The mission of the Hawai‘i Psychological Association is to enhance the quality of life for the people of Hawai‘i by encouraging, integrating, applying, and communicating the contributions of Psychology in all its branches.
HPA seeks to strengthen public relations, advocate for a psychologically healthy community, develop solutions for mental health care, be responsive to the multiple cultures in Hawai‘i, promote the highest standards of professional ethics and to diffuse psychological knowledge through meetings, conventions and publications.
The Hawaii Psychological Association is the leading resource for psychological health, research, and policy in Hawaii.
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Best Outcomes for Your Clients and
Their Families - Overcoming Parent
Child Contact Problems
Training By Dr. Matthew J. Sullivan
Thursday, March 23, 2017
9:00 am- 4:00pm
Neal S. Blaisdell Exhibit Hall Meeting Room
777 Ward Ave., Honolulu
This training is brought to you by
The Institute for Best Interest Legal Advocacy
The Institute for Best Interest Legal Advocacy is a project of
The Children’s Law Center LLLC.
CE Credits Available
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The Hawaii Psychological Association is once again an enthusiastic partner in the 9th Annual Rural Behavioral Health Practice Conference, a webcast to be held October 6, 2017.
The conference mission is to “Make quality continuing education accessible locally and affordably to behavioral health providers and researchers about the practice issues involved in working with rural people and communities.”
See more about the conference at http://www.mnpsych.org/rural-conference.
We also are announcing the Call for Presentations and Posters. Please consider presenting on topics that will be of particular interest to rural behavioral health professionals, as well as submitting posters on studies in any aspect of rural mental health.
In addition, please forward this announcement to all people you know who may be interested in submitting a conference proposal.
For more information and to submit a proposal, go to http://www.mnpsych.org/2017-rural-conference-submissions.