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2018 NCPA SPRING CONFERENCE: CELEBRATE NCPA’S 70th ANNIVERSARY

This year’s NCPA Spring CE Workshops & Conference is extra-special – we will be celebrating the 70th Anniversary of NCPA!  Join us on Friday April 27 and Saturday 28, 2018 at the Friday Center in Chapel Hill for Continuing Education Workshops, the Annual Student Poster Session, and a Special 70th Anniversary Awards Luncheon as we honor NCPA’s 70 years of service to psychology.  The registration deadline is Noon on Monday, April 23. Online registration is now closed.

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We hope you’ll join us for this special conference!


APA WEBINAR SERIES ON MENTAL HEALTH OF MINORITY CHILDREN

The APA Children, Youth and Families Office is hosting a 2-part webinar series on Minority Children’s Mental Health. The sessions will take place April 20 and April 27 at 12:00 pm. The goals of this series are to:

a) increase practitioners’ awareness of mental health disparities in children and youth;
b) expand knowledge of the environmental factors contributing to children and youth mental health and service utilization; and
c) build practitioners’ competence and confidence in their ability to treat, ameliorate, and prevent negative mental health outcomes in children and youth.

Please visit bit.ly/2pVu4AL to register for the first session and bit.ly/2uGx20z to register for the second session. CE is being offered – and the first 100 participants of each session will receive free CE!


STATEMENT OF APA PRESIDENT IN RESPONSE TO FLORIDA HIGH SCHOOL SHOOTING

Following is the statement of APA President Jessica Henderson Daniel, Ph.D., on the shooting at a Florida high school that killed 17 and injured at least 14 others:

“Tragically, our nation is once again confronted with a school shooting, which has cut short all too many lives and forever affected so many others. We must take concerted action as a nation to ensure that our schools are once again safe havens for our children and youth. In this time of shock and grief, psychology and psychologists can offer those in distress the comfort, guidance and counseling they need to maintain resilience in the midst of such profound sorrow.”  Continue reading.


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