APA Convention 2021

APA 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


Please note that CE Credits will not be given for ON DEMAND Programming. Handouts for each program will be made available here once received. The ON DEMAND Programs will be available until the end of the 2020 year.

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

Click HERE to view the PDF for this video.

Using the Stage Model of Behavioral Treatment to Culturally Adapt Interventions that Address Discrimination