Cultivating Psychologically Healthy Communities
HVPA seeks to advance the profession of psychology and
to serve New York's Hudson Valley community. HVPA was founded in 1984.
Members of HVPA are licensed psychologists who work in various settings
including nonprofit agencies, community mental health clinics, hospitals,
rehabilitation centers, schools, college counseling centers, and private
practice. Members live and work in various regions of the Hudson Valley,
including the counties of Dutchess, Ulster, and Orange.
All members maintain the high standards of
professional and ethical practice as mandated by licensure through the New
York State Board of Education and by principles of the American
Psychological Association (APA) and the New York State Psychological
Association (NYSPA).If you are seeking diagnosis or treatment by a
qualified member psychologist, please click here...
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us with any questions you may have regarding our organization.
CATEGORICAL CONTROVERSIES: WHAT IS NEW IN THE DSM-5?
The recently published DSM-5 includes many changes to the diagnostic manual and many of them are highly controversial. In this presentation, Dr. Jonathan Raskin reviews several of the major changes made in DSM-5, discusses the resulting controversies, and examines the implications of these changes and controversies for everyday practitioners.
WHEN: January 11, 2015 - 10:00 - 12:30 PM
WHERE: Vassar Brothers Hospital - Poughkeepsie, NY
- Conference Room B