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The limited space on a Navigation button allows only a one or two word description of the link. Here is a brief overview of the topics on this Navigation bar:
- PsychologyInfo - This will take you to the home page for Psychology Information Online.
- Information for Psychologists. This includes: Procedures for listing your practice in the National Directory of Psychologists; How to Publish articles on Psychology Information Online; How to Develop a practice website and complete Internet consulting services for your practice through
Internet Practice Solutions; and links to online resources for your practice, such as CE Programs, test materials, professional books, software,
journals, billing and practice management services, insurance information, job openings, and more.
- This takes you to the main consumer information page, which links to all information about psychological problems and treatment, as well as information on selecting a psychologist.
- Descriptions of the different areas of specialization in psychology; the relationship of psychology to other mental health professions; Graduate training in psychology and related fields; other resources for psychology careers; professional and textbooks in psychology; Internships and Fellowships in psychology; psychology jobs; and more.
- Continuing Ed - Provides information about continuing education programs in psychology and other mental health disciplines.
- Grad Education
- Descriptions of psychology graduate programs. Information about specializations offered by each school, and links to the Psychology Department website, for more detailed information about each program.
- List Your Practice - This takes you to the onine form for listing your practice in the National Directory of Psychologists
- Jobs - Online job listings in psychology and mental health. Also contains information for employers wishing to post jobs.
- Resources for professional psychologists, including testing information and supplies, professional reference books and materials, client workbooks and resources, professional journals, practice management software and other practice management supplies.
- The National Directory of Psychologists, which lists psychologists across the United States, sorted by state, town, and specialty (coming soon). Includes contact information for all State Psychology Licensing Boards and State Psychological Associations. Psychologists can learn how to be listed.
- FAQs - Frequently asked questions about psychology and psychological practice.
- Value-website - Discusion about the value of a website in marketing your practice.
- Develop Website - Step by step instructions on developing a practice website.
- Forensic Issues
- Links will take you to detailed information on specific forensic psychology services, and articles about forensic topics when available.
- Online Articles
- Informaton about writing and publishing articles on Psychology Information Online. Outlines the benefits and provides instructions for submitting articles, as well as suggesting topics.
- Subject Index - Lists alphabetically all of the topics and categories covered by Psychology Information Online, with direct links to the topic pages.
- Information Categories - Provides a brief description of the psychology practice subjects covered in Psychology Information Online.
- Navigation - This is this page.
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