Local Events

Local events to raise awareness of mental health issues.

ArPA Celebrate Diversity Gatherings

  ArPA Diversity Committee Celebrate Diversity Gatherings Who? Arkansas Psychological Association’s (ARPA) Diversity Committee and all Arkansas behavioral health professionals from all behavioral health disciplines, who have a passion for celebrating diversity. What? Dia de los Muertos/ Day of the Dead celebration and discussion on clinical use of traditional Latino practices. September 15- October 15…

UAMS / ARBEST 2015 TF-CBT Training Registration

2015 TF-CBT Training Online registration is now open This year’s Trauma-Focused Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) training is once again led by Anthony Mannarino, PhD, co-developer of TF-CBT. Dr. Mannarino developed TF-CBT almost 20 years ago to help children who have experienced or witnessed a traumatic event, such as sexual or physical abuse, a tornado or fire,…

ArPA National Latino AIDS Awareness Day – October 2014

ArPA National Latino AIDS Awareness Day. This past October Arkansas Psychological Association (ArPA) partnered with the Mexican Institute of Foreign Affairs, Ventanilla de Salud, and the Arkansas Human Development Corporation to provide mental health screenings and education to Central Arkansas’ Latino community during Binational Health Week, which was held throughout the week of October 6th. During this…

National Latino Awareness Aids Day

“For the past five years the Mexican Institute of Foreign Affairs and Ventanilla de Salud/ UAMS have hosted Binational Health Week in Little Rock, AR. Binational Health Week is an initiative of the Mexican Government, the Foreign Affairs Department, and the Mexican Health Department for the purpose of promoting health care access within the Latino…