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    Robotic pets help patients and staff engage on a personal level. They let elderly Veterans reflect on happy life experiences.

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  • VA mental health professionals work to prevent Veteran suicide

    VA mental health professionals walk alongside Veterans on their journey to improve their mental health, prevent Veteran suicide.

  • VICTORS: Caring for Veterans with significant visual impairment

    The VICTORS outpatient program represents a unique team approach to vision rehabilitation using the disciplines of optometry, ophthalmology, social work, psychology and low vision therapists.

  • VIDEO: Get an inside look at working as a VA psychologist

    Joel Schmidt, associate director of advanced fellowships, discussed VA psychology careers on our Talk About It Tuesday live broadcast.

  • Enjoy the total rewards of a psychology career at VA

    Interested in a career as a VA psychologist? VA careers come with an abundance of rich rewards, including competitive pay and generous benefits.

  • Help Veterans care for their mental and emotional health as a psychologist

    VA is hiring psychologists across the nation to help empower Veterans to take charge of their mental health and wellbeing.

  • Houston VA makes it easier for Veterans to get psychology services

    Mental health is good medicine, and the Houston VA Medical Center is making it easier than ever to receive psychological services. 

  • For Vets with PTSD, therapeutic group outings may pave the way back into communal life

    At the Baltimore VA Medical Center, Veterans with PTSD have participated in group-based exposure therapy, benefiting from mutual support—and a therapist’s guidance—as they tackle group outings such as bus rides and restaurant visits.

  • #BorneTheBattle 104: Wendy Tenhula – Director of Innovation and Collaboration for the Office of Mental Health and Suicide Prevention

    Dr. Wendy Tenhula shares her role at VA, progress we've seen in Veterans seeking treatment for mental health issues, and the value of Make the Connection.

  • Facebook live chat recap: The application and hiring process

    On Tuesday, June 14th, VHA recruiter Hillary Garcia took to […]

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