Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice
News and Announcements
Big news! Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice is joining the APA Journals family starting January 2021
As a benefit of your Society of Clinical Psychology (APA Division 12) membership, you have digital access to Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice (CP:SP).
Starting in January 2021, CP:SP will be published by the American Psychological Association (APA), and the way you electronically access the journal will change. To ensure you continue to have digital access to the journal in the new year, please take the following steps:
- If you are not a member of the APA or do not have a current account with the APA:
- Visit my.apa.org and click on “Create an Account”
- Enter the email address you used to sign up with your society as your username and create a password
- If you are a member of the APA or if you already have an established login account with the APA:
- Visit my.apa.org and login with your current username and password.
Beginning in 2021, you’ll be able to use your APA account to view the citation and full text of any article published in the journal through the APA PsycNet database.
Affiliate and full members of Division 12 also have the option to opt in for a print subscription. If you have opted in for print, you’ll continue to receive a print copy of the journal.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions!
Introducing CPSP’s new Editor In Chief Dr. Art Nezu. For more information on Dr. Nezu click here.
Make sure to check out Volume 26 Issue 1
The issue is available at the link below:
You can also get more information about the issue on the Division 12 Website, click here
Please note that Hard Copies are being mailed to those who have opted in for Hard Copy – please allow 1 – 2 weeks.
If you wish to receive Hard Copies of the Journal and you have not signed up already or you are having issues accessing the Journal and you are a current 2018 member, please email Central Office at email@example.com.
Please note only Full and Affiliate Members are eligible for Hard Copies.
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