From your Editors

  From Your Editors at The Group Psychologist – Winter can bring on a time for self-reflection. The quietness of the season, the (often) cold night air, and witnessing the dormancy or hibernation state that many natural beings go through,… Read More ›

President-Elect’s Column

Call to Action on Awards As the incoming President-elect of the Society, it is my privilege to seek out nominations for Society awards. Awards are important because they give recognition and encouragement to people and programs that have poured their… Read More ›

President’s Column

President’s Column Recently Division 49 participated in a resubmission of a petition to the Education Directorate of the APA Commission for the Recognition of Specialities and Proficiencies in Professional Psychology (CRSPPP) to have Group Psychology and Group Psychotherapy receive designation… Read More ›

Group Psychotherapy Column

Cognitive Experiential Group Therapy: A model for a variety of clinical and college counseling settings Thomas Treadwell Ed.D., CGP, Deborah Dartnell, MA, MSOD, Ainsley Stenroos, MA, & Brittni Gettys, BA Cognitive Experiential Group therapy is a powerful tool for growth and… Read More ›

Group Dynamics Editor

Call for Nominations for Journal Editor of Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice The Society of Group Psychology and Group Psychotherapy (Division 49) of the American Psychological Association has opened nominations for the Editorship of the Division’s journal, Group Dynamics: Theory,… Read More ›

Prevention Corner

Prevention Corner This will be my last prevention corner.  My husband and I are retiring in May.  I want to thank the Division 49 leadership and especially Tom and everyone who has worked on the newsletter for inviting me to… Read More ›

Diversity Committee

Recognizing Student and Professional Contributions to Diversity in Group Psychology and Group Psychotherapy The Society of Group Psychology and Group Psychotherapy Diversity Committee is pleased to announce a new Student Award for Outstanding Contribution to Diversity in Group Psychology. This… Read More ›