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  • Division 42's Mentoring program is back!

    Greetings fellow Div 42ers! We are pleased to announce that Division 42's Mentoring program is now open for business. Currently we have two programs: Student/Early Career Psychologist Mentoring and ABPP - Clinical Psychology Mentoring.

  • Division 42 Board of Directors Support APAPO Proposal

    In December 2013, the Committee for the Advancement of Professional Practice (CAPP) sent a number of recommendations to the APA Board of Directors pertaining to the structure and function of the American Psychological Association Practice Directorate (APAPO). Division 42 Board of Directors strongly supported these proposed changes. Toward that end, we expressed this support to the APA Board of Directors and to the Practice Organization.

  • 2014 Division Awards

    The Awards Committee - consisting of (in alphabetical order) Barry Anton, Jeff Barnett, Derek Phillips, Rachel Smook, and Steve Walfish - announced awards for the Psychologist of the Year, Distinguished Public Service Award, Mentoring Award, and Rosalie Weiss Award. Congratulations to all the recipients! Drs. Helen Coons, Andrew Benjamin, Armand Cerbone, and Lisa Grossman.

Member Spotlight

Meet our Member: Aimee Kotrba, Ph.D

Aimee Kotrba, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist in (Brighton, Michigan). Dr. Kotrba has been in private practice for 8 years. Dr. Kotrba specializes in Selective Mutism, a childhood anxiety disorder that results in great difficulty speaking in public places (such as school or in social situations).

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Message from the President

My view is independent psychologists are in a unique position to shape and contribute to the future. We understand human systems, from intrapsychic levels through diverse cultures, and all the levels in between, better than any health professionals. We have the science to understand what works to help individuals, couples, families, legal and political systems, to be healthy and grow. The care we provide, based on our self-generated ethical standards and clinical guidelines, unquestionably improves the health of individuals and systems, and adds value. We know how to measure these.

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