The Division 12 Journal, Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice changed its access policy in January 2016. Historically the Journal has been dispersed via Hard Copy (i.e., paper copy) and Members could opt for online-access if they wished to do so when they initially join and/or renewed their Division 12 membership. Starting January 1, 2016, the Journal offered online-only (i.e., electronic access) with the need to opt-in for Hard Copy if desired. This means that if you are receiving Hard Copy and wish to continue to receive Hard Copy, you will need to opt-in for that resource at the link below. Everyone else will be switched to online-only access (or continue with online-only if you were already receiving the Journal that way). Remember, online/electronic access is a great resource. Members will be able to download the pdf version and it saves the Division costly printing. If you are a Hard Copy Recipient, please consider online-only. If you have any questions or would like to opt-in for hard copy, please contact Tara Craighead at the Central Office,

Clinical Psychology: Science and PracticeJournal: Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice Edited by: J. Gayle Beck, PhD  – To access the journal on-line, you must be a paid member for this year and be registered with Wiley Interscience. Your access to the Wiley site requires a separate logon from the one used for We are working on simplifying this process. See Opt-In Announcement for Hard Copy.

The Clinical PsychologistNewsletter: The Clinical Psychologist A quarterly publication of APA Division 12, The Society of Clinical Psychology. The Clinical Psychologist communicates timely and thought-provoking information in the broad domain of clinical psychology to members of the Division. You will need Adobe Acrobat (free) to view these journals. Click HERE for the most recent edition.

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Advances in Psychotherapy: Evidence-Based PracticePublication: Advances in Psychotherapy: Evidence-Based Practice
(Series Editor: Dr. Danny Wedding) A book series developed and edited in consultation with the Society for Clinical Psychology (APA Division 12), and published with Hogrefe, containing compact guidance on empirically supported treatments for the most common disorders seen in clinical practice. Four new books are published each year, authored by leading authorities in their field. The books are available for US $29.80 each. D12 members receive a $5 discount per book, and a discount of $10 per book if they sign up for a series standing order.

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