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HPA Convention 2010

"Tradition and Vision"

October 29, 2010 
Ala Moana Hotel
Honolulu, O'ahu, Hawai'i


E komo mai!

This year's theme Tradition and Vision will highlight visionary practice models across private and public sectors of psychology, new twists on traditional efforts that place psychologists as key figures in health care service delivery and health care reform, and advocacy to enhance leadership efforts amongst psychologists in order to influence, inform and fulfill our profession’s broad mission. This year’s theme has inspired workshops that cover a broad range of topics that range from entrepreneurship, thriving in private practice, professional practice issues such as cyberspace and learning from the lessons learned by seasoned professionals. The convention topics allow us to reflect on history and traditional practice while at the same time introducing visionary opportunities in order for the profession to continue to blossom and expand into broader areas of service delivery. 

This is not only a time to immerse yourself in the convention’s educational content, but also to meet new colleagues, renew old relationships and rejuvenate and restore yourself. The presentations and events during these two days will be at the Ala Moana Hotel. 

The day will begin with a Town Hall Meeting with Jill Oliveira Gray, Ph.D. (HPA President), Barbara Higa Rogers (HPA President Elect), Rosemary Adam-Terem (Past President), and Craig Robinson, Ph.D. (APA Counsel Representative) is scheduled for early Friday morning. Join in this lively conversation to discuss professional concerns you feel are most important and to help shape the state and national agenda of psychology! 

The winners of the Healthy Workplace Awards (HWA) will be announced at our luncheon. This is the 11th year that the Hawaii Psychological Association (HPA), in cooperation with APA, has established the “Healthy Workplace” Awards in the State of Hawaii. 

We wish to extend our kokua to our student members. We invite HPA members to sponsor students who would like to attend the convention by making a donation towards defraying student costs. Please extend your kokua for our students and write your donation in on the registration form. 

We extend a warm invitation to you. We do look forward to seeing you and hope you find this convention enjoyable, informative, and stimulating.


The Ala Moana Hotel is located at 410 Atkinson Drive, Honolulu, Hawaii 96814 (Ph: 808-955-4811; Fax: 808-944-6839) or Toll-free Maui, Kauai, Big Island of Hawaii: 1-800-446-8990 and from the Mainland, Canada, and Guam: 1- 800-367-6025.

Friday October 29, 2010:The multi-track convention program and CE workshops will be in the Hibiscus 1 & 2, Garden Lanai, Carnation, Ilima, Plumeria, Pakalana and Anthurium Rooms at the Ala Moana Hotel.

The parking rate is $2.00 per car (with validation), good for only one entry/exit for guests who self-park in the hotel garage on the Coral level.

Continuing Education Credits will be given only to those who attend entire workshops and complete and submit the evaluation form.

The Hawai'i Psychological Association is approved by the American Psychological Association (APA) to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. HPA maintains responsibility for the program and its content. Participants will be provided with documentation of CE credits. Complaints should be directed to Cindi Dang, CE
Administrator, HPA, P.O. Box 833, Honolulu HI 96808.

Important Notice: Those who attend the workshops, sign in and out, and complete and submit the evaluation forms will receive continuing education credits. Please note that APA CE rules require that credit is only given to those who attend the entire workshop. Those arriving more than 15 minutes after the scheduled starting time of the workshop or leaving before the workshop is complete will not receive CE credits.

Who should attend the CE workshops: The workshops will be beneficial for psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, marriage & family therapists, nurses, counselors, CSAC counselors and other allied health care professionals. Information provided in the workshops will also be helpful for members of other professions and agencies.


HPA Convention Committee: Rosemary Adam-Terem, Jill Oliveira Gray, Cindi Dang, Nancy Sidun, Barbara Higa Rogers, Darryl Salvador, Kevin Bowman, Keith Pedro, William Tsushima, Susan Y. Lin, Lesley Slavin, Gabrielle Toloza, Vincent G. Tsushima, Rachael DeCosta









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