SUMMIT — Rogers
Behavioral Health System announced Friday that the American
Psychological Association recently accredited the Rogers Center
for Research and Training, which manages the system’s
internships, training and trials, as an accredited training site
A report was submitted by Jody A. Pahlavan, PsyD, and her
colleagues, seeking the accreditation.
“I am very proud of the psychology team and this
accomplishment,” Pahlavan, clinical director of child and
adolescent partial hospital services, said in a statement. “We
have worked very hard to provide a quality training program.
Taking this opportunity to work together on a self-study to
secure our accreditation is one of the highlights of my career.
It’s fulfilling to provide quality training and assure ongoing
growth in the industry.”
The accreditation was awarded upon a vote by the APA Commission
on Accreditation, which evaluated the application and
self-study, followed by a site visit and acceptance by the
board, according to the announcement.
Rogers Behavioral Health System consists of five key
corporations: Rogers Memorial Hospital; Rogers Memorial Hospital
Foundation, Inc.; Rogers Partners in Behavioral Health, LLC;
Rogers Center for Research and Training; and Rogers InHealth.