Events included in the list below are events other than CE or networking produced by other professionals/associations that may be of interest to SDPA members.
SDPA Disaster Psychology Committee Meeting:
Nov. 19, 2019
8950 Villa La Jolla Dr. Suite C-101
The Campus (near UCSD and behind "Rock Bottom")
Interested SDPA Members are welcome to attend the next Disaster Psychology Committee Meeting
The Committee normally meets on the fourth Tuesday of the month, but we're meeting a week earlier due to Thanksgiving.
Please note: If you're a member of APA and want to be on the new APA Disaster Mental Health (DMH) list serve, please contact APA directly and request to join: firstname.lastname@example.org This might be particularly relevant for those of you who aren't able to attend the committee meetings, but still want to be involved in DMH related opportunities.
If you have any questions or want further information, please feel free to contact me - Deb Hopper, Chair, email@example.com or cell/text (858) 245-4461.
We hope you can join us!
SDPA CULTURAL DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION COMMITTEE
Tuesday, November 19, 2019
12636 High Bluff Drive, Suite 400
San Diego 92130
Please arrive as close to 6:30 pm as possible to gain entrance to the building. There is a building entrance procedure should you find yourself more than 5-minutes late. This info will be provided when you RSVP. We will start promptly at 6:30 pm.
Please RSVP via this email to confirm (firstname.lastname@example.org) so we have an estimate for food preparation and to receive the building access information.
Thank you! We look forward to seeing you!
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
4455 Morena Blvd.
San Diego, CA 92117
Beginning January 2020, all psychologists renewing their license will be required to complete a 6-hour training on suicide risk assessment and intervention. We are offering a day of education which includes: Evidence Based Suicide Prevention (Including Epidemiology, Risk, Prevention, Safety Planning and Therapeutic Interventions); Suicide Bereavement – Supportive Interventions and Complicated Grief Therapy; and Collateral Damages – Supporting Clinicians in the Aftermath of Client/Patient Suicide. Our instructors are Sidney Zisook, MD, Distinguished Professor of Psychiatry at UCSD, and Alana Iglewicz, MD, Associate Training Director, UCSD.
Sidney Zisook, M.D., is director of the University of California, San Diego Residency Training Program, and a Distinguished Professor of Psychiatry at UCSD. Dr. Zisook received his Bachelor of Arts from the University of California at Berkeley and his medical degree from Stritch-Loyola, Chicago. He completed his residency in Psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston and was a clinical fellow of Harvard Medical School.
Alana Iglewicz, M.D., Is Associate Training Director, Dr. Iglewicz, went to medical school at the University of Pittsburg and completed her residency at UCSD. Dr. Iglewicz has taken the leadership role of strengthening the curriculum and clinical experience for psychotherapy throughout all the entire residency experience.
Marina Village Conference Center
1936 Quivira Way
San Diego, CA 92109
Faculty: Dr. Bridgett Ross, PsyD, Licensed Clinical Psychologist (PSY#22304). Intermediate level course appropriate for licensed clinical staff in private practice, community clinics, hospitals and other facilities treating trauma disorders.
This workshop is well-grounded in research and will teach you:
(a) how effective treatments aim to rewire the brain.
(b) how our naturally adaptive stress response changes when impacted by trauma.
(c) how trauma and chronic stress wire the brain for a life of danger/threat/fear.
Gain the skills to effectively share this information with your clients in order to help them understand the importance of engaging in evidence-based treatments to help heal from past trauma.
$79 Groups of 3-5
$69 Groups of 6 or more
** Early Bird Registration! If you register before 11/6/19
$69 Groups of 3-5
$64 Groups of 6 or more
Day of Event: Sign-In/Registration is from 7:30am - 8:00am. Class starts promptly at 8:00am. Must be present for full class to obtain CE credit.
SDPA Supervision Committee Meeting
8:30 - 11:30 am
Alliant International School
Daley Hall (Student Lounge)
Must RSVP to attend
Polina Bryson - email@example.com
About the Committee:
The Supervision Committee meets about every other month to discuss various issues pertaining to supervision of psychology interns in San Diego community. Many of our committee members are clinical supervisor at major practicum and internship sites. When appropriate, we reach out to schools and training sites to make recommendations to improve training programs and supervision practices. At times we present cases for peer supervision. Once a year we put together a group therapy workshop for psychology students.
SDPA Men's Issues Committee Meeting
8:00 - 9:00 am
Corner Bakery Cafe
4575 La Jolla Village Dr.
San Diego, CA 92122
Chad Cox firstname.lastname@example.org
The Addictive Disorders committee is offering peer consultation. We welcome case consultation questions from any member of SDPA about client addiction issues.
Please join us by video on the 2nd Tuesday of every other month.
Please email email@example.com for the link.
For All Committed Couples in San Diego
Saturday and Sunday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Or Register at https://www.holdmetightworkshops.com
$795 per couple
Imagine being able to understand each other better and build an even more loving relationship, that just gets stronger over a lifetime.
In our workshop, you will learn what is at the root of most conflicts between you and your partner, and how to change those moments through a proven method that all couples can do.
Our *Hold Me Tight® Workshop for Couples is based on Attachment Theory, Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy, and the international best-selling book "Hold Me Tight: 7 Conversations for a Lifetime of Love" by Dr. Sue Johnson.
Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy has been shown through research to be the most effective approach to helping couples:
This is an educational and experiential program for couples given in an intimate, warm, indoor/outdoor setting; the format and schedule include: Educational talks, video presentations, and couple's exercises (in private, not in front of the group), with a catered lunch brought in each day (dietary preferences of attendees are always taken into consideration).
*Hold Me Tight© Workshops are given all over the world. Since 2010, Dr. Diana Weiss-Wisdom has been facilitating these transformative weekend retreats for couples at her charming Cottage Clinic in Rancho Santa Fe, California. She offers 3-4 weekend retreats a year.
The weekend takes place in a nature retreat on private property in Rancho Santa Fe, California (North Coastal San Diego, California). It is a relaxing and peaceful setting that promotes relaxation and enjoying quality time with your partner in nature.
Price is all inclusive: includes Workbook, Lunch, beverages, and snacks on both days but does not include lodging.
* Hold Me Tight®" is a registered trademark to Dr. Sue Johnson
CLICK HERE TO SEE PROGRAM
San Diego Marriott Mission Valley
Gender Odyssey is open to all. Anyone may attend regardless of gender identity or gender expression. We embrace the presence and participation of our families, spouses and partners, organizations, and allies. We encourage the attendance of those who serve this community to expand their knowledge and understanding of gender diversity and transgender issues.
Contact Us:San Diego Psychological Association4699 Murphy Canyon Rd. Suite 105San Diego, CA 92123
Tami Magaro (Office Manager)
Office (858) 277-1463
Fax (858) 277-1402