The Kentucky Psychological Association and Kentucky Psychological Foundation are heartbroken by the loss of life and community destruction by the tornadoes in western Kentucky. KPA and KPF are here to support our colleagues and communities as they grieve and work toward recovery and healing. See here and here for resources on how to help or talk to loved ones, For those who may be troubled by these events over the next few weeks or months, help is available. Start here or contact [email protected] for treatment resources. 

KPA has partnered with the Red Cross- you can donate here: https://rdcrss.org/kpf

For ways to help with immediate needs: https://wfpl.org/heres-how-you-can-help-tornado-victims/

KPA- Donate to the Red Cross
APA - Resources on Recovering from a Disaster
APA - Managing traumatic stress: After a tornado
KPF - Roadmap to Behavioral Health

 

                           



Congratulations to Dr. Steven Kniffley, Jr. Ph.D., on being honored by the University of Louisville and Louisville Alumni with the 2021 Diversity Leadership Award as a distinguished graduate of UofL. Click here to read more. 


JFCS Names David L. Finke, Ph.D. as Chief Executive Officer, click here to read more.


David T. Susman, Ph.D.,
was elected Chair-elect of CLT. Dr. Susman will serve three-year terms on CLT (2022-2024). Dr. Susman will also serve a two-year term on the Board of Directors (2022-2023) while serving as Chair-Elect and Chair of CLT.

 


Drs. Candice Hargons & Steven Kniffley, Jr are featured in an article from WDRB, "Quiet Crisis: Kentucky racial trauma clinics see an increase in demand for mental services, training," Click here to read the full article.