is published twice yearly by the American Board of Professional Psychology. We produce in electronic form for ease of distribution, access and reproduction. Please feel free to download your copies by clicking the links on the right side of this page.
ABPP Response to the
“Independent Review Relating to
APA Ethics Guidelines, National Security Interrogations, and Torture”
The Trustees of the American Board of Professional Psychology have recently read the “Independent Review Relating to APA Ethics Guidelines, National Security Interrogations, and Torture” (known as the “Hoffman Report”). All were troubled by many of its findings and allegations.
The American Board of Professional Psychology is committed to protecting the public. The American Board of Professional Psychology will monitor APA's response to the report and any resulting changes in governance, policies, and procedures. As an entity separate from APA, the American Board of Professional Psychology encourages the public and ABPP-certified specialists to familiarize themselves with the Hoffman Report (go to www.apa.org/independent-review/index.aspx for access to the review and links that allow for provision of feedback) and share their concerns and perspectives with APA governance. The American Board of Professional Psychology remains committed to the highest standards of ethical independent and organizational practice.
The Trustees of the American Board of Professional Psychology
Periodically, ABPP gets requests to have specialists respond to surveys or otherwise participate in a research study or disseration. The links are posted below:
This is a survey of professional perceptions of sex offenders convicted of possession of child pornography. You will be asked questions about your perception of dispositions for sex offenders and basic demographic information. The survey will require approximately 10-15 minutes to complete.
Robert Francis, MA
Alliant International University, Los Angeles