Holding Contradictions: Leveraging psychology to expand our response to human needs

January 18-20, 2021

As we continue to adapt and face extraordinary challenges in our field, our 2021 Mid-Winter Conference will offer us a critical opportunity to: (a) operationalize the social responsiveness in our education and training with respect to racial injustice and the worldwide pandemic, (b) strengthen our cohesion as an organization, (c) formulate strategies to use our influence for meaningful social change, and (d) BUILD BACK BETTER.

Please join us for our new VIRTUAL format, through which we will expand our NCSPP attendee community by offering:

  • A single PER PROGRAM registration fee of $400 that permits any program faculty member to attend.
  • Two synchronous (live) keynote panels to critically explore the role of psychology in address-ing the dual pandemics of COVID-19 and systemic racism.
  • CE courses that can be attended synchronously, accessed on-demand for free for six months, or accessed for $20 from July 1-December 31, 2021.
  • The opportunity to network with colleagues during specifically dedicated sessions and our standing committee sessions.
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