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The general purpose of the Academic Affairs Committee is to focus on interactions and relationships with academic psychologists and institutions in the state of Georgia.

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Help plan GPA's largest event of the year! From workshop selections to social events, the Annual Meeting is a great way to meet psychologists and help the association thrive. The Annual Meeting Program Committee collaborates with the Executive Committee and GPA Staff to develop the program for the annual meeting and to offer onsite support.

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Do you like hands-on activities and generating ideas? The CE Committee is a group of productive volunteers who help review incoming applications, select presenters and topics as well as discuss ideas on how to improve the overall education experience, including evaluating venues and investigating new technology.

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The Disaster Response Network recruits and helps psychologists to engage in all aspects of disaster mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery thus promoting human welfare and opportunities for professional growth.

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The Early Career Psychologists Committee strives to recruit and retain early career psychologists and students as GPA members providing them with opportunities to network, socialize, learn and interact.

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The focus of the Ethnic Minority Affairs Committee is to broaden awareness of ethnic minority affairs issues and concerns among the membership and within the state.

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The general purpose of the Committee on Family, Child and Assessment Issues is to represent and advance the interests of psychologists whose professional activities focus on providing services to children and families or conducting psychological assessments, within the larger community of GPA.

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A successful association must have the appropriate finances to sustain its member benefits. Join the Finance Committee and learn about how you can help GPA's bottom line.

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The general purpose of the Committee on Gender and Sexual Diversity is to facilitate and further the advocacy related to issues of human gender and sexual identity.

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The IMC serves as a resource for tracking of and providing information about insurance and managed care “ issues.” The IMC responds to inquiries and directs members to resources for the resolution of payment challenges and seeks answers to questions related to insurance company policy. On an as needed basis, the Committee also advocates on behalf of members and proposes legislation to regulate the insurance industry.

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The LLC monitors all legal and legislative issues that impact or might impact the mental health of all Georgians. The LLC also leads the process of selecting and communicating with the lobbyist and collaboratively monitoring legislative issues.

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The Membership Committee’s primary goal is to increase and retain membership in the Association. The committee assists with ongoing membership recruitment and follow-up and strives to create educational, mentoring and networking opportunities for enhanced member engagement.

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Chaired by the Psychology in the Workplace Network Representative to APA - The PWN Committee is responsible for educating businesses about psychology and the need to provide positive environments for employees - thus resulting in improved corporate climates. The primary focus of the committee is to plan, organize and execute GPA’s bi-annual Psychologically Healthy Workplace Awards.

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The general purpose of the Committee on the Psychology of Women and Girls is to be informed and to promote feminist ideals regarding the psychological issues of women and girls.

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The primary purpose of the Public Education Committee is to inform the public about psychologically-related matters with the intention of empowering them to make informed health care decisions, to reduce mental health stigma and to educate them about the role that psychologists play in their lives and within their communities. This work is accomplished through educational opportunities, the creation of a Speaker’s Bureau with a list of members who are qualified to present public education prese

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GPA's Senior Psychologists' Network promotes discussion among members of the association on a variety of topics pertinent to senior psychologists’ practice.

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The general purpose of the Telehealth and Technology task force is to explore and promote the use of telehealth services and technology by psychologists.

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