The Division 22 Mentoring Program was established in 2014 to form an organized network of professional Rehabilitation Psychology mentors across the career lifespan to mentor identified mentees in career development and personal growth.
The objectives of the Mentoring Program are described on the Division 22 Mentorship Committee page. For trainees, this is an excellent opportunity to gain professional development mentorship from leading members in the field. This is also a great way to network with others interested in Rehabilitation Psychology outside of our annual conferences.
If you would like to join the Mentoring Program as a mentor (to provide mentorship to a more junior member) or as a mentee (to receive mentorship from a more senior member), please contact Dr. Jennifer Lumpkin or Dr. Laurie Nash for an application or to obtain more information about this program.