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NLPA Renamed The National Latinx Psychological Association Name Change Announcement - July 2018

The Leadership Council (LC) is pleased to announce that our membership has voted to change the name of our organization to the National Latinx Psychological Association , effective January 1, 2019. Read more...

The National Latina/o Psychological Association, American Board Of Professional Psychology Foundation And National Register Of Health Service Psychologists

Announcing The 2018 NLPA/ABBP-F/National Register Integrated Behavioral Health Scholarship (Update)

Purpose: This scholarship, funded by contributions from Cesar Gonzalez, PhD, ABPP, NLPA, ABPP-F and the National Register provides recipients with $1,500 towards the completion of ABPP board certification.

Two scholarships will be awarded. To be eligible, applicants must be graduate students or early career psychologists and must complete the board certification process within two years of receipt of the scholarship award. Applicants must be NLPA members, English/Spanish bilingual, and express an interest in working with Hispanic populations in an integrated health delivery setting.

Due Date:  Applications are due May 1, 2018. See full eligibility requirements here.


 

 Red Cross Disaster Mental Health Volunteers

Red Cross Disaster Mental Health volunteer teams are active throughout the United States, meeting the emotional and psychosocial needs of disaster survivors and fellow Red Cross disaster workers. These teams respond to disasters of all sizes, from single family home fires to large-scale events. If you are interested in joining a Disaster Mental Health team in your community, register to volunteer now, before a disaster occurs. This will give you time to take required courses and become acquainted with the Red Cross Disaster Mental Health program. Read more...


 2018 NLPA Conference - Save The Date October 18 - October 21 

 


A Year After Pulse

 

Today, we, members of the Orgullo Latinx: Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity Special Interest Group (SIG) of the National Latina/o Psychological Association (NLPA), reflect on a year after the Pulse massacre. With deep sorrow, we remember and honor the lives of the sexual and gender diverse familia/família that were lost or victimized. We stand in solidarity with the family, friends, and community members of the injured and killed that night. No words can erase the pain they continue to endure. Read more...


Resource Sheet for Immigrants

Below is a list of resources for Immigrants that includes:

  • Resources for Undocumented Immigrants & Families
  • Resources from The Immigrant Resource Center
  • Services Provided by The National Immigration Justice Center
  • List of Agencies by State Compiled by Reform Immigration for America

Click here to view full list.


 Statement in Response to the Election of Donald J. Trump, 45th President of the United States

Following the results from the 2016 presidential election, and as the nation prepares for an uncertain path forward, there is an overwhelming sentiment of discontent, shock, fear, and rejection of the president-elect among many historically marginalized communities and their allies. The one undeniable conclusion is that the United States is deeply divided, even more so than most would have ever predicted. Read more...

*Click here to read Spanish version / Haga clic aqui para leer la versión en español.


 Orgullo Grupo de Interés Especial de NLPA

Declaración en Respuesta a la Masacre en Orlando  

Hoy, nosotros, miembros de el grupo de interés especial (SIG, por sus siglas un inglés), Orgullo Latinx: Orientación Sexual e Identidad de Género de la Asociación Nacional de Psicología Latina (NLPA, por sus siglas en inglés), queremos expresar nuestro dolor por las trágicas e innecesarias pérdidas en el club nocturno Pulse en Orlando, Florida. También queremos declarar que nos unimos en solidaridad con las familias, amistades y miembros de la comunidad de los heridos y asesinados esa noche. No hay palabras que podamos expresar que puedan borrar el dolor que están sintiendo. Read more...


 Asociación Nacional de Psicología Latina (NLPA) y Orgullo Latinx: Orientación Sexual e Identidad de Género (Grupo de Interés Especial)

Declaración Conjunta en Respuesta a la Masacre en Orlando

La Asociación Nacional de Psicología Latina (NLPA, por sus siglas en inglés) y su grupo de interés especial (SIG, por sus siglas en inglés), Orgullo Latinx: Orientación Sexual e Identidad de Género expresan una profunda tristeza por la pérdida trágica de vidas en el club nocturno Pulse en Orlando, Florida. Nos mantenemos en solidaridad con los familiares, amigos y comunidad de aquellos que resultaron heridos y asesinados.  No hay palabras que puedan borrar su dolor. Read more...


National Latina/o Psychological Association & Orgullo SIG Joint Statement on the Orlando Mass Shooting

The National Latina/o Psychological Association (NLPA) and Orgullo Latinx: Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (Special Interest Group)[1] express our deep sorrow about the tragic loss of lives at Pulse Orlando Night Club & Ultra Lounge. We stand in solidarity with the family, friends, and community members of the injured and killed that night. There are no words that will erase their pain.[1] In a spirit of transparency, not ownership, we provide the names of the persons who collaboratively crafted this document (in alphabetical order by first surname): Roberto Abreu, Cristalís Capielo, Alison Cerezo, Melanie Domenech Rodríguez, Dagoberto Heredia, Laura Minero-Meza, Richard Renfro, and Zully Rivera-Ramos. Read more...


 Orgullo Special Interest Group of

NLPA Statement on the Orlando Mass Shooting

Today, we, members of the Orgullo Latinx: Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Special Interest Group (SIG) of the National Latina/o Psychological Association (NLPA), express our deep sorrow for the tragic and unnecessary loss of lives at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida. We also wish to state that we stand in solidarity with the family, friends, and community members of the injured and killed that night, and know there are no words we can express that will erase the pain...Read more...


VIDEO: No Way But Through  by Dr. Melanie Domenech Rodríguez

 

 
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