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  • Arizona (AZ)
  • California (CA)
  • Hawaii (HI)
  • Nevada (NV)

Regional Co-Chairs:  Bill Roozeboom bill.roozeboom@gmail.com
Dawn Stary dawnstary11@gmail.com

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Regional Fall Conference – 9/30 – 10/1 – Handlery Hotel, San Diego, CA

AAPC in collaboration with the San Diego Psychological Association will holds its annual conference, Supporting Resiliency in Our Clients and Ourselves, and will meet on Saturday, October 1st at the Handlery Hotel in San Diego.

There will an optional Friday evening, September 30th networking event that is included in the cost of registration.

Members will be able to register for this event online via the San Diego Psych Association.  The link to that conference is http://www.viethconsulting.com/Calendar/moreinfo.php?eventid=38777.

We will meet on Friday for our own meeting. Here is the information:

Meet and Greet with SDPA: Beginning at 4:30pm on Friday, September 30th there will be a meet and greet with members of the SDPA at 4455 Murphy Canyon Road, San Diego, 92123.  

 AAPC Pacific Region Annual Meeting: Following the meet and greet on Friday, September 30th we will hold our annual meeting from 6:00pm to 8:00pm at 4699 Murphy Canyon Road, San Diego, 92123, which is within walking distance of the earlier event. We will also provide dinner for our meeting together.   

At this meeting we will update you on the transition to regional jurisdiction of the AAPC, show you our new website, discuss our plans for the coming year, and dialogue together about needs and desires moving forward together.    

Thank you,

Dawn Stary

 

               

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