The Clinical Psychologist Archive

1998 Vol. 51, No. 2

  • The Society of Clinical Psychology: Proposed New Name for Division 12
  • The Division of Clinical Psychology: A 50 Year Appraisal
  • Confidentiality in the Age of Managed Care
  • Confidentiality in the Age of Managed Care: From the MCO Perspective

1998 Vol. 51, No. 3

  • Should Psychologists Be Allowed to Prescribe Medications?
  • The Coping with Depression Course
  • Questionnaire on Current Practices in Psychotherapy with Women

1998 Vol. 51, No. 4

  • The Founding of the International Society of Clinical Psychology
  • Pseudoscience in Contemporary Clinical Psychology: What it is and what we can do about it
  • Behavioral Marital Therapy (BMT) for Relationship Distress
  • Why You Should Consider Board Certification

1999 Vol. 52, No. 1

  • Violence in Society: Where do we go from here?
  • Behavioral Therapy for Headache

1999 Vol. 52, No. 2

  • Studying the Therapeutic Change Process
  • Making the Most of your Clinical PhD

1999 Vol. 52, No. 3

  • Use of Mental Health Services by Ethnically Diverse Groups within the United States
  • Evolving Visions

1999 Vol. 52, No. 4

  • Clinical Science and Clinical Practice: Where to from Here?
  • Clinical Psychology and our Society: Retrospect and Prospect
  • Assessment for the Twenty-first Century: A Model Curriculum
  • The Value of Scientist-Practitioner Training in Dealing with Changing Professional Demands: What do ABPPs Think?
  • Empirically Supported Treatments and Related Contemporary Changes in Psychotherapy Practice: What do ABPPs Think?

2000 Vol. 53, No. 1

  • State of Society
  • Clinical Training for the Millennium: How Much on Managed Care?

2000 Vol. 53, No. 2

  • On Roadmaps and New Student Sections
  • Blood, Sweat and Careers

2000 Vol. 53, No. 3

  • Update and Future Plans
  • Evidence-Based Practices in Inpatient and Residential Facilities
  • The Student Forum: Blood, Sweat, and Careers II

2000 Vol. 53, No. 4

  • Clinical Interns’ Perception of Psychology and Their Place Within It. The decade of the 1990s
  • Commentary: Reclaiming mental health issues
  • Section II: Is there a baby boomer in your future?

2001 Vol. 54, No. 1 (Unavailable)

2001 Vol. 54, No. 2

  • Psychology Must Be “There”

2001 Vol. 54, No. 3

  • The Student Forum: Mental Health Service Provision in Rural Communities

2001 Vol. 54, No. 4

  • The Developmental Approach to Adult Psychopathology
  • The Scientist-Practitioner Gap and Graduate Education

2002 Vol. 55, No. 1, 2

  • Science-Based Responses to Terrorism
  • Psychology and Long-Term Mental Illness
  • Prevention of Recurrent Depression with Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Theory

2002 Vol. 55, No. 3

  • The Dissemination and Promotion of Pseudoscience in Clinical Psychology
  • Clinical Psychology in the Courtroom: Part I.
  • Building a Private Psychotherapy Practice

2002 Vol. 55, No. 4

  • Scientific Psychology and the Rorschach Inkblot Method
  • Clinical Psychology in the Courtroom: Part 2
  • Student Forum: Preparing for a Position in Clinical Psychology: Part I

2003 Vol. 56, No. 1

  • And the Band Played On: Science, Pseudoscience and the Rorschach Inkblot Method
  • Once More Around the Park: Correcting Misinformation about Rorschach Assessment
  • Mirror Me: Is this the Message Graduate Students in Clinical Psychology Get from their Graduate School Faculty?
  • Student Forum: Preparing for a Position in Clinical Psychology: Part 2

2003 Vol. 56, No. 2

  • Psychopharmacology 102 (… What They Neglected to Mention in Psychopharmacology 101)
  • Commentaries on Psychopharmacology 102

2003 Vol. 56, No. 3

  • Cultural Competence in Clinical Psychology Research
  • Clinical Psychology Records

2003 Vol. 56, No. 4

  • Technology Meets Psychology: Integrating Virtual Reality Into Clinical Practice
  • Training in Psychotherapy: Why Supervision Does Not Work
  • Applying the APA Cultural Competency Guidelines: A Cultural and Cognitive Flex Perspective
  • The Internship Match Hazing Process: A Survival Guide

2004 Vol. 57, No. 1, 2

  • Putting on Blinders or Bifocals: Using the New Multicultural Guidelines for Education and Training
  • Looking Ahead to DSM-V
  • Securing Research Funding as a Student

2004 Vol. 57, No. 3

  • Discussion and Debate: Prescription Privileges
  • Empirically Supported Therapy Relationships
  • Evidence-Based Clinical Assessment

2004 Vol. 57, No. 4

  • Graduate Students’ Views on Training to Prescribe
  • Treating Panic Disorder
  • The Role of Supervision in Clinical Training
  • Ethics made simple

2005 Vol. 58, No. 1, 2

  • Student Forum: Challenges in Predoctoral Internship Application Process
  • Some Next Steps to Improve the Usefulness of Continuing Education
  • Long-Term Care

2005 Vol. 58, No. 3

  • 10 Things I learned about Report Writing in Law School
  • Student Forum: Challenges in Predoctoral Internship Application Process Part II
  • Crisis in Children’s Mental Health Care

2005 Vol. 58, No. 4

  • Empirically Supported Treatments: 10 Years Later
  • Student Forum: Why are Graduate Students not Talking about Prescriptive Authority? A Discussion of Prescription Training for Psychologists

2006 Vol. 59, No. 1, 2

  • Internet Update
  • Early Career
  • History
  • Diversity
  • Psychopharm Update
  • Focus On… Principles of Change

2006 Vol. 59, No. 3

  • Internet Update: Get to Know Google
  • Early Career: First Job Edition
  • History: The Division of Abnormal and Clinical Psychology 1945-1955
  • Diversity: Family Connection among Haitians
  • Psychopharm Update: Will the FDA Attempt to Change Stimulant Prescribing Practices for ADHD?
  • Student Column: Congruency is Key

2006 Vol. 59, No. 4

  • Internet Update: Developing a Website
  • Early Career: Conventional Wisdom
  • History: The Division of Clinical Psychology 1955-1965
  • Student Column: Essays on Internship
  • Diversity: Cape Verdean American Women
  • Psychopharm: The Texan Medication Algorithm Project

2007 Vol. 60, No. 1

  • Internet Update: Open Access Movement
  • Early Career: Show Me the Money!
  • History: The Division of Clinical Psychology
  • Diversity: Providing Clinical Mental Health Care to Puerto Rican Children
  • Psychopharm: ADHD Stimulant Medications

2007 Vol. 60, No. 2

  • Internet Update: Top 10 Psychology Website
  • Early Career: Practice: Not Perfect?
  • Diversity: Experiences of Women of Color with Domestic Violence
  • History: The Division of Clinical Psychology, 1975-1985
  • Student Column: An Interview with Edmund Neuhaus
  • Psychopharm Column: New Methodology for Classifying Harm Associated with Substance Use
  • Division 12: Developing a New Identity

2007 Vol. 60, No. 3

  • Internet Update: Mailing List Pet Peeves
  • Early Career: (Super) Vision Quest
  • Diversity: The Effects of Domestic Violence on Children of Color (Part II)
  • History: The Division of Clinical Psychology, 1985-95
  • Student Column: Interdisciplinary Research Institutes Free your Time and your Mind!
  • Federal Advocacy Column: Political Outreach
  • Psychopharm Update: Addressing Troubling Issues in Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology: A Call for Ideas

2008 Vol. 61, No. 1

  • Internet Update: The Readers Respond!
  • Early Career: Money Matters
  • History: The Society of Clinical Psychology, 1995-2005
  • Student Column: What to do once Internship is through: Finding the Post-Doc that’s best for you!
  • Diversity: Youths of Color – Strengths and Protective Factors
  • Psychopharm Update: Lilly Compound takes a “New Approach” to the Pharmacology of Schizophrenia
  • Clinical Update: DBT for Suicidal Multi-Problem Adolescents

2008 Vol. 61, No. 2

  • Internet Update: “On the Call for Civility on List Servers”
  • Early Career: Political “Psy-ence”
  • History Column: Our Perennial Bifurcated Identity
  • Student Column: Perspectives on Professional Development in Psychology: An Interview with Elizabeth Kensinger
  • Psychopharm Update: Ethical Considerations in Discussing Medications with Clients
  • Diversity: The Connection Between Language and Culture

2008 Vol. 61, No. 3 (Unavailable)

2009 Vol. 62, No. 1

  • Internet Update: Online Mental Health – E-Therapy
  • Early Career Column: Psychology in a “Disordered” Economy
  • History Column: Psychology and Syndromal Diagnosis: Then and Now
  • Student Column: Psychology and Society: How Society Shapes Science and Science Shapes Society
  • Psychopharm Update: Ethical Considerations in Discussing Medications with Clients: Part III
  • Federal Advocacy: Personalize Your Own Pathway to Advocacy

2009 Vol. 62, No. 2

  • Internet Update: A Commentary on E-Therapy
  • Early Career Column: Association Navigation
  • History Column: Interesting Times – A Wonderful Journey
  • Student Column: Jobs in Clinical Psychology – How to Fulfill your Dream of being a Scientist-Practitioner
  • Psychopharm Update: Recent Landmark Studies in the Treatment of Child-Adolescent Anxiety and Depression
  • Diversity Column: International Psychology – Challenges and Promises of a Growing Movement

2009 Vol. 62, No. 3

  • Internet Update: The Clinical Psychologist, Internet Update – Literally!
  • Early Career Column: What Comes After “Early”?
  • History Column: The Society of Clinical Psychology and the International Association of Applied Psychology, 1982-2010
  • Student Column: Getting the Most out of Graduate School in Clinical Psychology
  • Psychopharm Update: A New Model for Combining Pharmacotherapy and Psychotherapy in the Treatment of Anxiety Disorders

2010 Vol. 63, No. 1

  • What do Clinicians Want? An Investigation of EST Training Desires
  • Diversity: Looking Back to Move Forward
  • Federal Advocacy Column: The APA Public Policy Advocacy Network
  • Technology Update
  • History Column: Evolution of the Concept of a Right to Effective Treatment
  • Ethics Update: Can I Keep a Secret

2010 Vol. 63, No. 2

  • Minimizing the Risk of Patient-Clinician Violence: A Clinical Primer
  • Biological Bias in National Institute of Mental Health’s Consumer Brochures for Psychological Disorders
  • Early Career Column: Now are you done?
  • History Column: How Abnormal Psychology and Clinical Psychology got their Link
  • Ethics Update: To Tweet or Not to Tweet, That is the Question
  • Technology Update: (Mental) Health Information Technology

2010 Vol. 63, No. 3

  • Current Status and Future Directions of Clinical Psychology in Vietnam
  • Clinicians’ Experiences in using an Empirically Supported Treatment (EST) for Panic Disorder: Results of a Survey
  • Diversity Column: What Clinicians and Researchers Should Know About Sexual Orientation
  • History Column: Paul Meehl and Hans Eysenck: The Odd Couple
  • Ethics Update: Boundary Crossing in Academia
  • Student Column: Announcing a Mentorship Program for Students and Early Career Clinical Psychologists
  • Technology Update: Virtual Environments for Clinical Psychologists
  • Early Career Column: The business Side of Things

2011 Vol. 64, No. 1

  • Division 12 benefits as viewed by graduate student and early career members
  • History Column: How Clinical Psychology Linked up with Applied Behavior Analysis
  • Diversity Column: What you don’t know can hurt others: using the IAT to promote cultural sensitivity
  • Ethics Update: Ethics Issues in Clinical Supervision
  • Student Column: Get the postdoctoral fellowship you want
  • Technology Update: Using the Internet for Psychosocial and Behavioral Health Interventions: Considerations for Research and Practice
  • Early Career Column: Getting licensed

2011 Vol. 64, No. 2

  • Ethics Update: Research Findings on Psychotherapist-Client Interactions on the Internet
  • Diversity Column: New Practice Guidelines for Psychological Practice with Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Clients
  • History Column: Three Models for Training Clinical Psychologists
  • Early Career Column: Decreasing Educational Debt
  • Student Column: Internship on the Horizon – Recommendations for a Successful Transition
  • Technology Update: Assessment Center – A Data Collection Tool

2011 Vol. 64, No. 3

  • Ethics Update: Research Findings on Psychotherapist-Client Interactions on the Internet
  • Diversity Column: New Practice Guidelines for Psychological Practice with Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Clients
  • History Column: Three Models for Training Clinical Psychologists
  • Early Career Column: Decreasing Educational Debt
  • Student Column: Internship on the Horizon – Recommendations for a Successful Transition
  • Technology Update: Assessment Center – A Data Collection Tool

2011 Vol. 64, No. 4

  • Clinical Psychology: Something Rich and Strange
  • Ethics Update: Turn out the lights, the party’s over: Ethics and end of career considerations
  • Diversity Column: The Psychological Importance of Subtle Bias
  • History Column: Remembering George Kelly
  • Early Career Column: Early career considerations in independent practice
  • Federal Advocacy Column: Advocacy for Our Profession: The Role of State Psychological Association Membership
  • Student Column: Strategies for Publishing in Graduate School
  • Technology Update: Behavioral Intervention Technologies (BITs): Harnessing Wireless and Web-based Technologies to Deliver Care

2012 Vol. 65, No. 1

  • A New Year, A New Day
  • Diversity Column: Cognitive and Behavioral Therapies for Diverse Populations – A “Report Card” Regarding Research Activities
  • Early Career Column: Life-Work Balance: Tipping the Scale Toward a Piece of Mind
  • Ethics Column: Practical Ethics
  • Federal Advocacy Column: Health Care Reform Begins to Take Shape With or Without Psychologists – You Choose
  • History Column: Remembering George Kelly
  • Student Column: Making an Impact – How Clinical Psychology Students Can Foster Positive Change
  • Technology Update: Invitation to a brief, web-based survey

2012 Vol. 65, No. 2

  • Diversity Column: Loving Day – Remembering, in Order to Not Forget
  • Early Career Column: Thinking Out of the Box – Non-traditional Career Opportunities for Clinical Psychologists
  • Student Column: Learning How to Be a Clinician
  • History Column: Arnold Gesell as a Clinical Psychologist
  • Federal Advocacy Column: Become a Key Contact for Psychology!

2012 Vol. 65, No. 3

  • On Becoming a Fellow of the Society of Clinical Psychology
  • The Strong African American Families (SAAF) Program: Bridging the Gap in Prevention Science
  • Psychology & the New MCAT
  • History Column: Edgar A. Doll as a Clinical Psychology Leader
  • Technology Update: Behavioral Intervention Technologies to Support the Health and Development of LGBT Youth
  • Student Column: How Social Cognitive Career Theory Can Influence Career Development in Clinical Psychology
  • Early Career Column: Is Administration for You?
  • Federal Advocacy Column: Educating Stakeholders About the Affordable Care Act

2012 Vol. 65, No. 4

  • Bridging the Gap Between Research and Practice in VA Psychotherapeutic Care
  • Diversity Column: Subgroup Differences in Asian Americans
  • History Column: Children, Adolescents, and Clinical Psychology Organizations: Division 12’s “Empty Nest”
  • Technology Update: Clinical Psychology in the Era of Electronic Health Records and “Meaningful Use”
  • Student Column: The Importance of Training Students in Evidence-based Practice
  • Early Career Column: Time for Negotiation
  • Federal Advocacy Column: APA Communities – State Health Care Reform Group

2013 Vol. 66, No. 1

  • Quo Vadis Clinical Psychology
  • Bridging Research and Practice in Community-Based Minor Consent Treatment Programs
  • Ethics Column: Ethics Ain’t Easy
  • Student Column: Are Psychologists’ Attitudes about Borderline Personality Disorder Keeping Pace with Science?

2013 Vol. 66, No. 2

  • The Multi-Tentacles Society
  • Closing the Science-Practice Gap with the DSM-5 Cultural Formulation Interview (CFI)
  • Ethics Column: Tales of Multiple Relationships
  • Student Column: Diagnostic Controversies and the Changing Face of Clinical Psychology

2013 Vol. 66, No. 3

  • Clinical Psychology in the Future
  • Ethics Column: Ethics, Self-Care and Infirmity I: Rituals to Develop Health-Enhancing Habits
  • Student Column: Transdiagnostic Psychotherapy Training
  • Federal Advocacy Column: How will practice take shape in the new healthcare environment?

2013 Vol. 66, No. 4

  • Thank you to those who participate
  • Using technology to extend the reach of psychological services
  • A critical examination of the movement toward evidence-based mental health treatments in the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
  • Does clinical practice inform clinical research?
  • Ethics Column: Ethics, Injury, and Illness II – Considering Catastrophe

2014 Vol. 67, No. 1

  • President’s Column: Empirically supported treatments: an agenda for 2014
  • History Column: Darwin and clinical psychology
  • Ethics Column:Addressing ethical concerns about colleagues via informal means
  • Student Column: Psychology trainees’ use of disclosure in clinical psychotherapy supervision

2014 Vol. 67, No. 2

  • President’s Column: Who knew the Society did so much stuff?
  • Being women of color, mothers, and doctorate students in clinical psychology
  • Ethics Column: Skepticism and credulousness among scientist-practitioner psychologists
  • Student Column: Self-care and self-compassion for graduate students
  • APA adopts a more efficient governance system