Rob Heffer talks of these two as watchwords for ADPTC, and highlights the upcoming
national Spring meeting in San Diego. He also highlights the ADPTC Administrative
Guidelines for Training Clinics.
"It Works for Me": Advice and Tips for Teaching/Supervision of the Practicum Trainee
Steve Lisman, Ph.D.
If you have questions about the worth of doing supervision
and how that compares to “academic” work, check out Steve’s article about this parity
Touch in Psychotherapy
Kim Fuller, Ph.D.
To touch or not to touch? Kim Fuller presents very useful
information on questions, thinking, and action regarding this dimension of training
and practice. It arises often, and there are ethical factors of course.
The Briar Patch: Thorny Challenges for Directors
Vic Pantesco, Ph.D.
“No one ever told me this before!” This is often encountered when the Director must
confront a student whose experience so far apparently had been trouble-free.
Addressing students whose problems had been either ignored or undetected is thorny
Minutes of Business Meeting – New Orleans August 2006
You will find information about decisions and projections
for ADPTC, including: Awards; the New Listserv site; sharing meeting and
initiatives with other organizations such as CCTC; and more
Report on ADPTC at the APA Competencies Benchmarks Workgroup
Bob Hatcher, Ph.D. and Kim Lassiter, Ph.D.
Bob and Kim report on an intensive two-day effort by a
national brain trust of APA’s leaders in training and education, in which Bob
offers that it “was a highpoint for ADPTC participation in APA affairs.”
Midyear Meeting - Presentations and Photos
• Brian Lewis chaired “Best Practices for Competent Supervision in Practicum.” Judy Hyde, Kim Lassiter, and Vic Pantesco joined Brian, and Linda Forrest was the discussant.
• Erica Wise chaired “Training for Ethical and Multicultural Competencies in the Practicum.” Sonia Banks and Tony Cellucci were on the panel, and Rob Heffer was discussant.
• Eric Sauer chaired “Incorporating Research and Systematic Data Collection in the Practicum.” Terry Pace, Bonny Forrest, Bobbie Volmer were presenters, and Phyllis Terry Friedman was the discussant.