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TPA, TSBEP Win TAPA Lawsuit Regarding Supervision Rule: Trial Court's Judgment Affirmed by Appellate Court
 
An almost four-year legal battle with the Texas Association of Psychological Associates (TAPA) regarding the Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists’ authority to impose rules, regulations and requirements for licensed psychological associates has come to an end. In September 2010, TPA signed onto this lawsuit, in support of TSBEP and the supervision rules in question. On August 1, 2014 the trial court affirmed the appellate court’s ruling that the Board was acting within its scope of authority when requiring licensed psychological associates to practice psychology only under the supervision of a licensed psychologist with a doctoral degree.  Read more.

 
 

Marriage Equality - TPA signs on to Amicus Brief

 

As you already know, on August 16th your elected representatives of the TPA Board of Trustees approved adding our name to an Amicus Brief also supported by the American Psychological Association, American Psychiatric Association, American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, National Association of Social Workers, and National Association of Social Workers Texas Chapter to challenge the ban on marriage equality in Texas. The Brief was officially filed in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit on September 15, 2014.  To view the full brief, please visit the link below.

 

2014 Annual Convention - Book your hotel today!

 

Convention registration is open and hotel registration is available online!  Be sure to book your room at The Westin-Galleria today. View the complete program, book your hotel, check out some things to do in the Dallas area, read about this year's Keynote and Invited speakers and more all by visiting the link below.

 

   

 

2014 Awards - Nominate, Apply online

 
We currently have a number of award opportunities available. Nominations are now being accepted for TPA's 2014 Distinguished Professional Contribution Awards and also TPA's Forensic Division Mary Alice Conroy Award. Additionally, the Texas Psychological Foundation is offering a number of research awards and grants this year. All award applications and nominations are due by September 30. Visit the link below and you will be directed to the convention information page where more information is provided on each award category.

  

 

 

 

 

 






 

2014 Member Spotlight

Ken Waldman, PhD

Ken Waldman, Ph.D., has been a member of TPA since before he earned his doctorate in Counseling Psychology at the University of Texas-Austin in 1975. He previously obtained a Master's degree in Clinical Psychology at Washington University in Saint Louis.  Dr. Waldman is also a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and specializes in all types of couples/relationship issues.  During his career, he spent a total of 36 years in university counseling centers.  After working as a Psychologist and Assistant Director on the UT-San Antonio campus, he transferred to the University of Houston, where he served as the Training Director and later as the Director of the UH Counseling and Psychological Services Center.  He retired from this position in 2008 and went into private practice. Read More.

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