Clinicians now have an interactive, online forum where they can find, share and discuss resources and useful web sites like practice management tools, anxiety, dementia, postpartum depression, and other topics relevant to their practices.

Tired of 9 Million hits that don't answer your practice question? Try PsycLINK* instead!  

Part social networking site, part community bulletin board, PsycLINK is a wiki platform "by psychologists, for psychologists." Psychologists can also use PsycLINK to pose questions, get answers to their clinical issues, and receive e-mail updates when members add new content. 

APA's Presidential Task Force on Advancing Practice developed the new tool, and the Task Force believes PsycLINK will grow over time and increase in value as practitioners add to the content. We also see it evolving as a way for clinicians to easily get pertinent clinical and patient related references and information, interact with colleagues, and have discussions that one can participate in as desired. It is an online product, and while one can get notified of postings, it is not email intensive in the slightest.

As an APA member, you can benefit from this valuable resource by signing in to, click on and create your profile. Sign up for email updates, add materials and share resources, and comment on current materials. The more psychologists that sign up, the more the Wiki will grow and evolve into a premiere resource for practitioners, educators and researchers.

*Editor's Note: PsycLINK is no longer available for APA use. It went out of production in September 2015.