The Corresponding Committee of Fifty, 1961–1971, and the Section on Continuing Professional Education (Section 2), 1971–1986
As Division 12 president in 1961, Nicholas Hobbs appointed what was called the Corresponding Committee of Fifty (CCF). This committee was intended as a way of getting younger people involved in the division’s activities and thus increasing communication between the leadership and the membership of the division. To recruit for CCF, Hobbs asked the chairs of various psychology departments with APA-approved clinical training programs to nominate their most outstanding clinical psychology graduates of the last 5 years. These individuals were then contacted and asked to form CCF.
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