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President’s Message: July 2014

What do Ohio psychologists need to do for the next generation?
By: Kathleen Ashton, PhD, OPA President
Working as OPA President in the past year, I …

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Fatherhood Balancing Act Takes Toll on Men’s Health

Take Time This Father’s Day to Help Dad De-Stress
Balancing work and family life can leave many men feeling as if they’re drowning in a sea …

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Did You Know: June is National Aphasia Awareness Month

By: LaTasha A. Macklin, MA
Aphasia is a disorder that results from damage, such as stroke, tumor, infection, or brain injury, to portions of the …

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President’s Message: June 2014

How to Get the Most From Your Membership
By: Kathleen Ashton, PhD, OPA President
At OPA, whether it is on the board or staff level, there …

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Member Benefit of the Month: June 2014

OPA Committees
By: Joan Bowman, Director of Membership and Education
Are you interested in networking and professional development? Do you belong to an OPA Committee? The …

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Advocacy Alert: At the Statehouse with OPA – Opiate Legislation

At the Statehouse with OPA – Opiate Legislation
By: Julie Keller, Capital University Student Volunteer
On May 13, 2014, the Opiates and Health Care subcommittee met to …

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Broad View: June 2014

By: Michael Ranney, MPA, OPA Executive Director
The past month has been quite busy and looking ahead I just see more of the same.
Our annual …

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Nationwide Children’s Job Opening: Behavioral Health Clinical Coordinator

Specializing in the assessment and treatment of Eating Disorders

 
 
Come work for an organization where everything matters.
Nationwide Children’s Hospital is committed to a promise: No …

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Nationwide Children’s Job Opening: Pediatric Neurodevelopmental Psychologists

Specializing in the assessment and treatment of Autism and other Developmental Disabilities

Nationwide Children’s Hospital is recruiting psychologists in the Child Development Center (CDC). The …

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OPA Legislative Day is Successful Mixture of Education and Advocacy

By: Julie Keller, Capital University Student Volunteer
The 2014 Legislative Day began with short introductions that lead into the first talk given by Representative Robert …

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