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This page is designed to provide you with information during the 60-day session and throughout the year, so please visit us often for current information on mental health issues in West Virginia.  Should you have questions on a specific topic not covered here, please call the West Virginia Psychological Association office at 304.345.5805 or email info@wvpsychology.org.

Behavior Health Barometer: West Virginia, 2013

Dealing with Distressed Constituents

Developing a Safe School Environment

Psychology: Facts vs. Myths

Preventing Suicide Among Children and Adolescents in West Virginia

Summary of “Economic, Neurological and Behavioral Perspectives on Building America’s Future Workforce”

The Virginia Threat Assessment Model