ArPA Press Releases

National Nutrition Month: Improving Children’s Eating Habits

March is National Nutrition Month Arkansas Psychologists Offer Tips to Improve Children’s Eating Habits Little Rock, Arkansas, March 20, 2017 — Parents and caregivers play an important role when it comes to children’s eating habits. This March, recognize National Nutrition Month by taking steps to improve and establish healthy eating habits for the whole family.…

Press Release: Tips for a Heart Healthy Lifestyle

Simple steps to reduce your risk of heart disease Arkansas Psychologists and APA Offer Tips for a Heart Healthy Lifestyle Arkansas Psychological Association P.O. Box 21220     Little Rock, AR 72221     (501) 614-6500     Fax (501) 224-0988     www.arpapsych.org For Immediate Release February 1, 2017 Contact: Kristin J. Addison-Brown, PhD Telephone: 870-203-6085 Email: neaneuropsych@gmail.com Website: arpapsych.org arpapsych.com…

AR Companies Receive Psychologically Healthy Workplace Award

Program Recognizes Employers for Creating Workplaces That Foster Employee Health and Well-being While Enhancing Organizational Performance Two Arkansas organizations will receive a Psychologically Healthy Workplace Award from the Arkansas Psychological Association (ArPA). Award recipients include: Optus, Inc. (For profit category) Women & Children First (Not for profit category) “In this time of high job stress…

Wellbeing Tips for Alzheimer’s Caregivers

Arkansas Psychologists Provide Tips on Improved Well-Being in Alzheimer’s Caregivers Little Rock, Arkansas, November 25, 2015— A diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease or dementia can be emotionally overwhelming for the individual as well as the family.  As we recognize National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month and National Caregiver Month this November, it’s important to be aware of the unique…

Back-to-School Blues: Arkansas Psychologists Offer Tips to Help

Back-to-School Blues Arkansas psychologists offer tips to help parents and kids prepare Little Rock, Arkansas, August 2015 – Parents have a lot on their plate: housing costs, healthcare, caring for elderly parents, raising kids, just to name a few. As the new school year approaches, they face additional stressors — paying for back-to-school supplies, clothes and…