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CALL FOR PAPERS: 19th Annual LGBT Psychotherapy Conference



19th Annual LGBT Psychotherapy Conference

Sunday, November 2, 2014

Great news!!! We are proud to announce that our annual psychotherapy conference will be hosted by Antioch University Los Angeles (AULA) and the LGBT Specialization in Clinical Psychology on November 2, 2014.

We are simplifying the workshop submission process. Below is a link to the downloadable application form. We are asking that you submit a short “concept” application to help us create an exciting program. Once these are reviewed and accepted, then presenters will be asked to complete the longer APA certified application. We are asking for your concept applications immediately; but then you will have a month to complete the full application. So put on your thinking caps and submit a “concept” for workshop.

Persons who are selected to present at the Conference will receive significant benefits including: half-off full membership rate in LAGPA (a $60 saving), reduced admission to the Conference (a $120 saving), and can have his or her business card printed in the Conference Program besides appearing on our website and newsletter for one year.

Save the Date:  November 2, 2014.

Workshop Concept Applications (“Call for Papers”) due: May 15, 2014

Download Concept Application here:


Please consider sponsoring or advertising in the Conference.  More than 100 professionals attend.  What better way to reach this targeted audience than to sponsor or advertise?  Here are the appropriate forms.

Download Sponsorship form:

Download Advertising form:


Chuck Stewart, Ph.D.
LAGPA Executive Director
P.O. Box 34142
Los Angeles, CA  90034
310-838-6247 (f)

Direct contact to Chuck Stewart
3722 Bagley Ave. #19
Los Angeles, CA  90034
310-838-6247 (voice and fax)

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CALL FOR PAPERS: 18th Annual LGBTQI Psychotherapy Conference

We are revving up the 18th Annual LGBTQI Psychotherapy Conference being co-sponsored and hosted by Phillips Graduate Institute on November 3, 2013.  The Conference Committee is ready to begin receiving applications to present.  Now is your chance to present on a topic for which you are an expert that will benefit the LGBTQI community and therapists serving our community.

Attached is our 2-page flyer announcing the Call for Presenters.

It can also be downloaded from our website

We look forward to receiving your concept application.


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