Newsletters

The NVCP Newsletter gives information about what’s happening in our state and local organization, ways to get involved, legislative issues of interest, past and current CEs, hot clinical and practice topics of discussion, and reports on timely research and clinical techniques. We welcome you to read, share, weigh in, and, of course, submit an article!

Recent Newsletters

March 2020 Newsletter

Overcoming Relationship Trauma, COVID-19, Telepsychology [...]

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Spring 2019 Newsletter

Notification of Changes to Issuance of Licenses, Certifications and Registr

Winter 2019 Newsletter

Diversity Committee, Prescription Privileges, Classified Ads [...]

Summer 2015

Public blog request. Legislative update. What happened to VPA? Download the

Previous Newsletters

Summer 2014

Update of HIPAA Security Rule. RxP update. Announcement of 2014 Rich Rosenf

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Spring 2014

The ins and outs of professional wills. Fairfax County Public Schools’

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Winter 2014

Read a discussion about using social media and internet information, learn

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Fall 2013

Get a sneak peak at our new logo and website, read about the Virginia Psych

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April 2013

Read about therapeutic self-disclosure, what an educational consultant does

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January 2013

Read about Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, evidence-based treatment of e

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September 2012

Read about spirituality and clinical psychology, what happens in equine ass

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January 2012 (Special Edition)

CE Programs: Complex Trauma & PTSO, Guidance on Tricare, Newsletter Changes

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Spring 2011

Read about APA’s public education campaign, the collaborative divorce

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Winter 2011

Read about treating medical patients and working in medical settings, updat

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Summer 2010

Read about the recipient of the Richard Rosenfield Memorial Award, the bene

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Spring 2010

Read about philosophy as therapy (part two), legislative updates including

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Winter 2010

Read about NVACP’s role in responding to a shooting incident at North

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Fall 2009

Read about NVACP’s finances, a discussion of perspectives on suicide,

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Summer 2009

Read about the continued growth of NVACP, health insurance claims data and

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Spring 2009

Read about NVACP process of developing a brand and using the website to get

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Winter 2009

Read about NVACP member involvement, cognitive rehabilitation software used

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