The Impact of ACA on Psychological Practice

  • 07 Jun 2014
  • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Alliant International University-Fresno


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The Impact of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) on Behavioral Health and the Practice of Psychology

Dr. Michael Ritz, Ph.D. 


Amanda Levy


Michael Ritz, Ph.D. coordinated the CPA Health Care Reform Summit of September 2012 in which a group of psychologists interfaced with representatives from a variety of medical disciplines involved in primary care regarding emerging models of care and roles that psychology can assume within integrated healthcare systems.  Based upon the success of this program, he was appointed by two CPA Presidents to Chair the CPA Health Care Reform Task Force.  He also is a CPA Representative to the Board for the Division of Clinical and Professional Practice; Chairs the Public Education Steering Committee of CPA (also is APA Regional PEC Coordinator the Western U.S.); and is a CPA PAC-Trustee.

Amanda Levy, CPA’s Director of Government Affairs will also be presenting. She handles the day-to-day lobbying strategy, policy positions, and grassroots mobilization of all psychologists in the State of California. In her current capacity, she is the Association’s liaison to the California Legislature, the Governor’s Office, and various State Departments.

  Saturday, June 7, 2014
Alliant International University-Fresno
 5130 E. Clinton Way, Fresno, CA 93727
  Across from Fresno Yosemite Airport
 On-site registration begins at 8:30am
Program begins promptly at 9:00am
Professionals seeking 3 CE credits $35
Professionals-no CE credit $25
Students with Valid ID $10    

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