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CPA’s Annual UnConvention
October 23, 2020 @ 10:00 am - November 13, 2020 @ 3:00 pm$10 – $140
Please join CPA for the 2020 UnConvention
CPA will be hosting a number of virtual CE presentations/workshops over a five week period kicking off on October 23rd and ending with our amazing Keynote Speaker – Candice Norcott, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Psychiatry and Behavior Neuroscience, University of Chicago. Dr, Norcott will present – Working at the Intersection: Trauma, Race, and Resilience in Black Girls and Women on November 13th. Our keynote presentation is being co-sponsored by the Diversity Committee.
Please review the schedule of workshops/presentations below. Your registration will give you access to all of the presentations and networking opportunities included in the CPA UnConvention. In order to receive CE credit, you will need to be sure to log into the zoom link for the entire duration of the presentation and you will need to fill out the presentation evaluation in order to receive a CE certificate. All registrants will receive a zoom link and access to the evaluations. The Annual Meeting and the Networking lunches are open to all registrants but do not qualify for CE.
CPA Members – $100 Non-CPA Members – $140 Students – $10
Session I – Friday, October 23, 2020
9:50 -11:00 am – The Future of CPA: Defining Priorities During the COVID Crisis and Beyond
Presenters: Jessica Guite, Ph.D., Meghan Butler, Psy.D., Anne Klee,, Ph.D., Mark Spellmann, Ph,D.
12:00 – 12:50 pm – Lunch/ Neuropsych Network Group
12:50–2:00 pm – Modern Unconscious and Psychotherapy
Presenter: Shiva Rezvan Ph.D.
2:00-3:10 pm – Finding Peace and Acceptance with Eating and Weight: The Practice of Intuitive Eating and Health at Every Size
Presenters: Elizabeth Rathbun, Psy.D. and Joy Zelikovsky, Psy.D.
Session II – Tuesday, October 27, 2020
9:50 -11:00 am – Incorporating Temperament Based Strategies into Your Clinical Practice
Presenters: Sandee McClowry, Ph.D., RN, FAAN and Mark Spellmann, Ph.D.
12:00 – 12:50 pm – Lunch/ Forensic Psychology Network Group
12:50–2:00 pm – Psychologists Essential Role In the Collaborative Divorce Process: Minimizing Collateral Damage
Presenters: Elaine Ducharme, Ph.D. and Abby Cole, Ph.D.
2:00-3:10 pm – Practicing Psychology in a Post Pandemic World
Presenters: Stephanie Pennington, Ph.D., Brett Steinberg, Ph.D., Beth Karassik, Ph.D. and Karen Zelman, Ph.D.
Session III – Wednesday, November 4, 2020
9:50 -11:00 am – Early Warning Signs of Affective and Psychotic Disorders in Children
Presenter: Beth Weiner, Psy.D.
12:00 – 12:50 pm – Lunch/ Student Network Group
12:50–2:00 pm – From Physical Distancing to Self-Compassion: Provider Emotional Wellness During COVID-19
Presenter: Heather Howell, MSW, LCSW, MA
2:00-3:10 pm – Introducing EMDR to Children of Color
Presenters: Candace Weigle-Spier, Psy.D. and Ava Haft, LCSW
Session IV – Thursday, November 12, 2020
9:50 -11:00 am – The Stigma of Mental Illness: Attitudes of Individuals with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Presenters: Christina Taylor, Ph.D. and Diane Sholomskas, Ph.D.
12:00 – 12:50 pm – Lunch/ EDTF Network Group
12:50–2:00 pm – Providing Culturally Relevant Supervision: Supporting Trainees Who Work With Monolingual Spanish Speakers – Round Table Discussion
Presenter: Manuel Paris, Psy.D., Michelle A. Silva, Psy.D., and Mariana Nicholls, Ph.D.
2:00-3:10 pm – Mental Heath and the Transition to College: Finding the Right Fit
Presenter: Greg Pauletti, MS
Session V – Friday, November 13, 2020
9:50 -11:00 am – The COVID Pandemic and its Impact on the Field of Psychology
Presenter: Jennifer Doran, Ph.D., Panel: Anne Klee, Ph.D., Allison Ponce, Ph.D., Darius Fathi, Psy.D., Sharif Okasha, Psy.D., Carrissa Phipps, Ph.D., Caleb Peck, Psy.D., Doc Kugelmass, Ph.D., Janet Spoltore, Ph.D. and Anita Schepker, JD
11:00 am – 12:00 pm – CPA Annual Meeting & Awards
12:00 – 1:00 pm – Lunch/ Early Career Network Group
12:50–2:00 pm – Healing Trauma: Working with the Mind and Body
Presenter: Vamsi Koneru, Ph.D. and Sandrine Harris, SEP, GCFP
KEYNOTE 2:00-3:10 pm – Working at the Intersection: Trauma, Race, and Resilience in Black Girls and Women
Presenter: Candice Norcott, Ph.D.