- Statement of the Connecticut Psychological Association on gun violence (PDF, 2MB)
- Washington State Psychological Association's statement on mass shootings (PDF, 164KB)
- Self-Care and Coronavirus
Early career psychologist and Student Committee Div. 31 chair, Erika Brink, wrote a very informative blog about suggestions for engaging in self-care during these challenging times.
- Agreement Allowing Licensed Psychologists to Practice Across Certain State Borders a Step Toward Care for Those Who Most Need it, APA Says
PSYPACT a "foundational development in telepsychology," says APA president.
- Fellows Application Now Online
APA’s Online Fellows Application Portal is now open! Are you the next fellow of Div. 31?
- State Psychological Associations and the APAPO: Natural Allies (PDF, 67KB)
Both c-6 organizations that advocate for psychologists — including reimbursement issues, regulatory, and legislative advocacy on behalf of psychologists. Read more about how the EPPP-2 was processed recently by a diverse group of stakeholders.
- ECP Information (PDF, 916KB)
An overview of benefits and resources for Div. 31 ECP members, including leadership opportunities.
- Preparing Professional Psychologists to Serve a Diverse Public: A Core Requirement in Doctoral Education and Training
For psychologists to competently serve all members of the public now and in the future, professional psychology training programs strive to ensure that psychology trainees demonstrate acceptable levels of knowledge, skills, and awareness to work effectively with diverse individuals.
- Diversity Initiatives
The Div. 31 Diversity Leadership Development Training Program workshop, which focuses on leadership, negotiating, and mentoring, is held every two years at State Leadership Conference.
- APA 2022
Minneapolis and Virtual
August 4–6, 2022
Last updated: June 2022Date created: June 2011