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Patient-Provider Interactions Lacking in Empathy Can Contribute to Ableism in Health Care and Have Negative Impacts on Patients with Disabilities

Conversation Corner

Gender-Affirming Treatment within Pediatric Medical Settings: Obstructing the Pathway to Chronic Stress

Clinical Highlight

Opportunities and Challenges of Pediatric Integrated Primary Care

Interdisciplinary Corner

Public Health Perspectives for Psychologists in Clinical Settings: A Reflection

The Creative Outlet

A Tribute to Neil Schneiderman, Ph.D. from the University of Miami Health Psychology Faculty and Graduate Students

Society News

Careers in Health Psych Spotlight: An Interview with Dr. Katherine Meyers, an Integrated Primary Care Psychologist

A Word from the Student Advisory Council

Apolipoprotein -B: The Up and Coming Risk Factor for Cardiovascular Disease?

Research Highlight

Graduation Session

The Creative Outlet

What Mental Health Providers Need to Know About Treating Patients Living With HIV

Clinical Highlight

“Drop and give me a thought log!”: The Role of a Military Health Psychologist

Interdisciplinary Corner

Articles

Interested In Joining Our Web Editorial Team?

Call for Nominations:  Web Editorial Team The Society for Health Psychology (SfHP; Division 38 of the American Psychological Association) is now accepting nominations for members of the Web Editorial Team (www.SocietyforHealthPsychology.org) for the years 2021-2023.  Candidates must be members of the Society. Duties include monitoring and updating web content, coordinating with SfHP Board and Committee leadership, investigating and suggesting improvements

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A Call to Action: Graduate Students of Color and Mental Health (Part 2)

By: Marc Chaney, MA  For part two of this call to action, two main factors that affect mental health for students of color will be explored as mechanisms of change: mentorship and an inclusive learning environment. Faculty mentorship is considered one of the most important resources for students and includes opportunities for research collaboration, authorship, grant writing, and applying for

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Presidential Address: State of the Society 2020

“Usually at this time of year, we’d be gathering for cutting-edge scientific sessions, innovative practice workshops, and convivial social events at APA Convention . . . but this has not been a “usual” kind of year!” The Society for Health Psychology President, Zeeshan Butt, PhD has provided the following virtual presidential address:    

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Words Matter (Part 1)

By Darryl Sweeper, Jr., MA, and Dominic Ysidron, MS “We should acknowledge that the childhood adage, ‘sticks and stones can break my bones, but names can never hurt me,’ is patently untrue. Words and the meanings with which they are imbued can achieve accuracy and relevance, or they can transmit dangerous stereotypes and half-truths. They can empower or disempower, humanize

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Welcome to the first ever SfHP Diversity and Inclusion Officer

The Society for Health Psychology would like to welcome our first ever Diversity and Inclusion Officer, Tanecia Blue, PhD, ABPP Dr. Blue is a board-certified health psychologist and serves as the Chief of the Behavioral Medicine Service at Tripler Army Medical Center in Honolulu, Hawaii. She was notably involved in diversity work within her state psychological association. Dr. Blue will

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Interested In Joining Our Web Editorial Team?

Call for Nominations:  Web Editorial Team The Society for Health Psychology (SfHP; Division 38 of the American Psychological Association) is now accepting nominations for members of the Web Editorial Team (www.SocietyforHealthPsychology.org) for the years 2021-2023.  Candidates must be members of the Society. Duties include monitoring and updating web content, coordinating with SfHP Board and Committee leadership, investigating and suggesting improvements

Read More »

A Call to Action: Graduate Students of Color and Mental Health (Part 2)

By: Marc Chaney, MA  For part two of this call to action, two main factors that affect mental health for students of color will be explored as mechanisms of change: mentorship and an inclusive learning environment. Faculty mentorship is considered one of the most important resources for students and includes opportunities for research collaboration, authorship, grant writing, and applying for

Read More »

Presidential Address: State of the Society 2020

“Usually at this time of year, we’d be gathering for cutting-edge scientific sessions, innovative practice workshops, and convivial social events at APA Convention . . . but this has not been a “usual” kind of year!” The Society for Health Psychology President, Zeeshan Butt, PhD has provided the following virtual presidential address:    

Read More »

Words Matter (Part 1)

By Darryl Sweeper, Jr., MA, and Dominic Ysidron, MS “We should acknowledge that the childhood adage, ‘sticks and stones can break my bones, but names can never hurt me,’ is patently untrue. Words and the meanings with which they are imbued can achieve accuracy and relevance, or they can transmit dangerous stereotypes and half-truths. They can empower or disempower, humanize

Read More »

Welcome to the first ever SfHP Diversity and Inclusion Officer

The Society for Health Psychology would like to welcome our first ever Diversity and Inclusion Officer, Tanecia Blue, PhD, ABPP Dr. Blue is a board-certified health psychologist and serves as the Chief of the Behavioral Medicine Service at Tripler Army Medical Center in Honolulu, Hawaii. She was notably involved in diversity work within her state psychological association. Dr. Blue will

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