Articles Tagged "convention" (Page 2)

1. Start Small When Planning Your Itinerary Conferences are packed full of events, and like a marathon, pacing is key. A little bit of planning can go a huge way! We recommend earmarking your top three events and moving from there. But how do you know which top three events to pick? You may want […]

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Between conference fees, travel, food, and lodging, costs for conferences can add up quickly. We’ve got some tips to keep costs as reasonable as possible. 1. Book in Advance It’s (almost) never too early to start tracking hotel and flight cost. Sites like Kayak, and apps like Hopper will even send alerts to your phone […]

Thursday, August 9th, 2018 **Denotes that CE credits are available. RCT Data on Psychotherapy with Transgender Clients: Feasibility, Outcomes, and Minority Stress (ID: 1192)** 8am-8:50am Lead Submitter: Stephanie Budge, PhD Location: Moscone Center - Room 160 Supervision: Master Supervisors Show & Discuss Their Supervision Session Videos (ID: 1185)** 9am-10:50am Lead Submitter: Arpana G Inman, PhD Location: Moscone […]

Oct 24, 2017

Exciting Times Ever since graduate school, I have always felt that attending the annual APA convention was “my gift to me.” It represents a time to reunite with colleagues that I have not seen in a while and, at the same time, actually learn quite a bit about the advances occurring within psychology. At its […]

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Join with us as we celebrate Charles Gelso, Joshua Swift, Rayna Markin and many others as they receive  awards and grants for their contributions to the advancement of psychotherapy. Imagine yourself with us - you could be next! Each year at the APA Convention, the Society brings together and awards distinguished contributions in the field […]

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