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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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August 2010 / PDF version

  1. Executive Director Report
    I'm always impressed by the professional work and activities conducted by LAGPA.
  2. Including the LGBT Tribe
    Jo Linder-Crow has invited LAGPA to join with her and CPA in mainstreaming and promoting LGBT issues in the profession of psychology.
  3. The Credibility Project
    I want to help the courts strongly reject antigay propaganda such that it can never be used against us again.
  4. Photos: LAGPA & SCLMA Winter Social
    Our annual joint winter party with SCLMA, Southern California Lambda Medical Association.
  5. Photos: Lagpa at the California Psychological Association Conference
    History is in the making. LAGPA is making it. And you are a part of it.
  6. Photos: Lawrence Hedges, Ph.D., Psy.D., 5-2-10
    Managing high risk professional relationships.
  7. Photos: Tara Borelli, Esq., 6-27-10
    Marriage Equality in California and Beyond: A National Update On Relationship Recognition for Same-Sex Couples.
  8. Photos: Summer Social wih LAGPA, SCLMA, & LGLA, 8-8-10:
    Joint event with Southern California Lambda Medical Association and Lesbian and Gay Lawyer Association.
  9. Classified Ads

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