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February 2022 Newsletter

February 1, 2022
Happy February all!

The Winter season is certainly upon us but while the days are short (and for some snowy), they remain very productive. We have a lot of exciting events and position announcements around our community! Of note, Division 19's Student Affairs Committee is seeking applicants for the National Representative position, applications will be accepted until February 28, 2022. Scroll to the open positions section to apply!

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

Upcoming Conference: IMTA

Call to Action.
 We ask Division 19 members to attend IMTA, to share their research and best practices, and to network with international colleagues (registrants from ~10 countries so far). Submit your abstracts (due 8 FEB), register to attend (regular registration ends 15 FEB), and reserve your hotel rooms (15 FEB to ensure conference rate). Information can be found at the IMTA 2022 website

Submissions. IMTA is accepting abstract submissions for papers, symposia, and posters. Deadline is 8 FEB. Notifications are on a rolling basis. If you previous submitted an abstract, notifications are coming out this week. If you need a little more time, please contact the committee. Submission guidelines can be found here. Submissions can be made here.

**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.
The Neurodevelopmental Pediatric Department is searching for a Pediatric Clinical Psychologist to join our team.  We are looking for a psychologist with an interest in diagnostic testing and evaluation services.  Our clinic provides diagnostic testing for autism as well as other neurodevelopmental disorders and our psychologist plays a vital role in the evaluation of children of all ages, including those under three.  We also provide cognitive testing, specifically for patients with complex disorders such as children with heart disease, seizure disorders, history of bypass/ECMO, chromosomal and genetic syndromes, and fetal alcohol syndrome.  The Neurodevelopmental Pediatric Department Clinical Psychologist would also have the opportunity to sit on multiple multi-disciplinary clinics at NMCP such as Craniofacial Clinic and the Disorders of Sexual Differentiation Clinic.   We offer an awesome collaborative team model with members that includes a full complement of speech/occupational and physical therapists, developmental pediatricians, genetics and support staff.  This position guarantees ample autonomy and self-driven decision making.  We would love to discuss our position and how we can meld your expertise and goals for practice with our needs. Please click here to apply
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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