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DCPA's Response to Recent Executives Orders 

The District of Columbia Psychological Association condemns, in the strongest possible terms, the President’s Executive Actions this week concerning immigration, national security, and border security. These actions are inherently harmful to the wellbeing of citizens and non-citizens alike, and, through their clearly discriminatory effect, fundamentally undermine the diversity that makes America great. 

We also strongly condemn discrimination in all its forms. When those in greatest need of assistance, such as refugees, are ignored; when immigrants are vetted based on their religion, national origin or ethnicity; when the government uses fear as a tool of policy to divide families and single out communities for enforcement purposes, this is not just unacceptable: it is un-American. 

To read the complete response, please click here. 


Membership Renewal

Have you renewed your membership for 2017? 

The DC Psychological Association enjoyed continued growth in 2016 and was able to provide ten continuing education workshops and create new initiatives committed to training, advocacy and outreach efforts.

As we begin our dues renewal for 2017, we look forward to working with you in the upcoming year and thank you for your continued support and commitment to the profession of psychology!

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Read a letter from Linda Smith, Ph.D.- Vice-President for Membership

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DCPA Book Club


2017 will be a vibrant and fascinating year for DCPA's Book Club!  You do not have to read the book of the month to be a part of the discussion.  And bring friends!

Please join us on February 23 event for our discussion on:

IDIOT BRAIN: What Your Head is Really Up To by Neuroscientist Dean Burnett

In an engaging and often humorous fashion, Dean Burnett discusses: blind spots, blackouts, insomnia, why we may remember faces, but not names, miss things sitting right in front of us, refuse to change our minds about that in which we have an emotional investment, and lie awake at night while our brains replay our greatest fears on an endless loop.

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To see our complete list of book club readings, please click here

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The Student Committee of the DC Psychological Association is proud to host 

RESEARCH DAY 

May 19,  2017 

Location:  TBD

Calling all Undergrad, Masters level, and PhD Psychology students!  

Do you have a research proposal or completed research you would like to present 

The DCPA Student Research Day will be held on Friday, May 19th! 

Register Today! 

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DCPA QUARTERLY NEWSLETTER

Please click the above link to access the latest edition of the DCPA newsletter.

DCPA Event Cancellation Policy

The DC Psychological Association is unable to provide refunds for events. However, we do allow up to one year to make up a CE session that may have been missed. 




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