"Progress Notes: Keeping Tabs on the Practice of Psychology" is a podcast produced by the APA Practice Organization with practicing psychologists in mind. Episodes cover a range of topics that affect practitioners, including the financial and legal aspects of running a business. Listeners will also hear expert analysis on developments in health care policy along with stories that highlight the work of fellow psychologists
Self-care for Psychologists
Self-care is on more people’s minds as they seek ways to lower their stress levels and improve mental health. In this episode, a psychologist and self-care expert shares why practitioners need to make it a priority as well.
Finding a Niche: Reproductive Psychology
A reproductive psychologist discusses her experience practicing at the intersection of health, technology and culture.
Public practice: Sharing your expertise in the media
Two media-savvy psychologists explain how you can make an impact beyond your office.
Shutting Down: How to close your practice
In this episode of Progress Notes, psychologists share their tips on how to close your solo or group practice the right way.
A Practicing Psychologist in Tech
Dr. Athena Robinson, Chief Clinical Officer at Woebot Labs, talks about the value that practicing psychologists add to the tech industry.
Helping Veterans Heal
In this episode of Progress Notes, a psychologist discusses her unique role in training veterans to work as peer support specialists at Veterans Affairs.
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Very informative for the practitioner!
I just listened to the HIPPA compliant episode and it was a topic that’s been on my mind, so I’m glad the APA put a short, 17min podcast out about it featuring some experts in the area. I think the sound quality and editing is clear and I was able to follow the topic without confusion. Highly recommend!
What happened to the podcast?
There appears there are no episodes since 2018. Did the podcast dissolve? Please advise😊
Glad it's here, but...
I like the idea of this podcast and I'll continue listening. Probably. My main difficulty with it is the audio/sound. It's really tinny and poorly balanced half of the time, and it makes it hard to listen to. I get that you're operating with tele-interviews, but even the host isn't mixed great. Please get an audio person in there to make it sound more professional! Decent (albeit sorta generic) content.