Virginia Academy of Clinical Psychologists (VACP)

Virginia Academy of Clinical Psychologists (VACP) is the voice of professional clinical psychology within the Commonwealth of Virginia. Its purpose is "the advancement of Clinical Psychology as a science, as a profession, and as a means of promoting human welfare by developing and encouraging high standards of ethics and training; by providing the opportunity for the exchange of experience and research through discussions, presentation and publications; and by educating the public in the purposes and goals of the art and science of the practice of clinical psychology for the promotion of the public welfare.


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Welcome New Members!
Whitney Begeman, Psy.D.
Kimberley S. Coddington, Ph.D.
Mark Hovee, Psy.D.
Carey S. Incledon, Psy.D.
Vicki Johnson, Psy.D.
Elizabeth King, Psy.D.
Hilary Linderman, Psy.D.
Desh Nendze, Psy.D.
Katherine Partridge, Psy.D.
Stephanie Robins, Psy.D.
Faye Romano, Psy.D.
Erica Rouch, Ph.D.
Brandis Ruise, Ph.D.
Lauren Smith-Papke, Ph.D.
Jennifer Sutherland, Ph.D.
Melissa Ward, Psy.D.

VACP's 2021 Spring Convention will be held virtually on April 16th - Click for details and to register!

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