CSPP Sacramento Alumni Updates, Events and Campus News

CSPP Sacramento Alumni Updates, Events and Campus News

Campus News and Events

CSPP Alumna and Current Sacramento Valley Psychological Association Dr. Amy Ahfeld (CSPP-San Diego, Clinical PsyD ’09) invites you to the SVPA holiday party December 7 at 6:30pm in the Sacramento area.  Click here for complete information.

CSPP-Sacramento alumni (Clinical and MFT/CFT)are invited to join the new CSPP-Sacramento alumni group on LinkedIn.

Our Infant Preschooler Mental Health (IPMH) Graduate Certificate program is now offering classes on the Sacramento campus. Alumna Dr. Sue Ammen (CSPP-Fresno, Clinical PhD, ’89), and long-time CSPP-Fresno faculty member is the Director of our IPMH program. For information on the program, how to apply, and the spring schedule, please click here.

CSPP-Sacramento alumni: We’d like to hear from you! If you’d like to submit an update for a future newsletter, please use the link below in the “Take Action” section.

Handy CSPP Alumni Links:

Click here for the Sacramento Campus Address and Information

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Benefits & Discounts:
Continuing Education (alumni receive 10 – 20% off)      |     Learn about your CSPP Alumni Benefits     |     Online Library Database Access

Take action:
Request a Transcript  |   Update your Contact Information and/or Submit Your Alumni Update for the next Newsletter    |   Support CSPP

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Spring 2013 Alumni updates

Dr. Amy Ahlfeld (CSPP-San Diego Clinical PsyD ’09), who is the current President of the Sacramento Valley Psychological Association (SVPA) spoke to our CSPP scholarship recipients at our CSPP Dean’s Reception in Sacramento on February 26. She shared her journey and encouraged them to become to advocate on behalf of their profession now by becoming involved in their local chapters as well as more broadly in the statewide California Psychological Association. She encouraged them to seize this opportunity to become the voice of psychology and become leaders in creating the new paradigm in which psychology and psychologists will practice.