Lessons Learned in Academic Psychology: Tales of an Early Career Academic


Have you ever found yourself saying, “If I’d only known then, what I know now?” Well, now you can. The purpose of this workshop is to help you avoid trial-and-error learning by providing you key tips for maximizing your professional functioning in four key areas: 1) Writing, Research, and Grants, 2) Teaching and Evaluation, 3) Service and Support, and 4) Balance and Burnout.  Get a leg up on your academic career by learning how to overcome the common hurdles before you come to them.  Original webcast date: January 26, 2018.

Learning Objective

1. Identify three ways to improve your writing and writing productivity.

2. Describe two common challenges among early career academics, and how to address them.

3. Develop at least one “Commitment to Change”; one thing that you can do now to improve your success in any of the four areas discussed in this workshop.


Dr. Jennifer M. Taylor

Dr. Jennifer M. Taylor is an Assistant Professor of Counseling and Counseling Psychology at the University of Utah. Her research interests include professional competence, lifelong learning, continuing professional development, and continuing education, and she publishes extensively in these areas. Dr. Taylor chairs the Continuing Education Committee for the APA, and serves on the APA’s Section for the Advancement of Women’s HERstory Task Force, Division 17’s Awards and Recognition Committee, the Education Directorate’s Individual Development Plan, and the Presidential Initiative on Citizen Psychologists. From 2013-2015, she was invited to attend APA’s Education Leadership Conference; at the end of each conference, she lobbied members of Congress to advocate for mental healthcare needs and the reduction of graduate student debt, and was awarded the 2017 Cynthia D. Belar Education Advocacy Distinguished Service Award. 

Continuing Education

1.5 CE
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Price: $40.00

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