Organizational Focus - National Latina/o Psychological Association

Report
¡[email protected] to our Charla!
Outline of Presidential Agenda
Andrés Consoli [email protected]
Conferencia: Overview & Specifics
Cynthia Guzmán [email protected]
Outline of Presidential Agenda
Andrés Consoli, NLPA president 2014
Organizational Focus
Collaboration
International Engagement
Organizational Focus
Communication: President’s message and
frequent messages in our listserv, announced LC
meetings and welcome agenda items,
distributing minutes
Involving Students, ECPs, SIGs
Disseminating our work: Division 45 Focus,
Summit, Downloadable Flyer
Augmenting Membership Benefits
Organizational Focus
Vacancies in the Leadership Council
Newsletter Editorial Team
Psychological Science Issues Advocate
Community/Public Policy Issues Advocate
Fund Raising/Development Chair
Historian
http://www.nlpa.ws/bylaws
Collaboration
New Mexico Psychological Association
CNPAAEMI Leadership Development Institute
The Alliance of National Psychological
Associations for Racial and Ethnic Equity
International Engagement
Latina/o Identities Across Borders and
International Engagement
Héctor Torres [email protected]
ICPC March 2014 Atlanta
SIP Regional July 2014 El Salvador
APA August 2014 Washington DC
NLPA October 2014 Albuquerque, New Mexico
¡[email protected] TO OUR
NLPA 2014 CONFERENCIA!
Conferencia Theme
DREAMers, Immigration, & Social Justice:
Advancing a Global Latina/o Psychology Agenda
DREAMers, Inmigración y Justicia Social:
Avanzando una Agenda Global de la Psicología Latina
NLPA2014
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO ~ OCTOBER 23-25, 2014
CONFERENCIA THEME
The 2014 NLPA Biennial Conferencia theme
focuses on the advancement of a global Latina/o
agenda that explores experiences of immigrants,
social justice issues, and the policies that affect
all Latinas/os.
CONFERENCIA CLIMATE
The Conferencia will bring together a diverse
group of scholars, practitioners, educators, policy
makers, allies, and students to explore these
matters and their implications for Latina/o
psychology.
The Conferencia aims to create spaces for
dialogue, promote the sharing and celebration of
scholarship, and encourage unity.
SCHEDULE-AT-A-GLANCE
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Thursday October 23, 2014
9-5 pm New Mexico Psychological Association Conference
9-5 pm NLPA Leadership Council Retreat & CNPAAEMI Leadership Development
Institute meeting
6-7:30 pm Bienvenida: Opening Reception
Dance at Q Bar (optional)
Friday October 24, 2014
8 am Breakfast
9-5:20 pm Scientific Program
6-7:30 pm Cultural Event
Dance at Casa Esencia (optional)
Saturday October 25, 2014
8 am Breakfast
9-5:20 pm Scientific Program
7:00 pm - on Noche de Gala: Awards, Dinner, & Fiesta
Sunday October 26, 2014
9-Noon Community Engagement Activity
9-5 pm Annual Meeting of The Alliance of National Psychological Associations for
Racial and Ethnic Equity
BRIEF FACTS
10 minutes from airport
 Conveniently located in Old Town
 Culturally-minded décor and service to the
community
 NMPA Collaboration
 New Additions to Conference Agenda
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OLD TOWN
FAMILY FRIENDLY SITES
MOST WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE OF THE HOTEL
THE ALBUQUERQUE MUSEUM
¡EXPLORA! CHILDREN’S TOUCH MUSEUM
LEARNING BY DOING
Melissa Morgan-Consoli, Andrés Consoli, Cynthia Guzmán
NEW MEXICO MUSEUM OF
NATURAL HISTORY AND SCIENCE
TRAVEL
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Closest Airport : Albuquerque International Sunport Airport
(ABQ)
Official Airline: United Airlines
United Airlines is offering our attendees a discount off their
regular airfares. To maximize that discount, book your ticket
at United.com and use our exclusive code (ZQPW571363)
during your online reservation. If you book online using our
code you will receive at least 5% off economy fares or at least
13% off for business/first class.
Note: The discount is applicable to travel from October 20
through October 28, 2014.
www.united.com
LODGING: ROOM BLOCK NOW OPEN!
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Conference Hotel: Hotel Albuquerque at Old Town
Rate: ONLY $99.00 plus tax per night (single/double
occ.)
Valid Between: Wednesday, October 22, 2014 through
Sunday, October 26, 2014
Specify: National Latina/o Psychological Association
or CODE: 1410NATION
Contact the hotel by calling 505-843-6300 or toll free at
800- 237-2133 and ask to be connected to
reservations.
Note: Reservations cut-off date is October 1, 2014.
THE CONFERENCE
REGISTRATION WILL INCLUDE
Bienvenida event on Thursday
 Full Conference on Both Dates
 Breakfast and lunch on both dates of
conference
 Cultural event on Friday
 Noche de Gala with dinner and live music on
Saturday
 Community Engagement event on Sunday
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ANNOUNCING OUR CONFIRMED KEYNOTES
CONFIRMED KEYNOTES
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Isaac Prilletensky
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Wellness and fairness for all
Bienestar y justicia para todos/as
http://www.education.miami.edu/isaac/
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WJlx8CI-rRg
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Carola Suarez-Orozco
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Developmental Implications of Undocumented
Status
http://gseis.ucla.edu/people/csorozco
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_Sy039iwT4
The Intersection of Culture, Cultural
Competence and Evidence Based Treatment
THURSDAY - PRE-CONFERENCE
HOSTED BY THE NEW MEXICO
PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION
http://www.nmpsychology.org/?page=FallConference
NMPA CONFERENCE AGENDA
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8:00 – 8:15 Introductions
8:15 – 9:15 Luis Vargas, Ph.D. – "The Cultural Context of Methods, Practices and Policy"
9:15 – 10:15 William R. Miller, Ph.D. – "The Forest and the Trees: Evidenced-Based
Treatment, Therapeutic Relationships, and Cross-Cultural Adaptation of Behavioral Therapies"
10:15 – 10:30 Break
10:30 – 11:30 Melba Vasquez, Ph.D. – "Cultural Competence, Cultural Difference and the
Therapeutic Alliance"
11:30 – 12:45 Lunch, Awards
12:45 – 1:45 Samuel Roll, Ph.D. – "Working with Latinos -- The Contexts of Cultural
Development and Cultural Transmission"
1:45 – 2:45 Kamilla Venner, Ph.D. – "Cultural Adaptations in the Use of Evidence-Based
Treatments with Native New Mexican Clients"
2:45 – 3:00 Break
3:00 – 4:00 Ken Martinez, Ph.D. – "Community Defined Evidence: A New Paradigm for
Communities of Color"
4:00 – 5:00 Panel Discussion: "Cultural Competence and Evidence-Based Treatment -Practices and Policies in New Mexico's Behavioral Health Care System" (Panel members are to
be announced. They will include experts in both clinical and policy roles in New Mexico.)
THURSDAY EVENING
BIENVENIDA: OPENING COCKTAIL RECEPTION
TERRA TRIO
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Live Latin Jazz
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http://www.abacusentertainment.net/abacus%
20entertainment,%20tapestry%20band%20alb
uquerque,%20santa%20fe%20weddings_003.
htm#houseband
Q BAR
OPTIONAL THURSDAY EVENING ENTERTAINMENT
AFTER OUR OPENING RECEPTION
FRIDAY EVENING CULTURAL EVENT
CHAPEL
CASA ESENCIA
OPTIONAL FRIDAY NIGHT ENTERTAINMENT
AFTER OUR CULTURAL EVENT AT CHAPEL
CONFERENCE DAY 2
SATURDAY
OPTIONAL CULTURAL WALKING TOUR
SATURDAY 10-11:15AM
Awards, Dinner, and Dance
NOCHE DE GALA
CAFÉ MOCHA
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A4rfhLjeM
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Awards Nominations due July 15th
SUNDAY
Community Engagement activity 9am-Noon
 Location: TBA!
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AND YET THERE’S MORE….
Our “Mercado” inclusive of community
organizations, local artisans, and book vendors
 Book Signings with our very own NLPA authors
and experts
 Zumba, Friday and Saturday morning before
conference!
 In the works: salsa dance lesson at our Noche
de Gala…and other surprises
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WHAT TO EXPECT NEXT
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March 15: Proposal submission deadline
Early bird registration opens
April 30:
Deadline for proposal reviewers to respond
May 7:
Notifications send out
May 15:
Early bird registration closes
May 16:
Regular registration opens
June 30:
Preliminary program made available online
July 15:
Award Nominations due
Sep 30:
Regular registration closes
Oct 1:
Late registration opens
Oct 23:
Onsite registration
CALL FOR PROPOSALS - EMPHASES
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Conferencia Theme
Diversity focused proposals inclusive of race, ethnicity,
culture, immigration, gender identity and sexual orientation,
dis/ability, religion/spiritual beliefs, age, and/or size
Matters directly relevant to Latinas/os ECPs, undergraduate
and graduate students as well as ECPs & students who
concern themselves with issues relevant to Latinas/os.
2014 Presidential Initiative: Latina/o identities across
borders - migration, bilingualism, intersectionality, and emicetic boundaries
Program proposals with members from other organizations.
All areas of theory, research, and practice in Latina/o
psychology
CALL FOR PROPOSALS - FORMAT
Papers
 Symposia
 Roundtables
 Workshops
 Posters
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http://convention2.allacademic.com/one/nlpa/nlpa14/
Friendly reminder: Portal closes on March 15, 2014
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology (TCSPP) is the
APA approved sponsor of CE programming
during NLPA and NMPA events
THANK YOU!
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Scientific Program Committee
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Local Arrangements Committee
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Melinda Garcia
Tom Chavez
Kee Straits
Tai Paquin
Awards Committee
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Liz Vera
Cristalίs Capielo
Melissa Morgan-Consoli
Dianna Gonzalez
Eduardo Morales
Sponsorship, Advertisement, and Exhibitor Committee
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Julien Almonte
Marilu Sanchez
CONTACT US:
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Cynthia E. Guzmán, PhD
 [email protected]
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Andrés J. Consoli, PhD
 [email protected]

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