2021 Convention-Call for Proposals

Submit a 2021 Convention Proposal! "Psychology and Radical Change"

The WPA CE Committee is now calling for breakout proposals from members and other professionals for the 2021 Annual Convention, April 22-24, 2021. This convention will be held in a virtual format using CE-Go.

If you have training, certification or specialized knowledge about a treatment intervention, theoretical orientation, subspecialty area, clinical population or an emerging area of significance, submit a proposal. If it is of interest to you, then it will be of interest to others, too!

Seeking topics that reflect…

  • Diversity and inclusion in research and practice
  • Psychology’s role in societal change
  • Resilience in challenging times, or resilience in general
  • The role of psychology in addressing divisiveness
  • Change maintenance
  • Telehealth and psychological practice
  • Professional self-care
  • Neuropsychology and behavior change
  • Decision-making
  • AND/OR?!
Proposals will be evaluated based on the following criteria:

  • How well the topic relates to the Convention theme;
  • The quality and thoroughness of the proposal;
  • Originality of the presentation;
  • Integration of culturally sensitive issues (as appropriate) to the topic;
  • Both 1.5 hour single sessions and two-part roundtable sessions will be considered this year.


Please consider submitting a proposal TODAY- and ask your colleagues to do the same! Your expertise & unique ideas are what make our Conventions successful year after year!

QUESTIONS? Please contact CE Committee Co-Chair, [email protected].

Deadline: December 15, 2020
Decisions will be emailed to the primary presenter by December 25th.
Proposals will be accepted starting November 9th.

Complete the below form:


List 1-3 learning objectives per hour of presentation. Learning objective are key concepts, information or skills attendees will learn. Objectives must be stated in behavioral/measurable terms (i.e., Stating that "Participants will be able to LIST, DEFINE, DEMONSTRATE..." is acceptable. Stating that " Participants will LEARN..." is NOT sufficient.)