Committee Reports

Continuing Education Committee report

The committee seeks ideas from members on how to develop continuing-education opportunities with APA-accredited providers, and for psychologists in remote locations.

By Freddy Paniagua, PhD, ABPP

Continuing Education Committee (in alphabetical order): John Ashburn, W. Brad Johnson, Carrie H. Kennedy, Freddy Paniagua, Randy Reese, and Morgan Sammons
 
The Division Continuing Education (CE) Committee was created in the summer of 2010. This committee was originally chaired by Brad Johnson, PhD; other members included Carrie Kennedy, PhD, Freddy A. Paniagua, PhD, Randy Reese, PhD, and Morgan Sammons, PhD The committee is currently co-chaired by drs. Kennedy and Paniagua.

  1. The main objectives of the CE Committee of Div. 19 include the following: 
     
    The development of high-quality CE opportunities in association with the APA Convention. We are happy to inform that the APA Office of CE in Psychology approved a preconvention workshop sponsored by Div. 19. The title of this workshop is "Virtual Reality and Biofeedback to Improve Behavioral Health Clinical Research," and it will be presented by LTC Melba C. Stetz, PhD, Raymond A. Folen, PhD, Chelsea L.  Sousa, MS, and Chris M. Enomoto, MBA. This preconvention workshop will be held on Tuesday, July 30, in Honolulu.

  2. Develop high-quality CE opportunities in association with APA-accredited providers of CE. This involves the development of partnership with existing providers of professional CE programs.

  3. Develop high-quality CE opportunities for psychologists who are deployed or serving in remote locations. This involves the development of a network of Div. 19 psychologists with expertise in specific areas of military psychology who are available to provide CE workshops to small groups of psychologists when they travel as part of their work.

The CE Committee encourages members of Div. 19 to provide ideas concerning ways to implement Objectives two and three. Please send your comments to Freddy A. Paniagua, PhD.