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Prepare To Submit Your CE Requirements in 2019 - What You Need to Know Webinar Playback is Now Available!

Posted: November 19, 2018

Access to playback of our latest webinar: Prepare To Submit Your CE Requirements in 2019 - What You Need to Know, presented by Laura F. Knudtson, Ph.D. is Now Available!

Did you know that our other webinars are also available? Click on the "CE & Events" tab to access these past webinars. Be sure to check them out, too!

View Recording Here.

 

 

SAMD Event: Film presentation- Being Muslim in America: Acts of Courage and Healing

Posted: November 19, 2018

This film, inspired by the Kahn “Gold Star” family who first appeared at the 2016 DNC Convention, is designed to provide an opportunity for education, discussion and connection around important topics related to diversity and multiculturalism. Specifically, it chronicles the personal histories of six area Muslims as they struggle with issues of Islamophobia. The goal of this film as stated by the co-producers, Mary Ann Watson, Ph.D. and Christine Sheikh, Ph.D., is to help us “understand and appreciate differences in religions and cultures as well as to experience more directly the similarities of the human experience worldwide.”

Please join the co-producers, Drs. Mary Ann Watson and Christine Sheikh, in a discussion of how we as mental health professionals can become better acquainted with our Muslim community as we expand our knowledge base to become more competent mental health providers. (Dr. Watson would like to extend a special thank you to Videographer Scott Houck, M.A. for his tireless work and dedication to detail in the making of this film.) 

Date: Wednesday, December 12, 2018
Time: 6:00 pm – 7:45 pm
Location: Ross-Cherry Creek Library
305 Milwaukee Street
Denver, CO. 80206

All interested parties are welcome. Light refreshments will be served. If you would like to attend, please RSVP: Reine Evereteze, Psy.D. (SAMD Chair) at 303-202-6143 or email: [email protected] by no later than Wednesday, December 5th.
Thank you and we hope to see you there.

 

Denver-Rocky Mountain Association of Black Psychologists 2018 Fall Professional Development Symposium

Posted: November 19, 2018

2018 FALL PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SYMPOSIUM ENHANCING HEALING AND WELLNESS IN THE BLACK COMMUNITY

DATE: November 30, 2018
TIME: 10:30 am - 5pm
WHERE: Blair-Caldwell African American Research Library 2401 Welton Street, Denver, CO 80205
COST: $60 for students with ID and $100 for all others

For more information please email [email protected] or call 719-337-6409.

Click here for registration information.

Click here for agenda.

 

Call for Nominations for 2019 Early Career Psychologist Delegates to Practice Leadership Conference

Posted: November 19, 2018

The APA Practice Directorate is pleased to announce the continuation of the program to fund ten ECPs, which includes the SPTA representative from the APA Committee on ECPs, to participate in the Practice Leadership Conference as part of their State, Provincial, and Territorial Psychological Association (SPTA) delegations. The feedback from the past ECP programs has been extremely positive and we are excited about building upon that success again next year.  

The goal of this program is to recognize Early Career Psychologists who are active in their SPTAs and to raise the visibility and importance of ECPs within the SPTAs as well as within APA. We feel strongly about our need to enhance the recruitment, retention and leadership development of psychologists just beginning their careers and accordingly, we are writing to invite you to nominate an Early Career Psychologist who you believe has the qualities that would merit his or her participation in this program.  

PLC is APA’s premier advocacy and leadership training conference. The APA Committee of State Leaders (CSL) has a long history of contributing to this conference, including coordination of the PLC Diversity Initiative for the past 20 years. This year CSL would like to expand the conference’s emphasis in this area by raising the consciousness of PLC attendees about issues of diversity and inclusion. These diversity and inclusion issues include, but are not limited to, age and career stage, gender, gender identity, race, ethnicity, culture, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, ability status, language, socioeconomic status, immigration status, and level of acculturation.  In addition, it is hoped that PLC attendees will be mindful of the impact of differences in power and privilege as conference participants interact in numerous contexts.

We will consider individuals who have obtained their doctorate within the past ten (10) years as meeting the definition of ECP.  SPTAs that have had ECPs funded before can submit nominations for new and/or returning ECP delegates. We also welcome nominations from SPTAs that have never applied before and will give such nominations extra consideration.  All nominees must be members of APA.

THE DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION IS MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 2018

Click here for selection criteria.

 

Register For Prepare To Submit Your CE Requirements in 2019 - What You Need to Know Webinar on November 15!

Posted: November 12, 2018

The August 31, 2019 deadline to satisfy continuing professional development requirements - in order to renew, reinstate, or reactivate your professional license - is fast approaching!

Make sure you understand your requirements! We will cover the following elements:

  1. An optional Reflective Self-Assessment Tool (RSAT) and establishment of learning goals;
  2. Development of a Learning Plan;
  3. Execution of the Learning Plan. Accrual of forty (40) Professional Development Hours (PDH) through the Professional Development Activities (PDA) is required; and
  4. Documentation of completed PDH.

Speaker:
Laura F. Knudtson, Ph.D.

Register Here!

Learn More!

 
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