Call for Nominations: Student Member of the Division of Psychotherapy’s Publications Board
APA’s Division of Psychotherapy seeks nominations and self-nominations of student members of the Division of Psychotherapy to be considered for a two (2) year renewable appointment on the Division of Psychotherapy’s Publications Board. The Publications Board provides oversight and recommends publication policy of the division’s journal, Psychotherapy, its bulletin, Psychotherapy Bulletin, its e-mail lists, its website (www.divisionofpsychotherapy.org), and any other publications or means of communication with the division’s members that are developed or used. Service on the Division 29 Publications and Communications Board provides an excellent opportunity to gain experience in processes involved in ensuring high quality publications, becoming more involved in Division 29, and expanding one’s professional network by working collaboratively with published psychotherapy scholars.
The selected student member will be a full-voting member of the Division 29 Publications Board. The student member will attend one meeting each year in Washington, D.C., typically in January or February for one day. Additionally, the student member will participate in up to three conference calls and periodic e-mail communication throughout the year. All reasonable expenses incurred for attending the meeting in Washington, D.C. are reimbursed by the Division of Psychotherapy in keeping with its governance reimbursement policies.
To be considered for this appointment, interested individuals should forward the following materials to the Chair of the Publications Board, Dr. Jeffrey Barnett, at firstname.lastname@example.org:
1) The nominee’s identifying information to include name, degree, contact information to include e-mail address and telephone number, school and program, year in school.
2) The nominee’s c.v.
3) A brief statement of interest in service on the Pub Board, and a brief description of the nominee’s experience relevant to service on the Pub Board, and
4) A letter of recommendation from a faculty member that addresses the student’s abilities, strengths, and any other attributes or issues relevant to service on the Publications Board.
5) Additionally, the nominee must include a statement of willingness to serve for the two year term and to attend all meetings and participate actively on the Pub Board if appointed to this position.
To be considered for this position all materials must be received by Dr. Barnett by midnight on October 15, 2010.
Division 29 seeks great leaders!
Bring our best talent to the Division of Psychotherapy (29) as we put our combined talents to work for the advancement of psychotherapy.
NOMINATE YOURSELF OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW TO RUN FOR OFFICE IN THE
DIVISION OF PSYCHOTHERAPY. Print and mail this nomination form (instructions included)