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Education is the Most Powerful Weapon: Addressing Current Issues in Psychology

“EDUCATION IS THE MOST POWERFUL WEAPON” Addressing Current Issues in Psychology Pat DeLeon, former APA President Interprofessional Collaborative Practice: One of the fundamental tenants of President Obama’s Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) is that quality care requires respectful collaboration among the various health care disciplines. Our colleagues in pharmacy have been on the…

Brief History of the Arkansas Psychology Licensure Law

Brief History of the Arkansas Psychology Licensure Law  The First of a Three-part Series on Arkansas Psychologists by Gary Souheaver, PhD Arkansas was the first state in the nation to regulate the practice of Psychology. Act 129 was passed and signed into law by Governor Orval Faubus in 1955. The legislation defined the practice of…