Busy family psychological practice (www.katzpsychology.com) seeking a licensed psychologist or school psychologist to take on an overflow of clients.
A teacher of children with hearing loss has involved them in specific theater productions to improve self-esteem, language and social skills.
Attention Health Psychologists! We are seeking applicants for a Psychologist position embedded in a Weight Management program!
The University of Virginia’s Center for Behavioral Health and Technology (CBHT) has openings for two Post Doc Research Associates with interests in eHealth research, the provision of health treatment through the Internet and related technologies, with a focus on psycho-oncology.
The New Mexico VA Healthcare System has one opening for an APA accredited clinical psychology fellowship with an emphasis on PAIN & SLEEP PSYCHOLOGY.
Stanford University is seeking applications for an NCI-funded post-doctoral research fellow to join the Stanford Cancer Survivorship Research Laboratory in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University.
The Center for Children and Families at Florida International University (FIU) is recruiting up to three full-time Post-doctoral Research Associates in the ADHD Research Group for two-year appointments with the possibility of extending to three years (or longer as a research assistant professor).
You can now browse and watch 41 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.
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 Scott and Paul Pearsall Grant supports graduate and early career work that seeks to increase the public’s understanding of the psychological pain and stigma experienced by adults living with visible physical disabilities, such as cerebral palsy.
A new analysis has found that the different ways in which people interact with the natural world can significantly predict their overall quality of life.
Researchers in a new 8,000-person study have found five skills that are associated with better health and less loneliness in late adulthood: “emotional stability, determination, control, optimism and conscientiousness.”