STEPPING UP TO THE PLATE: Opportunities and Challenges for Women in Leadership Susan H. McDaniel, Ph.D., ABPP and Nadine Kaslow, Ph.D., ABPP “As we look ahead into the next century, leaders will be those who empower others.” Bill Gates The two… Read More ›
Somatization Disorder is a condition that is both hard to diagnose and hard to treat. For many years, I was Chief Psychologist of a thousand-bed hospital outpatient mental health clinic. While I mean absolutely no disrespect by this comment, I… Read More ›
As Chair of the Diversity Committee for Division 49, I wanted to focus my columns on building multicultural competency in group therapy practices with an emphasis on providing something useful to the practitioner. To set the stage, I’d like to… Read More ›
Conclusions regarding treatment efficacy are best justified when ascertained with a high level of measurement precision, rigorous methods, and inferences accurately reflecting the research question (Cook & Campbell, 1979; Bednar, Burlingame, & Masters, 1988).
This set of guidelines closely follows a chapter from my book titled, “Sparky Says Hello” and should be read in connection with this article.
Selection of a new committee chair for 2014-2016, awarding of the 2013 Diversity award, and summary of the diversity committee symposium at APA.
The subject of training in group prevention is a frequently discussed topic at conferences and conventions these days.