Upcoming CE Event — Ethics & Risk Management in a Digital World 2.0

Join AK-PA on Friday, February 22, 2019 for a 6-credit CE event, “Ethics and Risk Management in the Digital World 2.0,” presented by Daniel Taube, JD, PhD, with The Trust Insurance.

We will be livestreaming this event and current AK-PA members and students will enjoy reduced registration rates (haven’t renewed yet? there’s still time to save 10% on your 2019 membership)!

Visit our website to learn more and secure your spot at this excellent training opportunity

Hope to see you there!

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Upcoming APAGS Quarterly Event

Join us for AK-PA’s upcoming Quarterly Event (formerly 5th Fridays) on October 24th from 6pm to 7:30pm. We are honored to host Elsie Boudreau as our special presenter. Elsie’s story was portrayed in the PBS documentary The Silence and she will facilitate a discussion on historical and intergenerational trauma. Don’t miss this special opportunity to meet a true advocate for Alaskan communities!

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Upcoming MLA Workgroup Session

Attention AK-PA members!
 
Please consider joining the Board at a workgroup session regarding the proposed Model Licensure Act (MLA) and what that may mean for Alaska. We will be discussing the work that has been accomplished and planning our next steps of this ambitious project. The workgroup session will be held at Marco T’s Pizza in midtown Anchorage (302 W Fireweed Lane). We hope to see you there!

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Recent Indictment of an AKPA Member

The Alaska Psychological Association (AKPA) is deeply saddened to learn of the recent indictment of one of our members on charges of Possession and Distribution of Child Pornography. Without commenting on the current charges, as we have no information about them beyond what has been presented by local news outlets, we wish to make the following statement. AKPA universally and unequivocally condemns any action, whether taken by an AKPA member or a member of the public, which violates the rights or general wellbeing of others. We fully support investigations by the appropriate authorities into matters which run contrary to these basic tenets of our profession.

We wish to acknowledge the support available, through Alaskan agencies and national bodies, for people who feel that they have been victims of abuse:

Alaska Cares, (907) 561-8301, www.alaska.providence.org/locations/c/cares

National Sexual Violence Resource Center, (717) 909-0710, www.nsvrc.org

Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN), (800) 656-4673, www.rainn.org