Join us for a clinical webinar on September 12 at 2 p.m. ET when Dr. John Norcross will focus on 13 self-care strategies for psychologists and other practitioners.
The Spring 2018 issue features topics including adult ADHD, youth obesity, responses to questioning sexual orientation, CBT for migraine, traumatic amputations, and cognitive remediation.
It is our great honor to announce the winners of our 2018 awards. Katherine L. Dixon-Gordon, PhD, was selected for the Judy E. Hall, PhD, Early Career Psychologist Award. Betsy D. Kennard, PsyD, and Walter E. Penk, PhD, will be presented the Alfred M. Wellner, PhD, Lifetime Achievement Award.
We are now accepting applications for two psychologist positions and one public representative position on the National Register Board of Directors. The four-year terms begin January 1, 2019.
Join the conversation and engage with the Health Service Psychologist community through the National Register’s new listserv. HSP-Community was developed to enhance communication among Health Service Psychologists and doctoral students who are in the process of becoming credentialed as HSPs.
You can now browse and watch 42 videos from our Integrated Healthcare Training Series using the “Video Courses” tab on CE.NationalRegister.org. We track the videos you’ve watched and when you reach one hour (worth one CE credit), simply complete an evaluation form to earn your certificate.
Search for a psychologist near you by filling out the blue or purple box on FindaPsychologist.org, starting with “Search by City or Zip.” Once you pinpoint a location for your search, you can filter your results by a psychologist’s areas of expertise, languages spoken, name, and other options.
Keep an eye on our job board for frequent additions to a list of opportunities that may interest you or someone you know.
We’ve partnered with Hogrefe Publishing to create continuing education courses for their series Advances in Psychotherapy: Evidence-Based Practice. Registrants also receive a 15% discount on volumes in the series.
The National Register has compiled external resources and articles to better inform and prepare psychologists to work with communities affected by gun violence.