Early Career Psychologists

Resources and news for Early Career Psychologists in Arkansas.

Call for Applications 2015-2016 Postdoctoral Psychology Fellowship at VA

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS 2015-2016 POSTDOCTORAL CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY FELLOWSHIP CENTRAL ARKANSAS VETERANS HEALTHCARE SYSTEM Little Rock/North Little Rock, Arkansas Applications will be accepted until the position is filled The Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System (CAVHS) is currently recruiting applicants for our APA accredited postdoctoral fellowship position in Clinical Psychology. This is a 1-year position, with an…

ArPA Psychologist, Femina Varghese Recognized in National Journal

Arkansas Psychologist, Femina Varghese Recognized in Nation Journal At the Education Leadership Conference, Arkansas and Alabama representatives, including ArPA’s Membership Committee Chair, Femina Varghese, met with Arkansas Senator John Boozman to emphasize the public health impact of graduate psychology education programs. They urged congressional support for increased funding. Dr. Varghese is an Associate Professor of…

ArPA Early Career Psychologist Committee Chair, 2015- Dr. Laura Horton

The Arkansas Psychological Association in proud to announce its new Early Career Committee Psychologist Committee Chair, Dr. Laura Horton. Dr. Horton has been committed to and involved in state, regional and national psychological associations since her years as an undergraduate student at the University of Central Arkansas (UCA). A central focus of the UCA psychology…

Why are Early Career Psychologists Important to ArPA?

To answer this question, first the backstory… The Arkansas Psychological Association (ArPA) leadership has strived to recruit Early Career Psychologists (ECPs) for years, but in 2012, the association developed its first long-term strategic plan. It identified ECP membership and engagement as a goal, and it exceeded its ECP membership target.  Since that time, several ECPs…

Featuring Early Career Psychologists! – Making Waves in Arkansas

Early Career Psychologists Making Waves! Nicholas J. Rios earned his doctorate in Clinical Psychology in 2012 from the Arizona School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University. He completed an APA Accredited Internship at South Arkansas Regional Health Center and did his postdoctoral fellowship at Behavior Management Systems, where he is currently in group practice. Dr. Rios specializes in adolescent substance…