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2017 APF/APA Travel Grants

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Jean Keim, Ph.D.

Up to $2,000 available for research/travel related to group psychology and group psychotherapy

 Request for Proposals for the 2017 APF Division 49 Group Psychology/Group Psychotherapy Grants and The Division 49 Group Psychology/Group Psychotherapy Travel Grants  seeks to support research and scholarly works that further the advancement of group psychology and group psychotherapy:

APF/Division 49 Group Psychology Grant ($2,000): supports innovative group psychology research focused toward groups in applied settings.

APF/Division 49 Group Psychotherapy Grant ($2,000): supports innovative group psychotherapy research applied to small groups in a naturalistic setting.

APF/Division 49 Travel Grant ($1,000): available to a graduate student or member of Div. 49 for travel associated with meeting with a mentor/researcher to improving their teaching, supervision, clinical work or research.

Click here to review the APF Division 49 Group Psychology and Group Psychotherapy Grants flyer

Click here to review the APF Division 49 Group Psychology and/or Group Psychotherapy Travel Grant flyer

Please see our website for more information:

http://www.apa.org/apf/funding/div-49-psychology.aspx

http://www.apa.org/apf/funding/div-49-psychotherapy.aspx

http://www.apa.org/apf/funding/div-49-travel.aspx

The deadline for applications is June 1, 2017.  Please feel free to distribute this call as you see fit.  Thank you for your time.

 

Colleen Harwood

Program Coordinator

American Psychological Foundation

750 First Street, NE

Washington, DC 20002

P: (202) 336-5843 I F: (202) 336-5812 I charwood@apa.org

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Special Issue – International Journal of Group Psychotherapy

Call for Submissions

Group Dynamics and Race

The International Journal of Group Psychotherapy will publish a special issue on group dynamics and race in 2018. We are interested in receiving original theoretical, clinical, or research-based articles, including literature reviews, relevant to the problems of, and innovative solutions to, race relations.

Below are examples of interest for this special issue:

  • Racial bias, implicit or explicit, systemic or individual, and the facilitation of group psychotherapy in various settings.
  • Scholarly articles relevant to race that address institutional group phenomena, such as (but not limited to) business, government, education, and criminal justice.
  • Implications for our profession, such as preparation for clinical intervention in a racially mixed society.
  • Current challenges, domestic or international, such as denial of historical facts or promotion of racial myths by advocacy groups.
  • Analysis of the role of social media in drawing the isolate into online group identity based on racial bias.

We seek articles showing knowledge of group theory, clinical psychology, education, sociology, etc., with professional emphasis on the impact of racism on society. Potential contributors are invited to submit proposals by April 1, 2017, via email in abstract or summary form (500-700 words) to the editor, Dominick Grundy, Ph.D., grundyd4@earthlink.net. Those invited will be expected to submit within four months of notification. Manuscripts are submitted via Scholar One and peer-reviewed.

Articles are normally 25 double-spaced pages (including tables and references) and Brief Reports under 10 pages. Authors are held responsible for following APA style. For more information about the submission process, go online to the International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, then select the publisher’s website (Taylor & Francis online). For Instructions for Authors, use this link:  http://www.agpa.org/home/practice-resources/international-journal-of-group-psychotherapy#tab1.  Send email queries to the editor, Dominick Grundy, Ph.D., grundyd4@earthlink.net.