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Resources for Early Career Psychologists
- APA Approved Sponsors of Continuing Professional EducationA map displaying sponsors of continuing professional education in the United States, Europe and Canada.
- Faculty DevelopmentLifelong learning is critical for faculty to stay current in their field. Conferences, workshops, continuing education activities and mentoring relationships can provide important professional development opportunities.
- Career DevelopmentResources for early career psychologists for use in career development, including information on licensure and specific information for researchers, practitioners and academics.
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- Food for Thought Breakfasts
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Training & Events
- APA Clinician's Corner: The Food Pollution/Addiction Model for Treating Eating Disorders and Obesity: A Systems ApproachLearn to identify the mechanism for food addiction and specify the role polluted food plays in bulimia, anorexia, bulimarexia and obesity.
- Diagnosis in the DSM-5: Where We've Been, Where We're at and Where We're GoingThis two-part workshop reviews changes in the diagnosis of psychopathology from the DSM-IV to DSM-5, connecting the information with day-to-day practice in the consulting room.
- Psychology plus ballet: Meet 'Dr. Dancer'
2013 APA President-Elect Nadine Kaslow, PhD, found a way to combine her passions by serving as a psychologist for the Atlanta Ballet.
- Five ways your cover letter lost you the job
While it’s fine to convey that you’re excited about a position, use a slightly different angle — one that directly benefits the company.
- The right stance can be reassuring
5/3/2013, The New York Times
How you carry yourself can actually change your mood, which greatly affects how you approach situations and solve problems.