COVID-19 Town Halls: 

In this time of heightened uncertainty and quickly evolving needs, APA leadership will be holding virtual town halls where APA members can come together, ask questions, and share ideas.

Finding Presence Through Pilates

As we find ourselves facing new challenges arising from social distancing and isolation, it is more important than ever that we bring attention to our physical and mental well-being. Through a committed mindful movement practice, we can counteract the increased levels of stress and anxiety typical of an unfamiliar, unpredictable environment. Originally created to address health issues among those interned in camps during WW1, the Pilates method of exercise approaches the body as a whole system to move and breathe in a way that promotes self-healing. In this class, we will draw upon the original work of Joseph H. Pilates to keep the body flowing in the ways it was designed to function. While using the breath to facilitate each movement, we will bring awareness and awaken the connection between mind and body. Finding this relationship and using our senses to observe the environment, we will bring ourselves to the present and find peace in the now.

Monday, April 6, 2020, 1:00 – 2:00 PM EDT

Instructor: Sara C. Berger, NCPT | View Bio

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Meditation Part 1 – Listening from the Heart & Finding Your Way Home

Dr. Paula Kliger introduces the psychology of “self-study” and the power of a meditation and
mindfulness practice to open the heart and mind to be more present, focused, and grounded in
the face of adversity and, generally, in order to manage the demands, stresses, and challenges of
the range of human experiences that arise in our lives.

Monday, April 6, 2020, 1:00 – 2:00 PM EDT

Instructor: Paula Christian-Kliger, PhD, ABPP | View Bio

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Yoga for Stress Release

Yoga for Stress Release is a gentle yoga class that guides students through easy stretches and poses to regulate the nervous system – bringing calm, focus, and tranquility during these uncertain times. Designed for students of any level – pure novice to advanced practitioner – Yoga for Stress Release meets students where they are, helping them loosen tight muscles, breathe more deeply, and move their bodies with pure joy. As a bonus, students walk away from this class with simple exercises they can bring back to their desks and their workday.

Wednesday, April 8, 2020, 1:00 – 2:00 PM EDT

Instructor: Laura Zam, RYT | View Bio

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Town Hall Schedule

APA Member Town Hall, with a special focus on telehealth and reimbursement

This week's special guest will be APA's Chief of Professional Practice Dr. Jared Skillings. He will take questions related to telehealth and reimbursement. This event is open to all APA members and affiliates.

Wednesday, April 22, 1 – 2 PM ET

Dr. Sandra L. Shullman, 2020 APA President, Dr. Arthur C. Evans, Jr., APA CEO, and Dr. Jared Skillings, APA Chief of Professional Practice

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Dr. Sandra L. Shullman, 2020 APA President, and Dr. Arthur C. Evans, Jr., APA CEO, will provide an update on APA’s approach to the COVID-19 pandemic and work on behalf of the organization, the field of psychology, and the public. Each town hall will feature a special guest, who will provide a deeper dive on a particular topic, but most of the time will be devoted to conversation. 

These events are open to all APA members and affiliates.

Member Discussions with APA's President and CEO

Finding Presence Through Pilates

As we find ourselves facing new challenges arising from social distancing and isolation, it is more important than ever that we bring attention to our physical and mental well-being. Through a committed mindful movement practice, we can counteract the increased levels of stress and anxiety typical of an unfamiliar, unpredictable environment. Originally created to address health issues among those interned in camps during WW1, the Pilates method of exercise approaches the body as a whole system to move and breathe in a way that promotes self-healing. In this class, we will draw upon the original work of Joseph H. Pilates to keep the body flowing in the ways it was designed to function. While using the breath to facilitate each movement, we will bring awareness and awaken the connection between mind and body. Finding this relationship and using our senses to observe the environment, we will bring ourselves to the present and find peace in the now.

Monday, April 6, 2020, 1:00 – 2:00 PM EDT

Instructor: Sara C. Berger, NCPT | View Bio

REGISTER

Meditation Part 1 – Listening from the Heart & Finding Your Way Home

Dr. Paula Kliger introduces the psychology of “self-study” and the power of a meditation and
mindfulness practice to open the heart and mind to be more present, focused, and grounded in
the face of adversity and, generally, in order to manage the demands, stresses, and challenges of
the range of human experiences that arise in our lives.

Monday, April 6, 2020, 1:00 – 2:00 PM EDT

Instructor: Paula Christian-Kliger, PhD, ABPP | View Bio

REGISTER

Yoga for Stress Release

Yoga for Stress Release is a gentle yoga class that guides students through easy stretches and poses to regulate the nervous system – bringing calm, focus, and tranquility during these uncertain times. Designed for students of any level – pure novice to advanced practitioner – Yoga for Stress Release meets students where they are, helping them loosen tight muscles, breathe more deeply, and move their bodies with pure joy. As a bonus, students walk away from this class with simple exercises they can bring back to their desks and their workday.

Wednesday, April 8, 2020, 1:00 – 2:00 PM EDT

Instructor: Laura Zam, RYT | View Bio

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Town Hall, with a special focus on challenges facing State, Provincial or Territorial Psychological Associations

Dr. Sandra L. Shullman, 2020 APA President, and Dr. Arthur C. Evans, Jr., CEO, will provide an update on APA’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic and work on behalf of the organization, the field of psychology, and the public. This town hall will have a special focus on the challenges facing state, provincial or territorial psychological associations. 

Wednesday, June 3, 1 – 2 PM ET 

Speakers: Dr. Sandra L. Shullman, 2020 APA President; Dr. Arthur C. Evans, Jr., APA CEO; Kathleen Ashton, PhD, ABPP, President-elect, Division 31; and Stefanie Reeves, CAE, Chair-elect, CESPPA

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Finding Presence Through Pilates

As we find ourselves facing new challenges arising from social distancing and isolation, it is more important than ever that we bring attention to our physical and mental well-being. Through a committed mindful movement practice, we can counteract the increased levels of stress and anxiety typical of an unfamiliar, unpredictable environment. Originally created to address health issues among those interned in camps during WW1, the Pilates method of exercise approaches the body as a whole system to move and breathe in a way that promotes self-healing. In this class, we will draw upon the original work of Joseph H. Pilates to keep the body flowing in the ways it was designed to function. While using the breath to facilitate each movement, we will bring awareness and awaken the connection between mind and body. Finding this relationship and using our senses to observe the environment, we will bring ourselves to the present and find peace in the now.

Monday, April 6, 2020, 1:00 – 2:00 PM EDT

Instructor: Sara C. Berger, NCPT | View Bio

REGISTER

Meditation Part 1 – Listening from the Heart & Finding Your Way Home

Dr. Paula Kliger introduces the psychology of “self-study” and the power of a meditation and
mindfulness practice to open the heart and mind to be more present, focused, and grounded in
the face of adversity and, generally, in order to manage the demands, stresses, and challenges of
the range of human experiences that arise in our lives.

Monday, April 6, 2020, 1:00 – 2:00 PM EDT

Instructor: Paula Christian-Kliger, PhD, ABPP | View Bio

REGISTER

Yoga for Stress Release

Yoga for Stress Release is a gentle yoga class that guides students through easy stretches and poses to regulate the nervous system – bringing calm, focus, and tranquility during these uncertain times. Designed for students of any level – pure novice to advanced practitioner – Yoga for Stress Release meets students where they are, helping them loosen tight muscles, breathe more deeply, and move their bodies with pure joy. As a bonus, students walk away from this class with simple exercises they can bring back to their desks and their workday.

Wednesday, April 8, 2020, 1:00 – 2:00 PM EDT

Instructor: Laura Zam, RYT | View Bio

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APA Member Town Hall, with a special focus on social issues and disparities in the nation’s response to COVID-19

This week's special guest will be APA's Dr. Brian Smedley, Chief of Psychology in the Public Interest. He will take questions related to social issues and disparities in the nation’s response to COVID-19. This event is open to all APA members and affiliates.

Wednesday, April 29, 1 – 2 PM ET

Speakers: Dr. Sandra L. Shullman, 2020 APA President,  Dr. Arthur C. Evans, Jr., APA CEO, and Dr. Brian Smedley, APA Chief of Psychology in the Public Interest

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Finding Presence Through Pilates

As we find ourselves facing new challenges arising from social distancing and isolation, it is more important than ever that we bring attention to our physical and mental well-being. Through a committed mindful movement practice, we can counteract the increased levels of stress and anxiety typical of an unfamiliar, unpredictable environment. Originally created to address health issues among those interned in camps during WW1, the Pilates method of exercise approaches the body as a whole system to move and breathe in a way that promotes self-healing. In this class, we will draw upon the original work of Joseph H. Pilates to keep the body flowing in the ways it was designed to function. While using the breath to facilitate each movement, we will bring awareness and awaken the connection between mind and body. Finding this relationship and using our senses to observe the environment, we will bring ourselves to the present and find peace in the now.

Monday, April 6, 2020, 1:00 – 2:00 PM EDT

Instructor: Sara C. Berger, NCPT | View Bio

REGISTER

Meditation Part 1 – Listening from the Heart & Finding Your Way Home

Dr. Paula Kliger introduces the psychology of “self-study” and the power of a meditation and
mindfulness practice to open the heart and mind to be more present, focused, and grounded in
the face of adversity and, generally, in order to manage the demands, stresses, and challenges of
the range of human experiences that arise in our lives.

Monday, April 6, 2020, 1:00 – 2:00 PM EDT

Instructor: Paula Christian-Kliger, PhD, ABPP | View Bio

REGISTER

Yoga for Stress Release

Yoga for Stress Release is a gentle yoga class that guides students through easy stretches and poses to regulate the nervous system – bringing calm, focus, and tranquility during these uncertain times. Designed for students of any level – pure novice to advanced practitioner – Yoga for Stress Release meets students where they are, helping them loosen tight muscles, breathe more deeply, and move their bodies with pure joy. As a bonus, students walk away from this class with simple exercises they can bring back to their desks and their workday.

Wednesday, April 8, 2020, 1:00 – 2:00 PM EDT

Instructor: Laura Zam, RYT | View Bio

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APA Member Town Hall, with a special focus on ethical and legal considerations around telehealth

Dr. Sandra L. Shullman, 2020 APA President, and Dr. Arthur C. Evans, Jr., CEO, will provide an update on APA’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic and work on behalf of the organization, the field of psychology, and the public. This town hall will have a special focus on legal and ethical considerations round telehealth.

Speakers: Dr. Sandra L. Shullman, 2020 APA President, Dr. Arthur C. Evans, Jr., APA CEO, Deborah Baker, JD, APA Director of Legal and Regulatory Policy, and Jared Skillings, PhD, ABPP, APA Chief of Professional Practice

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Wednesday, May 27, 1 – 2 PM ET 

Finding Presence Through Pilates

As we find ourselves facing new challenges arising from social distancing and isolation, it is more important than ever that we bring attention to our physical and mental well-being. Through a committed mindful movement practice, we can counteract the increased levels of stress and anxiety typical of an unfamiliar, unpredictable environment. Originally created to address health issues among those interned in camps during WW1, the Pilates method of exercise approaches the body as a whole system to move and breathe in a way that promotes self-healing. In this class, we will draw upon the original work of Joseph H. Pilates to keep the body flowing in the ways it was designed to function. While using the breath to facilitate each movement, we will bring awareness and awaken the connection between mind and body. Finding this relationship and using our senses to observe the environment, we will bring ourselves to the present and find peace in the now.

Monday, April 6, 2020, 1:00 – 2:00 PM EDT

Instructor: Sara C. Berger, NCPT | View Bio

REGISTER

Meditation Part 1 – Listening from the Heart & Finding Your Way Home

Dr. Paula Kliger introduces the psychology of “self-study” and the power of a meditation and
mindfulness practice to open the heart and mind to be more present, focused, and grounded in
the face of adversity and, generally, in order to manage the demands, stresses, and challenges of
the range of human experiences that arise in our lives.

Monday, April 6, 2020, 1:00 – 2:00 PM EDT

Instructor: Paula Christian-Kliger, PhD, ABPP | View Bio

REGISTER

Yoga for Stress Release

Yoga for Stress Release is a gentle yoga class that guides students through easy stretches and poses to regulate the nervous system – bringing calm, focus, and tranquility during these uncertain times. Designed for students of any level – pure novice to advanced practitioner – Yoga for Stress Release meets students where they are, helping them loosen tight muscles, breathe more deeply, and move their bodies with pure joy. As a bonus, students walk away from this class with simple exercises they can bring back to their desks and their workday.

Wednesday, April 8, 2020, 1:00 – 2:00 PM EDT

Instructor: Laura Zam, RYT | View Bio

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APA Member Town Hall, devoted to conversation about preparing for the ‘next wave’ of behavioral health challenges related to the pandemic

This town hall is devoted to conversation about preparing for the "next wave" of behavioral health challenges related to the pandemic. This event is open to all APA members, volunteer leaders, and affiliates.

Wednesday, May 13, 1 – 2 PM ET 

Speakers: Dr. Sandra L. Shullman, 2020 APA President and Dr. Arthur C. Evans, Jr., APA CEO.

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Finding Presence Through Pilates

As we find ourselves facing new challenges arising from social distancing and isolation, it is more important than ever that we bring attention to our physical and mental well-being. Through a committed mindful movement practice, we can counteract the increased levels of stress and anxiety typical of an unfamiliar, unpredictable environment. Originally created to address health issues among those interned in camps during WW1, the Pilates method of exercise approaches the body as a whole system to move and breathe in a way that promotes self-healing. In this class, we will draw upon the original work of Joseph H. Pilates to keep the body flowing in the ways it was designed to function. While using the breath to facilitate each movement, we will bring awareness and awaken the connection between mind and body. Finding this relationship and using our senses to observe the environment, we will bring ourselves to the present and find peace in the now.

Monday, April 6, 2020, 1:00 – 2:00 PM EDT

Instructor: Sara C. Berger, NCPT | View Bio

REGISTER

Meditation Part 1 – Listening from the Heart & Finding Your Way Home

Dr. Paula Kliger introduces the psychology of “self-study” and the power of a meditation and
mindfulness practice to open the heart and mind to be more present, focused, and grounded in
the face of adversity and, generally, in order to manage the demands, stresses, and challenges of
the range of human experiences that arise in our lives.

Monday, April 6, 2020, 1:00 – 2:00 PM EDT

Instructor: Paula Christian-Kliger, PhD, ABPP | View Bio

REGISTER

Yoga for Stress Release

Yoga for Stress Release is a gentle yoga class that guides students through easy stretches and poses to regulate the nervous system – bringing calm, focus, and tranquility during these uncertain times. Designed for students of any level – pure novice to advanced practitioner – Yoga for Stress Release meets students where they are, helping them loosen tight muscles, breathe more deeply, and move their bodies with pure joy. As a bonus, students walk away from this class with simple exercises they can bring back to their desks and their workday.

Wednesday, April 8, 2020, 1:00 – 2:00 PM EDT

Instructor: Laura Zam, RYT | View Bio

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APA Member Town Hall, with a special focus on conducting and applying psychological research in a pandemic

This week's special guest will be Dr. Jaime “Jim” Diaz-Granados, APA's Deputy CEO and acting Chief Scientific Officer. He will discuss conducting and applying psychological research in a pandemic. This event is open to all APA members, volunteer leaders, and affiliates.

Wednesday, May 6, 1 – 2 PM ET 

Speakers: Dr. Sandra L. Shullman, 2020 APA President, Dr. Arthur C. Evans, Jr., APA CEO, and Dr. Jaime “Jim” Diaz-Granados, APA's Deputy CEO and acting Chief Scientific Officer

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Finding Presence Through Pilates

As we find ourselves facing new challenges arising from social distancing and isolation, it is more important than ever that we bring attention to our physical and mental well-being. Through a committed mindful movement practice, we can counteract the increased levels of stress and anxiety typical of an unfamiliar, unpredictable environment. Originally created to address health issues among those interned in camps during WW1, the Pilates method of exercise approaches the body as a whole system to move and breathe in a way that promotes self-healing. In this class, we will draw upon the original work of Joseph H. Pilates to keep the body flowing in the ways it was designed to function. While using the breath to facilitate each movement, we will bring awareness and awaken the connection between mind and body. Finding this relationship and using our senses to observe the environment, we will bring ourselves to the present and find peace in the now.

Monday, April 6, 2020, 1:00 – 2:00 PM EDT

Instructor: Sara C. Berger, NCPT | View Bio

REGISTER

Meditation Part 1 – Listening from the Heart & Finding Your Way Home

Dr. Paula Kliger introduces the psychology of “self-study” and the power of a meditation and
mindfulness practice to open the heart and mind to be more present, focused, and grounded in
the face of adversity and, generally, in order to manage the demands, stresses, and challenges of
the range of human experiences that arise in our lives.

Monday, April 6, 2020, 1:00 – 2:00 PM EDT

Instructor: Paula Christian-Kliger, PhD, ABPP | View Bio

REGISTER

Yoga for Stress Release

Yoga for Stress Release is a gentle yoga class that guides students through easy stretches and poses to regulate the nervous system – bringing calm, focus, and tranquility during these uncertain times. Designed for students of any level – pure novice to advanced practitioner – Yoga for Stress Release meets students where they are, helping them loosen tight muscles, breathe more deeply, and move their bodies with pure joy. As a bonus, students walk away from this class with simple exercises they can bring back to their desks and their workday.

Wednesday, April 8, 2020, 1:00 – 2:00 PM EDT

Instructor: Laura Zam, RYT | View Bio

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APA Member Town Hall, with a special focus on issues facing students in the era of COVID-19

This Town Hall will focus on issues facing students in the era of COVID-19. This event is open to all APA members, volunteer leaders, and affiliates.

Speakers: Dr. Sandra L. Shullman, 2020 APA President, Dr. Arthur C. Evans, Jr., APA CEO, APA Chief of Education Catherine Grus, and APAGS Chair Blanka Angyal

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Wednesday, May 20, 1 – 2 PM ET 

Finding Presence Through Pilates

As we find ourselves facing new challenges arising from social distancing and isolation, it is more important than ever that we bring attention to our physical and mental well-being. Through a committed mindful movement practice, we can counteract the increased levels of stress and anxiety typical of an unfamiliar, unpredictable environment. Originally created to address health issues among those interned in camps during WW1, the Pilates method of exercise approaches the body as a whole system to move and breathe in a way that promotes self-healing. In this class, we will draw upon the original work of Joseph H. Pilates to keep the body flowing in the ways it was designed to function. While using the breath to facilitate each movement, we will bring awareness and awaken the connection between mind and body. Finding this relationship and using our senses to observe the environment, we will bring ourselves to the present and find peace in the now.

Monday, April 6, 2020, 1:00 – 2:00 PM EDT

Instructor: Sara C. Berger, NCPT | View Bio

REGISTER

Meditation Part 1 – Listening from the Heart & Finding Your Way Home

Dr. Paula Kliger introduces the psychology of “self-study” and the power of a meditation and
mindfulness practice to open the heart and mind to be more present, focused, and grounded in
the face of adversity and, generally, in order to manage the demands, stresses, and challenges of
the range of human experiences that arise in our lives.

Monday, April 6, 2020, 1:00 – 2:00 PM EDT

Instructor: Paula Christian-Kliger, PhD, ABPP | View Bio

REGISTER

Yoga for Stress Release

Yoga for Stress Release is a gentle yoga class that guides students through easy stretches and poses to regulate the nervous system – bringing calm, focus, and tranquility during these uncertain times. Designed for students of any level – pure novice to advanced practitioner – Yoga for Stress Release meets students where they are, helping them loosen tight muscles, breathe more deeply, and move their bodies with pure joy. As a bonus, students walk away from this class with simple exercises they can bring back to their desks and their workday.

Wednesday, April 8, 2020, 1:00 – 2:00 PM EDT

Instructor: Laura Zam, RYT | View Bio

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Town Hall, with a special focus on the “Racism Pandemic” facing our nation

Join 2020 APA President Dr. Sandy Shullman, President-elect Dr. Jennifer Kelly, past-President Dr. Rosie Phillips Davis, and CEO Dr. Arthur Evans for a town hall, in which we can come together as an APA community for a conversation about the ‘racism pandemic’ that is devastating the nation. 

Recent high-profile violent events targeting black individuals, particularly men, have illustrated the complex constellation of issues at hand (e.g., implicit bias, trauma, structural barriers to change, etc.) and the roles that psychology needs to play in them. APA leadership wants to hear members’ ideas, questions, and thoughts as they map out the Association’s short- and longer-term work in this area.

Thursday, June 4, 7 – 8:30 PM ET 

Speakers: Dr. Sandra L. Shullman, 2020 APA President; Dr. Arthur C. Evans, Jr.; Dr. Jennifer Kelly, APA President-elect; and Dr. Rosie Phillips Davis, past-President

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NOTE: Registration for this town hall is currently full. However, you can still sign up to get the recording within hours after the live event. Thank you for your interest, and we apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Finding Presence Through Pilates

As we find ourselves facing new challenges arising from social distancing and isolation, it is more important than ever that we bring attention to our physical and mental well-being. Through a committed mindful movement practice, we can counteract the increased levels of stress and anxiety typical of an unfamiliar, unpredictable environment. Originally created to address health issues among those interned in camps during WW1, the Pilates method of exercise approaches the body as a whole system to move and breathe in a way that promotes self-healing. In this class, we will draw upon the original work of Joseph H. Pilates to keep the body flowing in the ways it was designed to function. While using the breath to facilitate each movement, we will bring awareness and awaken the connection between mind and body. Finding this relationship and using our senses to observe the environment, we will bring ourselves to the present and find peace in the now.

Monday, April 6, 2020, 1:00 – 2:00 PM EDT

Instructor: Sara C. Berger, NCPT | View Bio

REGISTER

Meditation Part 1 – Listening from the Heart & Finding Your Way Home

Dr. Paula Kliger introduces the psychology of “self-study” and the power of a meditation and
mindfulness practice to open the heart and mind to be more present, focused, and grounded in
the face of adversity and, generally, in order to manage the demands, stresses, and challenges of
the range of human experiences that arise in our lives.

Monday, April 6, 2020, 1:00 – 2:00 PM EDT

Instructor: Paula Christian-Kliger, PhD, ABPP | View Bio

REGISTER

Yoga for Stress Release

Yoga for Stress Release is a gentle yoga class that guides students through easy stretches and poses to regulate the nervous system – bringing calm, focus, and tranquility during these uncertain times. Designed for students of any level – pure novice to advanced practitioner – Yoga for Stress Release meets students where they are, helping them loosen tight muscles, breathe more deeply, and move their bodies with pure joy. As a bonus, students walk away from this class with simple exercises they can bring back to their desks and their workday.

Wednesday, April 8, 2020, 1:00 – 2:00 PM EDT

Instructor: Laura Zam, RYT | View Bio

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Town Hall, with a special focus on the racism pandemic facing our nation

Join 2020 APA President Dr. Sandy Shullman, President-elect Dr. Jennifer F. Kelly, past-President Dr. Rosie Phillips Davis, and CEO Dr. Arthur Evans for a town hall, in which we can come together as an APA community for a continuation of the conversation on the racism pandemic that is devastating the nation. This is an opportunity to engage, to provide recommendations, share your thoughts, ideas and questions with APA leadership.

Recent high-profile violent events targeting black individuals, particularly men, have illustrated the complex constellation of issues at hand (e.g., implicit bias, trauma, structural barriers to change, etc.) and the roles that psychology needs to play in them. APA leadership wants to hear members’ ideas, questions, and thoughts as they map out the Association’s short- and longer-term work in this area.

Tuesday, June 9, 7 – 8:30 PM ET 

Speakers: Dr. Sandra L. Shullman, 2020 APA President; Dr. Arthur C. Evans, Jr.; Dr. Jennifer Kelly, APA President-elect; and Dr. Rosie Phillips Davis, past-President

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Town Hall with APA Leadership: The Role of Graduate Students in the Future of APA

Join APA President Dr. Sandy Shullman, CEO Dr. Arthur Evans, and Chief Education Officer Dr. Catherine Grus for a town hall focused on APA’s graduate student members, whose innovative ideas and energy are critical to the future of APA and the field of psychology broadly. Come ready to talk about this future and the roles that you see yourselves – as graduate students in psychology – playing in its co-creation.  

Much of the 60-minute town hall will be devoted to addressing your questions and comments, which you can submit in advance when you register and/or pose it directly to APA leadership live during the event.

Wednesday, July 1, 6 PM – 7 PM ET

Panelists: APA President Dr. Sandy Shullman, CEO Dr. Arthur Evans, and Chief Education Officer Dr. Catherine Grus

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