Publications: Books (Ash Point Publishing)
While one of the three presses has been operating for almost 40 years, Ash Point Publishing is in the midst of “opening for business” by selling digital books, as well as printed volumes. Publications of the three presses are closely aligned with the other PSP activities (studios, laboratories, LPP).
This press focuses on health psychology, organizational psychology and clinical psychology.
Read More [Link to: The Professional Psychology Press | The Professional School of Psychology]
Founded 40 years ago, this press focuses on Postsecondary Education.
Read More: [link to Pacific Soundings Press | The Professional School of Psychology]
This press focuses on the application of psychological perspectives and practices to broad societal issues.
Read More: [link to Atlantic Soundings Press | The Professional School of Psychology
Publications: Library of Professional Psychology (LPP)
LPP is thriving, with more than 300 published documents and two active digital journals. Journal issues have focused on COVID-19 and psychological practices in both Singapore and Israel, as well as issues on collaborative interactions (featuring major thought leaders in the world.
Link to LPP: The Library of Professional Psychology
Many changes have been made in the home web site of The Professional School of Psychology—in keeping with the shift in focus for the school. Check out what we have done: http:psychology.edu. We are also repurposing our other associated websites: (1) psp.edu and (2) communitiescollaborating.com. We will be letting you know when these websites are opening again with new foci and new documents.
COMING SOON to our website and social media platforms:
“PSP Alumni Highlights”
In the coming weeks, PSP will be implementing a section on our website called “PSP Alumni Highlights”. This will provide an ongoing update on the life and work of the 600plus graduates of PSP.
Over 41 years of offering graduate degrees in psychology, PSP prided itself on smaller sized classes and annual experiences like “The Gathering” that afforded students opportunities to form friendships and close connections with colleagues in psychology. One way we want to continue to facilitate these close connections is the “Alumni Updates” page that will be coming soon to the PSP website. So, we’ve decided to continue to facilitate these close connections!
As part of its reconstruction of our home website, we will be creating a section on our website that will post career and personal updates on graduates of PSP. We invite you to send your own “Alumni Update” to email@example.com Highlights of your work, career, personal, family…anything you would like other former PSP students to know about you! This will also be a way for you to enter even more fully into our New Global PSP community.
- Posted by William Bergquist
- On February 15, 2021
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