Social Media Committee

The Social Media Committee is a subsidiary committee to the Publications and Communications Council and serves to provide communication and administration on various social media networking sites (e.g., Facebook, Twitter, and Linkedin) on behalf of SfHP.

We provide SfHP members and those interested in health psychology with an online publication of SfHP news and events as well as topics related to health psychology through various social media networking sites.

How can I post to SfHP social media sites?
Please contact the Chair of the Social Media Committee at to post to our social media sites.  The Chair oversees and approves all posts made to our social media sites.  All posts must follow APA and SfHP Social Media Policies.

How can I post information about my personal business, organization, and/or publications to SfHP social media sites?
In order to maintain our 501(c) (3) tax exempt status, we must ban the use of our social media sites for commercial use or to promote the financial or commercial interests of others, as these are not tax-exempt purposes.

Special Activities/Links

The Committee is working on increasing the use of video content for the public about SfHP and our membership.


New Initiatives

The Social Media Committee is interested in video production of SfHP members to highlight their scholarly activities as well as the Division’s Councils and Committees.  Please contact the Chair of the Social Media Committee at if you are interested in contributing to this work.


Alexandra Gee, PsyD

Social Media Editor

University of Cincinnati

Jessica Dietch

Member, Social Media Committee

D38 Graduate Student Council
University of North Texas

Julie Balzano, PhD

Member, Social Media Committee

Mount Sinai Beth Israel

Samantha Carreon

Member, Social Media Committee

Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science

Selina Mangassarian, MA

Member, Social Media Committee

California School of Professional Psychology

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