Vincent Francisco with co-editors Tom Wolff, Greg Meissen
It is our privilege to bring you part two of the special issue on competencies in community psychology practice. The analysis and articulation of the broader issues is as relevant in this issue as the previous one. The development of competencies is a milestone in any professional field of endeavor. It is difficult to do, as anyone who does curriculum development can attest. It also takes time, especially to develop language that is concise, measurable, and recognizable to relevant audiences. This two-part special issue contains articles that demonstrate the robustness of the list of competencies, and how useful (or not) they may be in various contexts.