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PSYPACT Town Hall

Wednesday, September 9, 2020   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Hannah Steinberg

Greetings GPA Members!

I want to thank those of you who participated in our first 2 Town Hall meetings in July and August.  These were very successful, and I so appreciated hearing from the membership on a variety of issues.  

In hopes of maintaining this spirit of transparency, as well as providing members with rapid access to information that might be useful, we will continue these monthly Town Hall Meetings at least until the end of the year.  Details are below for the next three meetings, and I will post more information as it becomes available.  As always, please feel free to attend any of these meetings and ask any questions that may feel pressing.  

  • September Town Hall - focusing on Interjurisdictional Practice and PsyPACT
    Thursday,  September 24, 2020,  12pm – 1:30pm (EDT)  
    • Our Director of Professional Affairs, Dr. Anita Brown, will be joined by Janet Orwig from ASPPB to share the latest information on PsyPACT, which went live on July 1st, 2020.  Ms. Orwig has generously offered to answer questions about practice, applications, and any other areas that arise. 
    • In addition, make sure to checkout the how-to video and handout resources that GPA has created.

  • October Town Hall - Addressing Member Concerns
    Thursday,  October 22, 2020,  12pm – 1:30pm (EDT)    
    • This time has been set aside to answer member questions, and specifically address concerns about communication between members, and with leadership.  The discussion will be driven by what concerns are brought up, so please mark your calendars and join us for this important conversation.  

Please mark your calendars for these events and take advantage of the opportunity to provide your feedback and ask questions directly to the GPA leadership.  

I look forward to seeing you all there, 

Rachel Anne Kieran, Psy.D.

President, Georgia Psychological Association