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CATEGORY 1: CARE COMMITTEE ARTICLES
Articles written by CARE Executive Committee members that have appeared in California Psychologist magazine

Date Published Title Authors Subject
November/December 2007 Our Maturing Path of Well Being: Aging Well as a Psychologist C. Joanne Crawford, PhD  
July/August 2007 Changing Times and Changing Needs - How Do You Refuel? Dani Beckerman, PsyD  
May/June 2007 State-wide CLASP Representatives Join Hands Karen Fox, PhD  
March/April 2007 Mentoring for a Multicultural Psychology Future Marina Louisa Tomazinis, MA  
November/December 2006 The Great Balancing Act: Finding the Balance Between Career and Family Kristine T. Futa, PhD  
July/August 2006 Battling Burnout Stan Bunce, PhD, ABPP  
May/June 2006 Who or What is CLASP? Dani Beckerman, PsyD  
March/April 2006 “Embracing Wellness/Prevention for Psychologists: Bold or Boring?” Bridgeman, Diane; Ph.D. Health & Psychological Fitness For Psychologists
July 2005 “Creating Collaborative Communities of Support across California” Beckerman, Dani; Psy.D. Colleague Assistance Programs For Psychologists
July 2004 Psychologists and the Patriot Act Mansdorfer, John; Ph.D. Training & Supervision
July 2003 Be A Quitter: Stop Smoking Futa, Kristine; Ph.D. Chemical Dependency & Substance Abuse
March 2003 Eating for Less Stress Murphy, Elaine; (Other) Health & Psychological Fitness For Psychologists
November 2002 Integrating Empirically-Supported Treatments into Clinical Practice Moore, Phoebe; Ph.D. Resolving Impasses & Issues In Therapeutic Relationships
September 2002 Vicarious Traumatization: September 11th and Beyond Saltzman, Kasey; Ph.D. Trauma & The Psychologist
July 2002 The Resilient Therapist Miller, Beth; Ph.D. Preventing Burnout & Promoting Well-Being For Psychologists
April 2002 The Working Pregnant Psychologist Futa, Kristine; Ph.D. Health & Psychological Fitness For Psychologists
December 2001 Approaching the Holidays Norfleet, Mary Ann; Ph.D. Preventing Burnout & Promoting Well-Being For Psychologists
October 2001 Are You a "Stressed Out" Student? Mansdorfer, John; Ph.D. Health & Psychological Fitness For Psychologists
August 2001 Gift Yourself a Present: The Gift of Mindfulness Futa, Kristine; Ph.D. & Rios, Charles; LCSW Health & Psychological Fitness For Psychologists
March 2001 Stressed Out? Get Stress Out! Futa, Kristine; Ph.D. Health & Psychological Fitness For Psychologists



CATEGORY 2: CARE RELATED ARTICLES
Topics related to colleague care and assistance by varied authors.

CATEGORY 3: CULTIVATING/MAINTAINING WELLNESS, SELF-CARE
Articles on stress reduction, occupational vulnerability, staying well, etc.

CATEGORY 4: SELF-ASSESSMENTS

CATEGORY 5: USEFUL WEBSITES AND ONLINE RESOURCES

  • CRITICAL INCIDENTS & DISASTER MENTAL HEALTH

    For those psychologists who work with trauma and respond to local and national disaster mental health needs please go to the following link (developed by our CLASP Executive Committee Member, Diane Bridgeman, PhD), for guidelines and a 21 page bibliography on critical incidents & disaster mental health as support for your efforts in assisting others and for healthy self care.

    You will also find guidelines on topics such as: "Following a Critical Incident: Tapping Into Resilience For Healthy Self Care For Volunteer Responders", "Ensuring Healthy Transitioning Post-Disaster Assignments for Mental Health Professionals", "Coping on a Disaster"," Hardship Assignment Guidelines," etc.

    http://www.sccredcross.org/general.asp?SN=2469&OP=2470&SUOP=3824&IDCapitulo=77201HH3L1
     

 

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