APA Convention 2021
CALL FOR PROPOSALS FOR THE 2021 APA CONVENTION. APA IS HOPING TO HAVE AN IN-PERSON MEETING, BUT AT THIS TIME DIVISIONS ARE PLANNING FOR 100% VIRTUAL PROGRAMMING
The Society of Clinical Psychology is requesting proposals in the following categories:
- Poster Presentations: Sharing of research findings, new ideas, innovations and advances in the profession with as many individuals as possible.
- Symposia: Focused sessions in which multiple participants present their views about a common theme, issue or question. In some instances, a discussant may summarize the various points of view.
- Discussions/Conversation Hours: Opportunities for informal discussion and exchange of ideas between the audience and usually one or two presenters. Skill-Building Sessions: Workshops based on teaching direct skills and application of theory to participants.
We welcome any and all submissions from the field of clinical psychology, broadly.
- We particularly encourage proposals that align with the 2021 Division 12 Hot Topics:
- Technology (mobile apps, telehealth, and social media) in psychological assessment and delivery of psychological services.
- Diversity issues.
- Dissemination and implementation of evidence-based practices. Integration of mental health issues in primary care settings.
- The pandemic, disasters, or climate change – opportunities for prevention and intervention. Children and families.
**Proposals can be submitted via the APA online Call for Convention Proposals
- General Submission Deadline: January 12, 2021
- Collaborative Programming Proposals Deadline: December 7, 2020
- CE Workshop Proposal Deadline: January 6, 2021
APA 2020 Continuing the Convention Series
ON DEMAND Programming
Culturally Responsive Cognitive Behavioral Approaches for the Treatment of Anxiety Disorders
Cultural Competencies in Training: Foci on Older Adults, Veterans, Asian/Asian Americans, and Women
A Wise Minded Home: Home Sanitation Intervention for Self- Harm Behaviors
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Using the Stage Model of Behavioral Treatment to Culturally Adapt Interventions that Address Discrimination