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  • 1.Members of the APA Council of Representatives
    Roster of members of the APA Council of Representatives and the organizations they represent. The council includes representatives from APA divisions; state, provincial and territorial psychological associations; and the APA Board of Directors.
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  • 2.Council of Representatives
    APA's Council of Representatives is a legislative body with sole authority to set policy and appropriate APA’s revenue. It is composed of elected members from state, provincial or territorial psychological associations, APA divisions, and the APA Board of Directors. View members, elections information, the policy manual, meeting dates, minutes and reports.
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  • 3.Office of International Affairs
    The Office of International Affairs serves as APA's touch point for international information, activities and initiatives within APA. It leads outreach and interaction with APA's international members and affiliates, coordinates APA's participation and representation in international venues, facilitates exchange with national psychology associations and global policy bodies.
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  • 4.Committee on Children, Youth and Families
    This committee ensures that children, youth and families receive the full attention of APA by functioning as a catalyst, interacting with and making recommendations to the various parts of the APA's governing structure, to the APA's membership and to relevant divisions and other groups.
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  • 5.Committee on International Relations (CIRP): Call for Members
    APA's Committee on International Affairs in Psychology (CIRP) is composed of 9 members, elected for a 3-year term by APA's Council of Representatives.
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  • 6.Continuing Education Programs in Psychology
    Continuing education (CE) opportunities for psychologists and other mental health professionals, including online courses and exams based on APA publications. In addition, organizations can obtain approval as APA-approved sponsors of psychology continuing education programs.
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  • 7.APA Databases & Electronic Resources
    Looking for articles, books, reviews, dissertations and beyond? APA databases simplify your research through our PsycINFO, PsycARTICLES, PsycBOOKS, PsycCRITIQUES, PsycEXTRA, PsycTESTS, and PsycTHERAPY databases. APA also offers APA Books E-Collections, APA Handbooks in Psychology, APA Video Introduction to Psychotherapy Systems, APA Clinical Training Video Series, Graduate Study Online, and the APA PsycNET platform.
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  • 8.Contact APA Publications
    Provides contact information for APA Books, Magination Press Children's Books, APA Databases, APA Journals, Software, APA Videos, and other APA publications.
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  • 9.Accreditation
    The APA Commission on Accreditation (APA-CoA) is recognized by both the secretary of the U.S. Department of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation, as the national accrediting authority for professional education and training in psychology. Accordingly, APA-CoA’s accreditation policies, procedures and guidelines are intended to be consistent with national recognized purposes and values of accreditation, as articulated by governmental and nongovernmental groups with an interest in accreditation.
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  • 10.APA Members Advocate For National HIV/AIDS Strategy Priorities
    Leading psychologists in the area of HIV/AIDS, including members of the APA Committee on Psychology and AIDS, participated in meetings with high-level federal officials and congressional staff to discuss APA priorities for the National HIV/AIDS Strategy.
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