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Rev. A. Yoo, M.Div., MFTI

Progress Notes ...
A quarterly publication of LAGPA, an organization dedicated to supporting and serving the mental health professionals who work within the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered community. Correspondence regarding the newsletter should be sent to:

LAGPA Progress Notes
P.O. Box 34142
Los Angeles, CA 90034

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April 2009

  1. Executive Director Report
    The news keeps getting better all the time for LAGPA.
  2. Quick Note From the Editor
    I want to encourage you all to attend the Trans Town Hall event Thursday, April 23.
  3. New MFT Degree Program in LGBT Studies
    The MFT Department of Pacific Oaks College, in Pasadena, CA, announces the development of a MA graduate program in Marriage and Family Therapy, specializing in LGBT Family Studies.
  4. LAGPA Makes Historic Move
    LAGPA has petitioned the California State Board of Psychology (BOP) to mandate lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) issues as a required continuing education class, on a ONE-TIME basis.
  5. Winter Social
    Photos from our annual joint holiday party with SCLMA, Southern California Lambda Medical Association.
  6. Wine-and-Cheese Social/Education Event
    Bruce Watkins, Ph.D., Lisa Maurel, MFT, Rev. Alexander Yoo, M.Div., MFTI, and LAGPA Board practiced Board of Psychology presentation requesting mandated LGBT CEUs, gaining insightful feedback.
  7. Call for Papers/Presenters
    LAGPA is accepting proposals for our Annual Psychotherapy Conference in October.
  8. Classified Ads

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