Elaine Clanton Harpine

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 ›

Group-Centered Prevention in Mental Health

Group-Centered Prevention in Mental Health Elaine Clanton Harpine, Ph.D. Reviewed by John Dagley, Ph.D. Elaine Clanton Harpine focuses attention throughout her new book, Group-Centered Prevention in Mental Health, on the most important aspect of prevention, namely, “group process.” Unfortunately, to… Read More ›

Prevention Corner

Should Students be Retained or Socially Promoted When They are Failing Academically? Elaine Clanton Harpine, Ph. D. School questions seem to dominate our list of concerns once again. Parents, teachers, and school psychologists seem to be seeking answers to the… Read More ›

Prevention Corner

This is our second column on our series on developing training programs in group prevention. In our last column, two experts in the field of group prevention, Robert K. Conyne, Ph.D. and Arthur M. Horne, Ph. D., presented two perspectives… Read More ›