The ABPsi International Convention provides an outstanding educational program, which includes continuing education units and general professional development opportunities for attendees. Keynote speakers, guest panelists and general sessions cover a diverse array of topics related to the practice, research and professional training related to the total well being of our world community. In addition to over 80 presentations, the Annual Business and Committee meetings are held, and students and early career professionals have the opportunities to be mentored by the association's elders and seasoned members.
Top Reasons for Attending the ABPsi Annual Convention:
Attend Dynamic Workshops on Culturally-Appropriate Mental Health Service Delivery from Leading Experts
CEU Credits Available for Psychologists, Social Workers and Allied Professionals
Participate in Community Relevant Social Justice Initiatives
Learn Innovative Approaches to Teaching Psychology Courses
Special Sessions for Undergraduate and Graduate Students
Engage in meaningful Interactions with Psychology Professionals of Like Interests
Exhibitor / Sponsor Information:
Participants will include practicing psychologists (clinical, school & organizational), university professors, health care professionals, educators, researchers and students. As a sponsor, exhibitor or advertiser, you will have the opportunity to generate new business and make valuable contacts with influential decision makers ranging from private practitioners to institutional representatives.
Top three (3) Reasons to Participate as a Sponsor, Exhibitor or Advertiser:
Access to Mental Health Service Providers to Showcase your Products and/or Services.
Recruit Psychology Students for Graduate Programs.
Network with Renowned African-American Psychologists.
The Association is organized to operate exclusively for charitable and educational purposes, including but not limited to:
promoting and advancing the profession of African Psychology
influencing and affecting social change; and
developing programs whereby psychologists of African descent (hereafter known as Black Psychologists) can assist in solving problems of Black communities and other ethnic groups.