(ARLINGTON, VA September 2015) – Argosy University, Washington, DC will host Psychology at the DC VA: Externship, Internship, and Beyond, on Wednesday, September 30, 2015 from noon-1 pm in Room 712. The event features Dr. Slavomir Zapata and is open to all students in the Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology and Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology programs.
Slavomir Zapata, Ph.D. is the Director of Psychology Training Programs at the Washington DC VA Medical Center, where he has program and personnel management responsibilities for all three components of the Psychology Training Program; the Post-doctoral Fellowship training program, the Psychology Internship training program and the practicum student training program. Dr. Zapata served as the acting Chief of Psychology Service at the Washington DC VA Medical Center, from March to December 2014. He is also the Coordinator of the Health Improvement Program (HIP) and works primarily with veterans diagnosed with serious mental illness (SMI) and co-morbid medical disorders.
For more information on Dr. Zapata or the Washington DC VA Medical Center, please visit http://www.washingtondc.va.gov/index.asp.
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