Society of Clinical Psychology
Division 12 of the APA
The field of Clinical Psychology involves research, teaching and services relevant to the applications of principles, methods, and procedures for understanding, predicting, and alleviating intellectual, emotional, biological, psychological, social and behavioral maladjustment, disability and discomfort, applied to a wide range of client populations. In theory, training, and practice, Clinical Psychology strives to recognize the importance of diversity and strives to understand the roles of gender, culture, ethnicity, race, sexual orientation, and other dimensions of diversity.
The mission of the Society of Clinical Psychology is to represent the field of Clinical Psychology through encouragement and support of the integration of clinical psychological science and practice in education, research, application, advocacy and public policy, attending to the importance of diversity.
2018 APA Convention – San Francisco, CA
Make sure to check our 2018 APA Convention Page here!
There is information on programming, our hospitality suite events, Awards Ceremony & Social Hour and more.
New Live CE Webinars
We are delighted to provide you with a preview of our upcoming live CE webinar offerings for 2018. Keep an eye out for Webinar details!
- Primary Care and Behavioral Health Integration, with Drs. Andrew Bertagnolli, former Director of Integrated Behavioral Health at Kaiser Permanente’s Care Management Institute, and Thekla Ross, of Kaiser Permanente Care Management Institute, Northern California Division of Research
- Pediatric Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, with Dr. John Piacentini, Director of the University of California, Los Angeles, Center for Child Anxiety Resilience Education and Support
- mHealth, with Dr. David Mohr, Director of the Center for Behavioral Intervention Technologies at Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University
- Evidence-Based Mindfulness for Dealing with Stress, with Drs. Patti Robinson and Kirk Strosahl, founders of Mountainview Consulting Group and co-founders of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
- Pharmacological Augmentation of Evidence-Based Therapies, with Dr. Michael Otto, Director of the Translational Research Program at the Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders at Boston University, past President of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, past President of SCP, and Fellow of the APA
As you can see, we have quite the lineup planned and are excited about the many experts in our field who have agreed to present. As you plan for completion of your CE credits, keep in mind that our live webinars provide audience members with a rare opportunity to ask presenters questions about their research and practice, thus maximizing learning opportunities. Webinars last 1 hour, offer 1 CE credit, and cost $15 for SCP members.