• Sept. 6
    This issue addresses the 2019 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule, the Rhode Island parity project, paying off student loans, and APA's guideline on treatment of depression.
  • Aug. 23
    This issue addresses APA’s Integrated Health Care Alliance, college campus shootings and understanding the new testing codes.
  • July 26
    This issue addresses suicide safety planning with military and veteran clients, reduced licensing fees in New Mexico, and an anti-trans bill that targets therapists in Ohio.
  • July 12
    This issue addresses the Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology, striving for happiness and sessions for practitioners at APA convention.
  • June 14
    This issue addresses new cards for Medicare beneficiaries, deciding if integrated care is right for you, and Cultural and community considerations in the prevention of childhood overweight and obesity.
  • May 31
    This issue addresses mistaken payments for Medicare telehealth and the Mental and Behavioral Health Registry.
  • May 17
    This issue addresses becoming a supervisor, teen dating violence, and the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) new federal rule allowing VA healthcare providers to practice via telehealth across state lines.
  • May 3
    This issue addresses new coding system for Psychological and Neuropsychological Testing services, practicing across state lines, and studying Prolonged Exposure treatment for PTSD.
  • April 19
    This issue addresses the ADA-APA Mental Health Provider Diabetes Education Program, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services annual physician fee schedule, participating in your member of Congress’s town hall meetings, and TRICARE reimbursement rates.
  • April 5
    This issue addresses airlines policies on emotional support animals, learning about military, becoming an advocate, and changes to Dementia Care Planning codes.
  • March 22
    This issue addresses obesity and overweight in children and adolescents, psychology leaders visit to Congress, state and federal legislators commitment to psychology, Hilary Kindsfater, PhD, advocacy work, complications of comorbid PTSD and opioid use disorder, compact bills failing in South Dakota and Arizona, and honoring mental health advocate Sen. Claire McCaskill.
  • March 8
    This issue addresses billing code changes for psychologists, resources for military psychologists and civilian providers, and how to become a great leader.
  • Feb. 22
    This issue addresses political action committees and the Relative Value-Scale Update Committee.
  • Feb. 8
    This issue addresses saving for retirement, new aAssociation structure, psychologists’ participation in the Relative Value-Scale Update Committee survey, and the Department of Veterans Affairs Community Provider Toolkit.
  • Jan. 25 
    This issue addresses psychology’s political action committee, Teresa Bruce of the Utah Psychological Association, and burnout in mental health providers.
  • Jan. 11
    This issue addresses surviving financial instability, preserving TRICARE payment rates, and last year’s legislative and regulatory accomplishments for psychologists.