Dr. Judith M. Glassgold Published in American Psychologist Journal

Jul, 2020

Dr. Judith M. Glassgold, GSAPP alumna and part-time lecturer, and Dr. Joshua R. Wolff, Staff Psychologist at Northwestern University, recently published an article entitled “Expanding Psychology Training Pathways for Public Policy Preparedness Across the Professional Lifespan” in American Psychologist, the official peer-reviewed academic journal of the American Psychological Association.

Psychological and behavioral health policies are critical in the successful public health responses to the COVID-19 pandemic. Psychologists trained in policy and advocacy can lead efforts to integrate psychological science and mental health considerations into policy responses to the pandemic. This paper summarizes existing opportunities and proposes expanding training opportunities, including undergraduate and graduate coursework, seminars, online, one-time trainings, continuing education, and postdoctoral fellowships.

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