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The California Psychologist

Psychology in the Public Sector

Spring 2016 - Volume 49, Number 2

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FEATURE ARTICLES

8 Psychology from the Citzenry: Reflections from a Public Primary Care Psychology Clinic
David W. Hindman, PhD and Shin Ock, MA

12 A Need for Psychologist in Primary Care
Andrea Chu, PhD and Phoebe Tieu, PsyD

16 J of all Trades: Psychologist in College Counseling Centers
Wei-Chien Lee, PhD, Jason Wu, BA, Polin Shamarieyva and Ronald Ma, MS

22 Public Sector Employment for Psychologists: Adjusting to Ethical and Practice Challenges  ¤ FREE ARTICLE ¤
Craig J. Lareau, PhD, ABPP

24  Current Training Needs in Public Sector Mental Health
Stephanie N. Williams, PhD, Nevena Misceivc, MS and Sarah LaTess

FEATURE COLUMNS

32 Nonnative Accents: What do you hear when I say my name?
Rut Gubkin, PhD and Jocelyn Meza, MA

33 A Growing Specality Leads to a New Sports & Performance Psychology Section for Division I
Sari Shepphird, PhD

IN EVERY ISSUE

5 FROM THE EDITOR: Psychologist in Public Sector Workplace
Valerie B. Jordan, PhD

6 FROM THE PRESIDENT: Professional Role Models: Professors and Supervisors
Jorge Wong, PhD

7 FROM THE CEO: Looking for Help in all the Right Places
Jo Linder-Crow, PhD

27 LAW FOR PSYCHOLOGIST: The Professional Will: What It Is and Why Have One?
Sharon Hightower, Esq

29 ETHICS CORNER: Any Questions? CPA Ethics On Call and Professional Practice Consultations
Elizabeth Winkelman, JD, PhD and Mary Harb Sheets, PhD

34 CHAPTER & VERSE

36 NEW MEMBERS

39 CLASSIFIEDS

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