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SfHP COVID-19 Resources

The Society for Health Psychology’s Health Policy Council complied a list of helpful evidence-based resources from APA, CDC, WHO and other nationally accredited groups We will continue to update these resources in an effort to provide support during this time Click on the image/link below for the complete list of resources COVID-19 Resources for Psychologists, Patients & Healthcare Providers  

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International Students: What Is It Like? How Can We Better Support Them?

By Darryl Sweeper, Jr., MA, and Dominic Ysidron, MS As chairs of the Diversity Council within the Society for Health Psychology’s (SfHP) Student Council, we plan to use this blog to bring awareness to the importance of diversity as pertains it to the diversity in training, diversity on campus, and more specifically diverse experiences. Our vision is to empower graduate

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Student Diversity Blog: International Perspectives (Part 3)

By Darryl Sweeper, Jr., MA In an effort to shed light on the experiences of international students studying health psychology, the SfHP Student Council’s Diversity Committee interviewed 5 graduate students from different countries of origin. To encourage honesty, we have kept the identities of these students anonymous. Below are their unedited responses. We hope that these perspectives will highlight the

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Student Diversity Blog: International Perspectives (Part 2)

By Darryl Sweeper, Jr., MA In an effort to shed light on the experiences of international students studying health psychology, the SfHP Student Council’s Diversity Committee interviewed 5 graduate students from different countries of origin. To encourage honesty, we have kept the identities of these students anonymous. Below are their unedited responses. We hope that these perspectives will highlight the

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Student Diversity Blog: International Perspectives (Part 1)

By Darryl Sweeper, Jr., MA In an effort to shed light on the experiences of international students studying health psychology, the SfHP Student Council’s Diversity Committee interviewed 5 graduate students from different countries of origin. To encourage honesty, we have kept the identities of these students anonymous. Below are their unedited responses. We hope that these perspectives will highlight the

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Student Diversity Blog: A Need for Diversity in Training

By Tamara Chavez-Strong, MA and Darryl Sweeper, Jr., MA As chairs of the Society for Health Psychology (SfHP) Student Diversity Council, we plan to use this blog to bring awareness to the importance of diversity as it pertains to diversity in training, diversity on campus, and more specifically diverse experiences. Our vision is to empower graduate students by normalizing grad school

Read More »

SfHP COVID-19 Resources

The Society for Health Psychology’s Health Policy Council complied a list of helpful evidence-based resources from APA, CDC, WHO and other nationally accredited groups We will continue to update these resources in an effort to provide support during this time Click on the image/link below for the complete list of resources COVID-19 Resources for Psychologists, Patients & Healthcare Providers  

Read More »

International Students: What Is It Like? How Can We Better Support Them?

By Darryl Sweeper, Jr., MA, and Dominic Ysidron, MS As chairs of the Diversity Council within the Society for Health Psychology’s (SfHP) Student Council, we plan to use this blog to bring awareness to the importance of diversity as pertains it to the diversity in training, diversity on campus, and more specifically diverse experiences. Our vision is to empower graduate

Read More »

Student Diversity Blog: International Perspectives (Part 3)

By Darryl Sweeper, Jr., MA In an effort to shed light on the experiences of international students studying health psychology, the SfHP Student Council’s Diversity Committee interviewed 5 graduate students from different countries of origin. To encourage honesty, we have kept the identities of these students anonymous. Below are their unedited responses. We hope that these perspectives will highlight the

Read More »

Student Diversity Blog: International Perspectives (Part 2)

By Darryl Sweeper, Jr., MA In an effort to shed light on the experiences of international students studying health psychology, the SfHP Student Council’s Diversity Committee interviewed 5 graduate students from different countries of origin. To encourage honesty, we have kept the identities of these students anonymous. Below are their unedited responses. We hope that these perspectives will highlight the

Read More »

Student Diversity Blog: International Perspectives (Part 1)

By Darryl Sweeper, Jr., MA In an effort to shed light on the experiences of international students studying health psychology, the SfHP Student Council’s Diversity Committee interviewed 5 graduate students from different countries of origin. To encourage honesty, we have kept the identities of these students anonymous. Below are their unedited responses. We hope that these perspectives will highlight the

Read More »

Student Diversity Blog: A Need for Diversity in Training

By Tamara Chavez-Strong, MA and Darryl Sweeper, Jr., MA As chairs of the Society for Health Psychology (SfHP) Student Diversity Council, we plan to use this blog to bring awareness to the importance of diversity as it pertains to diversity in training, diversity on campus, and more specifically diverse experiences. Our vision is to empower graduate students by normalizing grad school

Read More »