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Four Ohio Organizations Named Psychologically Healthy Workplace Award Winners

Chillicothe and Ross County Public Library, Dawson, The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company and Grants Plus Named 2014 Recipients
In today’s nonstop work environment, workplace pressures …

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OPA Membership, Education, and Advocacy Survey 2014

In the winter of 2014, the Ohio Psychological Association conducted an online questionnaire survey about its organization. Notification of the survey was sent to all …

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Did You Know: December 2014

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)
By Lorena Vernaz Asadi
Winter is around the corner, the sun is setting earlier each day and as a result we will be …

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President’s Message: December 2014

Finding Meaning Around the Holidays: Some Lessons Learned Along the Way
By Peg Mosher, PhD, OPA President
As a psychologist, I have written more than my …

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The Legal Corner

Why House Bill 232 is Important to Your Practice
By Glenn Karr, Attorney at Law
House Bill 232 is the law of the land as of July …

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Psychologists Can Help People Learn to Live Well With Diabetes

November is American Diabetes Month
As the nation recognizes November as American Diabetes Month, psychologists are sharing an important message about diabetes and mental well-being: With …

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Advocacy Alert: November 2014

Insurance & Legislation to Prevent Suicide and Treat PTSD
By Bobbie Celeste, PhD, Director of Professional Affairs
Anthem’s Sante-Analytics Request for Documentation
Anthem has hired an outside company …

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President’s Message: November 2014

Aligning with Resistance
By: Peg Richards Mosher, PhD, OPA President

Perhaps you are a psychologist in independent practice worried about how changes in healthcare will affect …

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Broad View: November 2014

By: Michael Ranney, MPA, OPA Executive Director
We are getting ready for an OPA Board meeting on November 8. Good preparation makes for more productive …

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Did You Know: November 2014

Caffeine Use Disorder
By: Jennifer Thomas, Xavier University Graduate Student
With exams just around the corner and due dates for final papers creeping closer, students are …

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