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The California Psychologist
Spring 2015 - Volume 48, Number 2

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FEATURE ARTICLES

8 Psychologists as Advocates **FREE ARTICLE**
Judy Chu, PhD, US Congresswoman

10 Your Future is in Your Hands
Brian Baird, PhD, Former US Congressman

12 I Back the PAC: Do You?
Joel Lazar, PhD

14 Same Song, Second Verse
Jo Linder-Crow, PhD

16 Fifteen Years Later... A Report from the Education Advocacy Front Line
Gilbert H. Newman, PhD and Anatasia Kim, PhD

FEATURE COLUMNS

27 “What Can I do?”
Gabrielle Johnson, MS, Psychology Predoctoral Intern; Michi Fu, PhD and Beth Jenks, PhD

28 Self-Care Through Advocacy
Kammy K. Kwok, MA, Toni Li and Jorge Wong, PhD

30 The Board of Psychology, Continuing Professional Development and You
Jo Linder-Crow, PhD

34 Seeking a New Definition of Self-Care
Pearl Werfel, PhD

IN EVERY ISSUE

5 FROM THE EDITOR
Advocacy: Doing one more ‘something’
Valerie B. Jordan, PhD

6 FROM THE PRESIDENT
Joe the Psychologist: The Importance of Political Action by Psychologists
Stephen M. Pfeiffer, PhD

7 FROM THE CEO
Always Look Both Way
Jo Linder-Crow, PhD

24 ETHICS CORNER
My Client, My Follower: Multiple Relationships on the Internet
Keely Kolmes, PsyD

25 LAW FOR PSYCHOLOGISTS
Are Child Molesters Necessarily Mentally Ill? Harsh Cross-Examination of Expert Psychologists is Permissible
Jack P. Lipton, PhD, Esq.

35 NEW MEMBERS
36 CHAPTER & VERSE

38 CLASSIFIEDS

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