For the second straight time, five psychologists will sit in Congress when the body convenes in January. Tim Murphy, Ph.D., a Republican, of suburban Pittsburgh, was elected to a second term in a bowtie-shaped district in Southwestern Pennsylvania. Murphy, who started the Mental Health Caucus during his first term in office, handily defeated Democratic challenger […]Continue Reading ...
The Arizona Psychological Association has intervened in a two-decades-old court case in an attempt to help solve the mental health crisis in Maricopa County, the state’s most populous and home to Phoenix. In a letter to the judge overseeing the case, known as Arnold v. Sarn, Ellen W. Williams, Ph.D., president of the association, said […]Continue Reading ...
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