Psychologists in Public Service
Division 18: Psychologists in Public Service responds to the needs of the public in areas such as psychological practice, research, training and policy formation. The division is comprised of five sections representing a variety of settings: community and state hospital psychologists, criminal justice, police and public safety, psychologists in Indian Country and veterans affairs. The division and its sections provide a forum for its members to discuss common professional interests, to advocate for the mental health needs of the public and to promote the use of evaluation and research in public research programs. The newsletter Public Service Psychology is sent to members three times a year.
Anne S. Klee, PhD, New Haven, Conn.
View a list of past presidents
Mary L. Bushnell, PsyD, Tucson, Ariz.
Psychological Services (quarterly beginning in Spring 2004)
Editor: Patrick DeLeon, PhD, Bethesda, Md.
Public Service Psychology (three issues per year)
Co-Editors: Marcia Baruch, PhD, Mount Laurel, N.J. and Victor S. Wolski, PhD, HSPP, Rome, Ga.
Read about Division 18 in the Monitor
A home for Indian country psychologists
Prescription privileges, loan-repayment options and more visibility are among the priorities for an up-and-coming section of Div. 18.
- Community and State Hospital
Contact: Jon Marrelli, PsyD
- Criminal Justice
Contact: Femina Varghese, PhD
- Police and Public Safety
Contact: Ginger Hayes, PhD
- Psychologists in Indian Country
Contact: Joseph B. Stone, PhD
- Serious Mental Illness/Severe Emotional Disturbance
Contact: Mary Jansen, PhD
- Veterans Affairs
Contact: Timothy P. Carmody, PhD
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