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APA Statement on Proposed Reforms of Sexual Assault Rules for Universities

Changes could deter victims from coming forward, says APA president

Clinician's Corner

Designing and Reporting Qualitative Clinical Research

The Office of Continuing Education offers monthly workshops that feature practitioners and scholars working in key areas of professional practice

APA in the News
APA in the News

How the cave ordeal could affect the Thai soccer team's mental health

Doctors are concerned about the psychological effects of the ordeal and how it could affect their overall mental health

News from APA

APA discussed the mental health gap at the World Health Organization forum

APA joined other mental health-focused organizations at WHO’s headquarters in Geneva.

Education blog news roundup

'Unprecedented' turnout by college students in midterm elections, teachers' mental health and more in this week's news roundup.

Advice for psychologists who want to run for office

Psychologists can make a difference in their entire community.

Nondiet approaches offer help for emotional eating

Haica Rosenfeld uses a blend of mindfulness and other nondiet, evidence-based approaches to help women adopt attitudes and behaviors that support health.


I am Psyched! Florida State University

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

ABCT 52nd Annual Convention

The annual convention brings the cognitive-behavioral community together to explore current developments in research about issues that surround CBT and how it intersects with other disciplines.

LGBTQ Intersectionality with Kink Sexualities

This Div. 44 webinar will provide an overview of the intersections of LGBTQ communities and kink/BDSM/leather communities, and discusss on relevant issues related to clinical practice with people who have multiple minority status in relation to sexual identities.

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