The National Psychologist (TNP) is a family-owned, independent publication. In 1991, TNP was founded by Henry Saeman. After an 18-year journalism career and another 18-year career as executive director of the Ohio Psychological Association, he combined both careers and founded The National Psychologist - newspaper. Henry"s wife Mitzi and son Marty joined with him to form the staff. Henry ran TNP until he died in 2003. Marty, who worked side by side with his father, assumed the role of managing editor after his father's death.
In July 2021, just two months shy of the 30 year anniversary, the last print edition was mailed.
The National Psychologist is now subscription-based and online only. The reason for going to this new online-based format was a business decision. After spending tens of thousands of dollars of personal savings and retirement money, (primarily on printing and postage costs which exceeded $100,000 annually) we changed our business model to online only and subscription-based.
Business and editorial offices are located at:
The National Psychologist
620 Taylor Station Rd., Suite F
Gahanna, Ohio 43230
This online site is intended to keep psychologists informed about practice issues. Contributions and letters are invited. The editor reserves the right to edit articles and submissions for clarity and/or to meet specific space limitations. Publication staff is not responsible for opinions or facts in bylined articles. The material found in print editions or online is not meant to be construed as therapeutic advice. It is for information only.
Copyright 1991-2021 by Ohio Psychology Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. Articles may be copied for personal use, but, proper notice of copyright and credit to The National Psychologist must appear on all copies made. This permission does not apply to reproduction for advertising, promotion, resale, or other commercial purposes.
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Martin A. Saeman, M.S.W., LSW (retired)
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