We are looking forward to an exciting, high-quality Conference with a multitude of activities. This year’s Convention will focus on Transformative Leadership, Advocacy, and the Psychologist’s Role as an Agent of change for individuals, groups, communities, and society at large. Programs from Academicians, Clinicians, Researchers and Students are welcomed.
CPA demonstrates our commitment to educating the psychology community about matters of equity, diversity, inclusion, and belonging. We are proud to offer Diversity Track Programming throughout Convention. Our esteemed colleagues will present thought provoking work and research and will engage in critical dialogues around issues of race, social justice, neurodiversity, gender identity, disability, allyship, and more. Professionals of color are strongly encouraged to submit proposals.
There will be a variety of themes and learning opportunities to address these interests with clinical, academic, and community-based colleagues encouraged to present. All submissions are welcomed to include issues related to diversity, treatment and intervention approaches broad to specific, research/academic questions, integrative care models, population health, forensic & neuropsychological issues, professional responsibilities, ethics and much more.
When submitting a proposal, please note the following:
Given the large number of excellent proposals submitted in recent years we anticipate that not all proposals will be accepted. Proposals will be selected based on relevance to professional psychology and their “fit” with the overall program framework.
Please complete the attached proposal application (Word doc or PDF):
Email your completed application form along with your CV to CPA’s ConventionChair: Dr. Stephanie Pennington at stephanielpennington@gmail.
Proposals DUE: March 31, 2023.