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Statement of APA in Response to Texas School Shooting

APA President Jessica Henderson Daniel, PhD, responds to the shooting at a high school in Santa Fe, Texas

Clinician's Corner

Group delivery of PTSD treatment

APA offers monthly workshops that feature leading practitioners and scholars working in key areas of professional practice

APA in the News
APA in the News

Companies not doing enough to combat sexual harassment

Training won't effectively change people's behavior or a corporate culture where sexual harassment is common.


Monitor on Psychology

Essential reading for psychologists


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Latest psychological research published in APA journals, news about APA and more


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Articles and research trends in journals published by APA

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How to review a manuscript

Journal editors identify 10 key steps for would-be reviewers.

Psych Learning Curve news roundup

Pursuing your PhD with a family, homework help and more in this week's news roundup.

CE Corner: What should you do if a case is outside your skill set?

Cinical experts discuss how to determine whether you are in over your head with a client, and if so, what to do about it.

New book: 'Feminist Therapy'

Laura S. Brown, PhD, reviews the history, theory, empirical basis, and practice of feminist therapy.


I am Psyched! at Palo Alto University

2018 Heritage Month events celebrate women of color psychologists who are first to achieve significant professional milestones.

Applying Hope to Couple Therapy

Gain tools to implement the empirically supported treatment modality of Hope Focused couples therapy with couple assessment.

Future Directions Forum

The forum delivers interactive professional development workshops that give attendees the tools they need to become strategic, successful scientists who are moving the field of child and adolescent mental health forward.

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