Join DCPA and Catholic University on 14-16 October (10:45-3:00 pm EST followed by break-out meeting with presenters) for the Military Psychology Summit During COVID-19. Topics are presented directly from Div19 Think Tanks and include training, forensics, diversity, leadership, internationalism, leadership, moral injury, and suicide prevention. Registration is FREE for students, veterans, and military/spouses. CE will be $10. Register here, and see the attached. Information on CE registration to come.
Panel Spotlight: 14 Oct, 2:00 PM EST - “Why Are we Still Talking about Hoffman?”
The presenters will facilitate a frank discussion addressing the anti-military psychology movement that has evolved over the last decade punctuated by 1) attempts to bifurcate operational psychology into two types (adversarial and collaborative), 2) the release of the APA’s Independent Review (better known as the Hoffman Report), and 3) attempts to regulate the practice of operational psychology by outsiders (publishing the Brookline Principles). Lastly, they will review efforts to counter this movement in a post-Hoffman APA.
(1) D19's Response and the Legal Battle - Sally Harvey
(2) Anti-Military Psychology Countermeasures - Mark Staal