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March 2022 Newsletter

March 1, 2022

In like a lion, out like a lamb- March is upon us. As we witness history with the Russian invasion of Ukraine and acknowledge the fears that are growing around the world about what it means for the people of Ukraine, it is important to be mindful of how we can help- the Center for Deployment Psychology has put out a call for resources to assist the psychologists in Ukraine who are supporting the people during this time. Please email Dr. William Brimm at to provide any materials that may be beneficial to add to the library.

During these challenging times, our community continues to host events and opportunities to foster growth and connection. The Early Career Psychologist (ECP) group have created a listserv to continue this growth beyond the student years- be sure to scroll down in the newsletter to sign up!

If you want us to share your events, research, or open positions, please e-mail us at .
-- Victoria De Hoyos, MA
Chair-Select, APA Division 19 Student Affairs Committee
**DATE CHANGED for Pathways to Military Internships: The Summer Institute

Div 19 Student Initiative Fund

Division 19 will award financial awards up to $800, not to exceed $3,000 in total awards to graduate or undergraduate students who plan to demonstrate excellence in advancing the science and practice of military psychology in unique and novel ways. The purpose of the Student Initiative Fund is to support psychology student engagement at the individual, local, and campus chapter levels. Specifically, students and campus chapters engaged in activities, research, or grassroots efforts to further the science, practice, and advocacy of military psychology. 

Applications for this fund will be reviewed on a rolling basis. There is no specific deadline for submissions. Once funds are allocated not to exceed $3,000 per fiscal year (February-February), no additional funds will be awarded until funds are replenished in the next fiscal year. Please click here for more information and application.
Emma Church of Chestnut Hill College seeks to understand U.S. Army service members' perception of mental health and mental health treatment over the past thirteen years. Interviews will be conducted via video call over course of an hour. 

Eligibility Requirements:
  •  Minimum of thirteen years in the U.S. Army with three years of Active-Duty service
  • Currently serving or a recent veteran (within two years of previous service experience.
If you fit these descriptors and would like to participate in the study, please email or 484-758-0386.
Postdoctoral Fellowship with STRONG STAR Consortium: The UT Health San Antonio Division of Behavioral Medicine is seeking a competent and motivated postdoctoral psychology fellow to serve as a research therapist for a study funded by the Department of Defense (DoD), apply by April 30. The aim of the study is to better understand how to improve functioning and readiness for active duty service members and beneficiaries who experience chronic pain. Study recruitment is occurring in the primary care clinics located on or nearby the military installation of Fort Hood in Killeen, Texas. Individuals must be willing to serve as behavioral health consultants and provide brief, targeted behavioral and cognitive assessments and interventions within the primary care setting. The fellow will receive expert training and supervision in delivering Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Chronic Pain from the Defense Health Agency and the Principal Investigators CAPT Jeff Goodie and Dr. Don McGeary.  Please see the advertisement in full below.
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