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An Intimate Evening with Dr. Richard Tedeschi to benefit the Georgia Psychological Foundation
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An Intimate Evening with Dr. Richard Tedeschi to benefit the Georgia Psychological Foundation

An Intimate Evening with Dr. Richard Tedeschi to benefit the Georgia Psychological Foundation. Enjoy hors d’oeuvres, beverages, exciting drawings and live music. Registration for this event is separate from the Annual Meeting.

 Export to Your Calendar 4/13/2019
When: Saturday, April 13, 2019
5:30 PM-7:00 PM
Where: Poolside at the Marriott Century Center- Atlanta
2000 Century Center Blvd NE
Atlanta, Georgia  30345
United States
Contact: Staci Bratcher
404-634-6272 ext. 208

Online registration is available until: 4/7/2019
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Georgia Psychological Foundation Fundraiser Event

*Special thanks to Dr. Richard Blue, Dr. John Paddock and Dr. Karen Schwartz, Dr. Steve Perlow, Dr. Beth Seidel, Dr. Peter Thomas, Dr. Cal Vanderplate, Dr. Judy Wolman, and Dr. David Woodsfellow for making this event possible.

The Georgia Psychological Foundation invites you to to attend An Intimate Evening with Dr. Richard Tedeschi (2019 Annual Meeting Keynote Speaker).  The fundraiser will benefit the Georgia Psychological Foundation.  Join us poolside at the Marriott Century Center. This fundraiser includes the opportunity to speak with Dr. Richard Tedeschi about his work in posttraumatic growth, network with your colleagues and the leadership of the Foundation and GPA.  

Your $50 ticket includes a selection of hors d'oeuvres and two drink tickets (a cash bar will also be available), while enjoying the live music of Dr. Stephen Mathis and stimulating conversations with your fellow psychologists.  You will also receive a special ribbon to attach to your Annual Meeting Badge that shows your support for GPF.  Your ticket to this event is a tax-deductible donation to GPF.

In addition, we will be offering tickets (separate transaction) for Drawings to include 2 exciting Getaway Weekends, a Vacation in Mexico, and many other fun prizes!  Tickets will be available to purchase around the middle of February and at the door during the event. The face amount of the Drawing Tickets will also be gifts to the Foundation.  Special thanks to Dr. Betsy Gard, Dr. Maggie Martin, and the Graduate Hotel for donating these fabulous prizes!

 *Gifts to the Georgia Psychological Foundation are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law. Tax ID: 58-1712250

Notes: In the event of inclement weather, the event will be held in the Dekalb Room.  Online registration ends on 4/7/2019, but you may also purchase tickets at the door if there are spaces available.

The Georgia Psychological Foundation (GPF) has established the following principles to guide its work and services:
  • Purpose:  To contribute to the health and well-being of the public in the state of Georgia through psychological services, research, education, and  training.
  • Mission:  To build a collaborative network to increase visibility and value of psychology.
  • Vision:  To expand the impact of psychology in Georgia.
Current Work:
  • GPF is now sponsoring: the Disaster Response Network, the Pro Bono committee, and the Refugee Mental Health Network.
  • The Foundation’s focus is on promoting Resilience and Growth in the face of Adversity. With this in mind, GPF is sponsoring Keynote Speaker, Dr. Richard Tedeschi, for a 3-hour CE workshop at the 2019 Annual Meeting. He is an expert in the area of posttraumatic growth.
  • Immediately following the Annual Meeting, GPF will be sponsoring a free outreach workshop with Dr. Mark Evces to Georgia First Responders on how to best deal with the stresses they face in their professions.
  • GPF is also planning a free workshop (including CE hours) to train new psychologists for the Disaster Response Network.


Support the work of the Georgia Psychological Foundation by attending this exciting evening with Dr. Richard Tedeschi!  Register early as spaces are limited.