Call for Student Research Award Submissions

*Students Apply Now for Grants to Support Your Innovative Research!* Each year the Society for Health Psychology sponsors five graduate student awards to support new research. Each award is for $1500. The awards may cover any topic in health psychology, including, but not limited to the following topic areas: Understanding the etiology, promotion and maintenance of health Prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of physical illness Psychological, social, emotional … Continue reading Call for Student Research Award Submissions

Early Career Professionals Corner: Navigating the Question, “What am I worth?”

Vaneeta Sandhu, PsyD It is rare that graduate students learn the business of a psychology practice, including how to bill, work with insurance companies, and assess their market value. Salary and benefits negotiation is one of the more intimidating processes to engage in, particularly if the job candidate is not well informed. While in training, students generally do not negotiate compensation and benefits for practicum … Continue reading Early Career Professionals Corner: Navigating the Question, “What am I worth?”

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From the Student Council Representatives

Lisa Auster-Gussman, Chair Jennifer Warnick, Chair-Elect Megan Grigsby, Past Chair This year has been an exciting one for the Society for Health Psychology Student Advisory Council (SAC), and we are looking forward to a number of new initiatives in the works for this year, a very important one. We are excited to celebrate the 38th anniversary year of Division 38! We look forward to contributing … Continue reading From the Student Council Representatives

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Mentoring Spotlight: Health Psych Connections Q & A

Zeeshan Butt, PhD Editor’s note: Health Psych Connections is a professional networking program offered exclusively through the Society for Health Psychology. Through the program, an SfHP member can be matched to another member who can provide one-on-one consultation on professional activities or career development issues. Zeeshan Butt currently leads the program and provides answers to common questions below. (1) What kinds of questions have members … Continue reading Mentoring Spotlight: Health Psych Connections Q & A