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What is Community Psychology?

Community psychology goes beyond an individual focus and integrate social, cultural, economic, political, environmental, and international influences to promote positive change, health, and empowerment at individual and systemic levels.

American Journal of Community Psychology

TCP 47(2) Spring 2014

The Community Psychologist (TCP) is the Society's newsletter, provides an informal venue for SCRA members to exchange ideas and information. It includes briefreports and reflections on the practice of community research and action, as well as updates and announcements of interest to members. Regular features include columns on women's issues, public policy, international issues, students' concerns, racial and cultural affairs, and job opportunities. SCRA members receive three to four issues of TCP each year.

Education

This is your connection to information about academic programs in community psychology and related areas as well as resources for teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in community psychology and related areas of community research and action. There are also lists of postdoctoral training opportunities for students with a community psychology orientation.

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The Community Psychologist

The Community Psychologist (TCP) is the Society's newsletter, provides an informal venue for SCRA members to exchange ideas and information. It includes briefreports and reflections on the practice of community research and action, as well as updates and announcements of interest to members. Regular features include columns on women's issues, public policy, international issues, students' concerns, racial and cultural affairs, and job opportunities. SCRA members receive three to four issues of TCP each year.

Interest Groups

Research

Research in community psychology is differentiated by its goals, its methods, and the topics addressed. It is action oriented, with the overarching goal of leading to real change in our institutions, communities, and societies.

Job Board

Are you looking to hire a community psychologist? Post your job advertisement here.

Regional Coordinators

THEory into ACTion Bulletin

These bulletins are brief (about 500-750 word) summaries of innovative community practice work, whose findings could be adapted and used in real-world settings by community practitioners elsewhere.

Practice

Students

Policy

To encourage two-way communication between community psychologists and policy makers; to collaborative relations with other groups to work on policy activities; to assure that the exencourage periential and empirical knowledge base of community psychology is used to make substantive contributions to contemporary policy debates at the state and federal levels; to create opportunities for training; and to encourage academicians and others who lack policy experiences to familiarize themselves with the policy process through both traditional (classroom, conferences) and field-based (internship/externship) training experiences.

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