rosanna Breaux Mitch Prinstein and Bethany Teachman Thanks to the many internship training directors who took the time to complete the

    Original URL path: http://www.sscpweb.org/internship (2015-03-27)
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