VA Psychology: Serving Veterans Through Interprofessional Care and Expanding Partnerships
|Retired Psychology Leader Dr. Rodney Baker (San Antonio) has compiled a collection of scanned photos of VACO and VA Psychology Chief/Leaders from 1946 to 2005 and has made this compilation available to the public. Click here to view and download the VA Psychology Photo History document.|
The American Psychological Associationís Family
Caregiver Briefcase is now available. This is an online
resource for those who work with family caregivers and
can help professionals recognize, anticipate, and reduce
the stresses on family caregivers across the life span.
It provides guidance on how to assist caregivers through
individual and organizational practice, research,
teaching, and community service. Segments of the
briefcase are also useful for family caregivers. To
learn more about the Family Caregiver Briefcase,
click here to view an information sheet, or visit the
website at APA.
Welcome to the Association of VA Psychologist Leaders' spot on the web! This web site is devoted to the interests of psychologists working in the Department of Veterans Affairs. We want to make this site useful for you, so please let us know what you'd like us to include. Just click on the Contact Us! button to the left, and send us some mail!
Disclaimer: This website is not sponsored by, endorsed by, or officially affiliated with the Department of Veterans Affairs. The contents of this website are the sole responsibility of AVAPL.
VA Psychology Leadership Directory
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