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working group members
Working Group Members
  • Sally M. Hage, John Romano, Maureen Kenny, Jon Schwartz, Michael Waldo, Bob Conyne, Steve Danish, Joel Wong, Debbie Ainbinder, Robert Priedel, Collie Conoley, Mike Scheel, Vicki Campbell, Cassandra Pasquariello, Liz Keys, Tosha Larson, Connie Matthews, Andy Horne, Lynn Bufka, Aimee Arikian, Paula Luginbuhl
major issues discussed
Submission of the Prevention Best Practice Guidelines (TCP Major Contribution, July 2007) to appropriate APA committees with goal of adoption by APA

Infusion of prevention into CCPTP and APA Accreditation Standards

Collaboration with other sections of Division 17 and other APA Divisions for the creation of an interdivisional task force on prevention

Infusion of prevention theory and practice into the training of Counseling Psychologists

Expansion of opportunities for publication of prevention work

Expansion of the Division 17 Prevention Section Website

Collaborate with policy makers to advance the Prevention Section agenda at institutional and governmental levels (e.g. schools)

Expand consultation training opportunities in Counseling Psychology Training Programs

Major Issues Discussed
goals outcomes for future
Adoption of the Best Practice Prevention Guidelines as APA policy

Infusion of prevention training into CCPTP competencies for doctoral training

Organize a training session on prevention for CCPTP mid-year meeting

Prevention represented as an expectation of competency in APA accreditation standards

Prevention practice to be counted as clinical training hours for pre-doctoral internships and licensure

Goals/Outcomes for Future
goals outcomes for future1
Creation of an active interdisciplinary APA task force on prevention

Address prevention practice within the aging population

Promote prevention theory, practice, and research internationally

Creation of an electronic resource bank of tools for prevention

As an expectation of training require a competency in systems theory and change to promote social change

Goals/Outcomes for Future
next steps opportunities for involvement
APA Boston Convention Hospitality Suite session to help form the APA interdisciplinary task force on prevention

Contact Division 17 APA Council of Representatives and other Division 17 members who are active in APA governance to move the Best Practices in Prevention agenda forward

Next Steps & Opportunities for Involvement
next steps opportunities for involvement1
Continue electronic dialogue among subgroups of our larger workgroup

Update and infuse information into the Prevention Section webpage

Encourage active involvement of new members of the Prevention Section

Connect with APA Directorate

Next Steps & Opportunities for Involvement
contact information for getting involved
To join Prevention Section, contact Jonathan Schwartz, Chair elect of Prevention Section,

To join the working group, contact Sally Hage at , John Romano at, Maureen Kenny,

Contact Information for Getting Involved