Pace University Psychology Department (New York City Campus) is recruiting two positions

Clinical Director of the McShane Center for Psychological Services

  • Psychology Department, Pace University-New York City Campus

Clinical Director of McShane Center for Psychological Services, Department of Psychology (Clinical Associate Professor, non-tenure track): Pace University invites applications for the Clinical Director, start date negotiable.

A Ph.D or Psy. D. is required in clinical, counseling, school, or combined school-clinical concentrations as well as NYS licensure eligible. Administrative and clinical experience are required as well as evidence of advanced skills and training.

The Psychology Department offers three graduate programs: (an APA approved Psy.D. in School-Clinical Child Psychology, a M.S. Ed. in School Psychology, and M.A. in Psychology), two undergraduate programs (a B.A. in General Psychology and B.A. in Applied Psychology and Human Relations), and a combined B.A./M.A. Program. The Clinical Director will work directly with students in the Psy.D. and M.S. Ed. Programs.

The Clinical Director will work closely with the Executive Clinical Director in overseeing the smooth functioning of the McShane Center. Position responsibilities include opportunities for collaborating in program development, community service delivery, consultation with therapists-in-training, and provision of leadership for new training opportunities for professionals. Specific responsibilities include supervision of medical records compliance, budget, preparation of documentation for university offices and accreditation, staff supervision, emergency management, monitoring students and trainees’ responsibilities and competencies, developing seminars for trainees and participation in the development of training programs and community partnerships for mental health services delivery.

Applicants should submit: 1) a cover letter addressing all qualifications specified above 2) a curriculum vitae, and 3) contact information for three references to Betsy Tomala, 41 Park Row, 13th floor (Psychology Department), New York, NY 10038 ( Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled; applications received by January 31, 2015 are guaranteed consideration.

Pace University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer. Minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Assistant Professor of Psychology (Tenure Track)

  • Psychology Department, Pace University-New York City Campus

Pace University invites applications for the anticipated tenure track position of Assistant Professor of the Psychology Department at its New York City campus to begin September 1, 2015.

The Psychology Department is housed within the Dyson College of Arts and Sciences and offers a Psy.D. in School-Clinical Child Psychology, a M.S.Ed. in School Psychology, a MA in Psychology, 2 undergraduate degrees, and a combined BA/MA degree.

The essential qualification for this position is strong expertise in research methodology and advanced statistics. The ideal candidate will have sufficient expertise in the areas of multivariate statistical analysis and structural modeling to teach these areas at a doctoral level, and provide supervision of these techniques in designing and implementing doctoral projects. Candidates will be expected to teach at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Candidates must possess a doctoral degree in psychology, although the area of expertise is open. Preference will be given to candidates with a distinguished scholarly record, strong teaching skills, a history of external funding, and contributions to the profession.

Applicants should submit a cover letter addressing all qualifications specified above; statement of purpose, including short and long-term goals/objectives; statement of research and teaching interests; CV; at least 3 recent or representative publications; and 3 letters of recommendation to: Betsy Tomala (, 41 Park Row, 13th floor (Psychology Department), New York, NY 10038.

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled; Applications received by 01/15/2015 are guaranteed consideration. Pace University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer. Minorities, Women, Veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.


Beijiing United Family Hospital & Clinics, a member of the United Family Healthcare System, is looking for a full-time licensed clinical psychologist. United Family Healthcare is the only healthcare system in mainland China to receive multi-city accreditation from the Joint Commission International, and has hospitals in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Tianjin, and Qingdao. Beijing United Family Hospital & Clinics is the premier healthcare provider serving the international and local communities in Beijing.

Location: Beijing, China

-Psychotherapy for adults, children, and adolescents in individual, couples, and family contexts
-Psycho-educational and psychological assessment and report writing
-Some supervision of students and other clinicians
-Attendance at department meetings, accurate record keeping
-Skill in interfacing with various hospital departments and specialties
-Crisis management
-Consultation with other hospital departments such as Family Medicine, Emergency Department, Internal Medicine, Inpatient Unit, Pediatrics, Ob/Gyn, etc.

Minimum Qualifications
-Doctoral degree in Psychology or related field (PhD, PsyD, EdD, DSW, etc) from accredited institution.
-Licensed in home state/country/territory
-Experience with psychotherapy in individual, marriage, and family contexts
-Experience with psycho-educational assessment and report writing
-Bilingual English/Mandarin preferred

-Beijing United Family Hospital offers a competitive compensation package including international expatriate benefits such as visa processing (for employee and family), relocation allowance, international health insurance plan (for employee and family), and annual continuing education allowance.
-Variety of other benefits available

**Positions for licensed Master’s-level therapists may also be available. Please contact for more information.

If interested in applying, please contact and send CV to:

George Hu, PsyD

Purdue University Assistant Professor of Counseling Psychology Department of Educational Studies

The Department of Educational Studies at Purdue University is currently accepting applications for a tenure-track assistant professor position in its APA-accredited Counseling Psychology program, beginning fall 2015. We are seeking applicants who can contribute to our college mission of effecting positive change in a diverse society in the areas of discovery, teaching, and engagement. See the program website at


· Maintain an active research program with a record of, or potential to attract, external funding;
· Teach courses in counseling psychology and supervise practicum;
· Advise domestic and international doctoral students, share program leadership, and provide department, college, and university service.

The Purdue Counseling Psychology program is a dynamic program with selective admissions; small, full-time cohorts; and exciting opportunities to partner with local agencies and campus initiatives around diversity, global issues, career development, grief and loss, health disparities, and student access and success. According to the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education, Purdue University is a “very high research activity” campus and is the nation’s fourth best place to work in academia (The Scientist, November 2007).


Candidates must hold an earned doctorate in Counseling Psychology from an accredited program, demonstrate a history of scholarly productivity, and demonstrate a history of (or potential to attract) external funding. Psychology licensure or license eligibility in the State of Indiana is required. Applicants are expected to demonstrate excellence in both teaching and research. Teaching and research interests are open.

Application Procedure

Review of applications will begin on October 1, 2014 and continues until the position is filled. Applicants submit one pdf document containing a letter of application, curriculum vita, and statement of professional goals relevant to position responsibilities, qualifications, and the College of Education strategic plan, ( ). Three letters of recommendation should be emailed as separate pdf documents by letter writers. Send materials to Sandi Olson (; address to M. Carole Pistole, Chair, Counseling Psychology Faculty Search Committee, Department of Educational Studies, BRNG, 100 N. University Street, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN 47907-2098. For questions, contact M. Carole Pistole,, 765-494-9744. A background check is required for employment in this position.


Contribute to the International Psychology Bulletin

If you would like to contribute to the Autumn issue of APA’s International Psychology Bulletin, please email your submissions to me ( by September 15th , 2013.

Typically, the issue is published about four weeks after the deadline.
If you would like to submit to the student column, please contact student column editors Valerie Wai-Yee Jackson at and Daria Diakonova at

If you would like to submit to the teaching international psychology column, please contact section editor Dr. Gloria Grenwald at

Submissions for consideration as peer reviewed research articles (about 3,000 words or more, negotiable) or other articles, research reports, or news items (length negotiable) are welcome and encouraged.

International Psychology Bulletin is searching for a book reviews section editor. This editor should be a fellow or member of Division 52 who is comfortable with APA style and quarterly deadlines. S/he works with the Editor-in-Chief, to solicit, edit, and submit 2-4 book reviews per issue–a total of about 10 per year. If interested, contact me at

Please remember to submit in APA style and in Times New Roman font if possible. Submissions are strongly preferred as Microsoft Word documents, not as .pdfs. International Psychology Bulletin publishes original submissions, not mass press releases or previously published work. APA style guideline help may be found at

Also note that the Summer 2013 issue of the International Psychology Bulletin is available for download as a PDF file at

Division 52 2014 Election Results

(updated 6/18/2013)

Dear Division 52 Colleagues,
I am proud to announce the results of the Division 52 election for 2014 officers:

President-Elect:      Mark Terjesen

Secretary:                Grant Rich

Members-at-Large:  Brigitte Khoury & Janet Sigal

On behalf of division members, congratulations to these very talented future leaders of our division.   We look forward to their continuing service and to learning more about their dynamic visions for the future of Division 52.

I also want to express appreciation for our esteemed colleagues who ran for office, but were not selected this time: Drs. Gloria Grenwald, Ani Kalayjian

, Gilbert Reyes and Chalmer Thompson.  Each have provided valuable contributions to international psychology and we look forward to their continued service to the division.

Each of the candidates who were on our ballot this year are extensively accomplished, highly valued and deeply appreciated professionals.  We salute each and every one of them.


Neal S. Rubin, Ph.D., ABPP

Professor & University Fellow
Illinois School of Professional Psychology
Argosy University, Chicago
Representative, American Psychological Association, United Nations NGO Team
Past-President Division 52 (International Psychology)

Outstanding International Psychologist Awards (2013)

Each year Division 52 presents two Outstanding International Psychologist Awards. One award is given to a psychologist from the United States and the second award is for a psychologist outside the United States. Individuals who have made outstanding contributions to international psychology either through significant research, teaching, advocacy, and/or contributions to international organizations are eligible. Please nominate psychologists who you think meet these criteria by February 28, 2013.

Nominators are asked to provide names and brief statements concerning the nominees. The Nominating Committee makes award recommendations to the Executive Committee. The Executive Committee may suggest additional candidates and approves the final nominees. The nominees are presented to the Board for final approval. Nominees will then be contacted to provide additional background and information as needed. In any given year the Board may decide not to give these awards. Recognition of the awardees will occur at the APA convention.

Send nominations and a brief supporting statement to: Neal Rubin

Division 52 Outstanding International Psychologist Award Recipients:

2012: Fathali Moghaddan (U.S.); Michael Wessells (U.S.); Kurt Pawlik (non-U.S.)
2011: Michael J. Stevens (U.S.); Narasappa Kumaraswamy (non-U.S.)
2010: Oliva Espin (U.S.); Maria del Pilar Grazioso (non-U.S.)
2009: Chris Stout (U.S.); Marilyn P. Safir (non-U.S.)
2008: Ronald P. Rohner (U.S.); Ramadan A. Ahmed (non-U.S.)
2007: Kathryn L. Norsworthy (U.S.), Ronald H. Rozensky (U.S.), Sheung-Tak Cheng (non-U.S.), and Martha E. Givaudan Moreno (non-U.S.)
2006: Gerard A. Jacobs, Ph.D. (U.S.) and Michel Sabourin, Ph.D. (non-U.S, Canada)
2005: Uwe P. Gielen (U.S.) and Fanny Cheung (non-U.S.)
2004: Anthony J. Marsella (U.S.) and Ruben Ardilla (non-U.S.)
2003: Nancy Felipe Russo (U.S.) and John G. Adair (non-U.S.)
2002: Harry C. Triandis (U.S.) and Susan Pick (U.S.)
2001: Robert F. Morgan (U.S.) and Elizabeth Nair (non-U.S.)
2000: Henry P. David (U.S.), Raymond D. Fowler (U.S.), Peter Merenda (U.S.), and Bernhard Wilpert (U.S.)
1999: Frances M. Culbertson (U.S.), Florence L. Denmark (U.S.), Edwin A. Fleishman (U.S.), and Charles D. Spielberger (U.S.)