OPA Professional Practice Committee

Mission Statement

The Professional Practice Committee works to support the personal and professional lives of psychologists throughout their lifespan, from student status through retirement.

Committee Goals

  1. Continue to develop the Mentoring Program. Anyone interested in becoming a mentor should send a bio and picture to Priscilla Kingston. See a list of the current mentors.
  2. Continue working on the Convention panel presentation on “Integrating Psychologists onto the Medical Team.”
  3. Provide a new supplement to the Practice Toolkit. Produce a writeup about the Convention presentation, to be produced as a supplement to the toolkit.
  4. Reach out to Early Career psychologists and make efforts to recruit them into the PPC.

PPC Resources

Media 101 – Tips for psychologists dealing with the media
OPA Mentor Program
OPA Practice Toolkit – The Practice Toolkit is a manual for early career and/or transitioning career psychologists interested in developing a private practice.

PPC Meeting Minutes

View the News section to see all PPC meeting minutes.

Committee Members

Sharla Wells-DiGregorio, Ph.D., Chair
Christine Agaibi, M.A.
Melissa Buelow, Ph.D.
Julie Merrell, Ph.D.
Kelli Riedl, Psy.D.
Craig Travis, Ph.D.
Courtney Zeune, Psy.D.

Staff: Michael Ranney

Contact the OPA Central Office or the above listed Committee Chair if you are interested in participating with this group.

 






Choose a County

 

RSS News From OPA

  • Member Benefit of the Month: July 2014
    2014-15 Membership Renewal Period Now Open While the OPA membership year runs from September 1-August 31, the online renewal period opens early annually to give our ... […]
  • Helping Parents Cope With Summer Stress
    Summer vacation is in full swing, leaving many families with scheduling conflicts. While summer vacation equals fun for many students, it may lead to added ... […]
  • Broad View: July 2014
    By: Michael Ranney, MPA, OPA Executive Director It felt great to get a week off. I am sure the dogs are glad I’m back at ... […]