Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association

PsyR Connections

PsyR Connections is published quarterly and features the latest in the psychiatric rehabilitation field as well as information about the association. The newsletter also serves as a tool for members to communicate with each other in the Connections Corner, where opinions and best practices are shared.
 

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PsyR Connections is published monthly and features the latest in the psychiatric rehabilitation field as well as information about the association. The newsletter also serves as a tool for members to communicate with each other in the Connections Corner, where opinions and best practices are shared.

 

PsyR Connections Articles

CASRA News Check It Out
CASRA member agencies represent $600,000,000 of services to youth, adults and older adults serving over 100,000 individuals and families per year. Read more
A Letter from the CEO Check It Out
We hope you will find this brief newsletter informative, useful, and even, at times, inspiring. Read more
Rehabilitation- A New Path to Recovery Check It Out
As the clock struck 8am, the kitchen doors open with the aroma of freshly cooked breakfast. Soon thereafter the residents emerge from their rooms, all well-dressed after their morning showers to have their first meal of the day. Some look... Read more
A Focus On Youth Check It Out
With the advent of the new Child and Family Resiliency Practitioner (CFRP) certification that launched in 2016, We are excited to highlight some of the 2017 training opportunities that will benefit the children and youth workforce specifically. Read more
Psychiatric Rehabilitation Professionals Earn the Certified Psychiatric Rehabilitation Practitioner (CPRP) Credential PsyR Connections 2016 Issue 3
We are happy to announce the newest class of CPRP's! Read more
Featured Member: Howard D. Trachtman PsyR Connections 2016 Issue 3
I was honored in May at the 2016 Recovery Workforce Summit in Boston with the Isaiah Uliss Award. Read more
Feature Organization: Park Center PsyR Connections Issue 3
In our business, there is a continual need for meaningful, timely professional development to advance our professional skills and attain advanced certifications. The worst scenario for employees is for them to attend a training that they feel is not... Read more
Letter from the PRA Chair PsyR Connections 2016 Issue 3
It has been an exciting several months since we were together in Boston. As you know, Colleen Eubanks has moved into the position of CEO for our organization and is doing a wonderful job as our new leader. She is working closely with Casey Goldberg... Read more

Submit an Article to PsyR Connections

If you are interested in submitting an article for the next issue of PsyR Connections, please see the guidelines below. You can submit an article at any time by sending it to PsyR Connections.

Article Guidelines:

  • Author must be a member of PRA
  • Clear relevance to field of psychiatric rehabilitation
  • 700 words or less; longer articles cannot be accepted
  • Provide web links to further information if applicable
  • Include photographs, logos, or other graphics if available; submissions with photographs will be given top priority
  • Adherence to PRA's language guidelines
  • Include author's full name(s), title, organization, and e-mail address