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Generally, however, most reports find that poor women experience these mental health disorders at much higher rates than the general population.Web Page 3.Leadership Institute for Women in Psychology (LIWP)The Leadership Institute for Women in Psychology (LIWP) prepares, supports and empowers women psychologists as leaders to promote positive changes in institutional and organizational life, increase the diversity, number and effectiveness of women psychologists as leaders and ensure that leadership training opportunities are available for mid-career and senior women psychologists in all of their diversities and disabilities. Web Page 4.National Provider Identifier (NPI)Under HIPAA, psychologists must obtain a National Provider Identifier (NPI) number and use it on claims when billing for services. Web Page 5.PI-GRO Provides Training on Psychology and Advocacy at the 2013 Association for Women in Psychology ConferencePI-GRO and and the APA Committee on Women in Psychology presented a March 2013 symposium on "Approaches to Advocacy: Violence Against Women" at the annual conference of the Association for Women in Psychology.Web Page (March 2013)6.Women's Programs Office (WPO)Improving the status, health and well-being of women psychologists and consumers of psychological services through the Leadership Institute for Women in Psychology, the Committee on Women in Psychology, the Women's Psych-E Newsletter and more.Web Page 7.Graduate Faculty Interested in the Psychology of WomenIncludes a survey of graduate departments of psychology and their activities relevant to women and/or women’s issues in psychology.Web Page 8.Women in AcademeThis topic area discusses the characteristics, roles and status of women psychologists in academics settings, critical incidents and decisions that may confront women in an academic setting and suggestions and examples for publishers, authors, and instructors in order to help them advance psychology.Web Page 9.About the Women's Programs OfficeThe Women's Programs Office (WPO) works to improve the status, health and well-being of women psychologists and consumers of psychological services.Web Page 10.Women's Programs Office Programs & ProjectsWomen's Programs Office publications covering various women's topic areas such as academe, depression, poverty, abortion, violence, sexualization of girls, women in psychology and the Leadership Institute for Women in Psychology.Web Page Previous 1 2 3 ... 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