Thank you for your interest in sponsoring and exhibiting at #NLPA2018!

 

To select a sponsorship package or make a payment, please visit the NLPA website or download the order form here.

The sponsorship submission deadline is NOW August 15, 2018

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2018 Conference Sponsors!

DIAMOND LEVEL

 

PLATINUM LEVEL

  Alliant University is built on a legacy of thought leadership and quality of care. Our cornerstone school, the California School of Professional Psychology, was one of the nation’s first free-standing schools of professional psychology.

Alliant University is built on a legacy of thought leadership and quality of care. Our cornerstone school, the California School of Professional Psychology, was one of the nation’s first free-standing schools of professional psychology.

 

GOLD LEVEL

  The National Register of Health Service Psychologists is the largest credentialing organization for psychologists and doctoral students. The National Register banks primary source credentials and provides benefits including licensure mobility, verifications to healthcare organizations, expert clinical content, continuing education, and referrals through FindaPsychologist.org. Credentialing scholarships are available for doctoral students and early career psychologists. More at  www.nationalregister.org .

The National Register of Health Service Psychologists is the largest credentialing organization for psychologists and doctoral students. The National Register banks primary source credentials and provides benefits including licensure mobility, verifications to healthcare organizations, expert clinical content, continuing education, and referrals through FindaPsychologist.org. Credentialing scholarships are available for doctoral students and early career psychologists. More at www.nationalregister.org.

 

The Trust is a leading provider of insurance, financial security, and risk management programs. Our products are created by psychologists, so we’re able to meet the evolving needs of the profession in ways that other companies cannot. Plus, we cover your entire life, not just your career -- it’s what we call the “Total Package.” Visit www.trustinsurance.com or call (800) 477-1200 for details.

 

SILVER LEVEL

  The  Department of Psychology at Utah State University  houses a thriving undergraduate program, a master’s in professional school counselor education and seven doctoral specializations, including Behavior Analysis, Brain and Cognition, Combined Clinical/Counseling, Neuroscience, Quantitative Psychology, Sociobehavioral Epidemiology, and School Psychology. The programs are integrated such that graduate students have the opportunity to teach and mentor undergraduate students as well as participate in specialized research labs.    USU’s Department of Psychology highly values diversity and inclusion. We have a diverse faculty and graduate student body. Faculty across areas advance research and applied practice with diverse populations. The Department houses the  American Indian Support Program  (AISP) which recently received the Suinn Minority Achievement Program Award from the Office of Ethnic Minority Affairs of the American Psychological Association.  Dr. Melissa Tehee  (Cherokee) direct the AISP and has research interests in trauma including bias/prejudice/racism, health disparities, and domestic violence and other trauma experienced by ethnic and racial minorities, especially American Indians.    Two faculty have active programs of research in Latinx mental health. Former NLPA President,  Dr. Melanie Domenech Rodríguez ’s researches cultural adaptation, development, and implementation of evidence-based parenting interventions for use with Latinx families. Her research lab interests are broad and cover Latinx parenting, substance use prevention in Latinx populations, gender and racial microaggressions, and dual language immersion. She also provides support for students developing Spanish language skills in applied work and research.  Dr. Rick Cruz  has active programs of research in Latinx mental health, including decision-making, assessment, and clinical interventions with youths.

The Department of Psychology at Utah State University houses a thriving undergraduate program, a master’s in professional school counselor education and seven doctoral specializations, including Behavior Analysis, Brain and Cognition, Combined Clinical/Counseling, Neuroscience, Quantitative Psychology, Sociobehavioral Epidemiology, and School Psychology. The programs are integrated such that graduate students have the opportunity to teach and mentor undergraduate students as well as participate in specialized research labs.

USU’s Department of Psychology highly values diversity and inclusion. We have a diverse faculty and graduate student body. Faculty across areas advance research and applied practice with diverse populations. The Department houses the American Indian Support Program (AISP) which recently received the Suinn Minority Achievement Program Award from the Office of Ethnic Minority Affairs of the American Psychological Association. Dr. Melissa Tehee (Cherokee) direct the AISP and has research interests in trauma including bias/prejudice/racism, health disparities, and domestic violence and other trauma experienced by ethnic and racial minorities, especially American Indians.

Two faculty have active programs of research in Latinx mental health. Former NLPA President, Dr. Melanie Domenech Rodríguez’s researches cultural adaptation, development, and implementation of evidence-based parenting interventions for use with Latinx families. Her research lab interests are broad and cover Latinx parenting, substance use prevention in Latinx populations, gender and racial microaggressions, and dual language immersion. She also provides support for students developing Spanish language skills in applied work and research. Dr. Rick Cruz has active programs of research in Latinx mental health, including decision-making, assessment, and clinical interventions with youths.

 

 

Kansas University

Clinical Child Psychology Program

 

BRONZE LEVEL

 
  Sabiduría: The Latinx Psychology Emphasis allows students from all Pacific University School of Graduate Psychology programs to gain competencies in Latinx psychology and culturally informed work that can be adapted, translated, and applied to other multicultural groups. The emphasis is ideal for students with different levels of Spanish proficiency who want to be trained in Latinx culture and/or multicultural areas. The emphasis allows students the opportunity to focus their training on culturally informed services with Latinxs, while at the same time working on improving their Spanish proficiency, regardless of their prior Spanish language level. The emphasis provides students with classes, clinical practica, community-work, and research experiences that focus on working with Latinxs and/or Spanish-speaking individuals.

Sabiduría: The Latinx Psychology Emphasis allows students from all Pacific University School of Graduate Psychology programs to gain competencies in Latinx psychology and culturally informed work that can be adapted, translated, and applied to other multicultural groups. The emphasis is ideal for students with different levels of Spanish proficiency who want to be trained in Latinx culture and/or multicultural areas. The emphasis allows students the opportunity to focus their training on culturally informed services with Latinxs, while at the same time working on improving their Spanish proficiency, regardless of their prior Spanish language level. The emphasis provides students with classes, clinical practica, community-work, and research experiences that focus on working with Latinxs and/or Spanish-speaking individuals.


EVENT SPONSORS

BIENVENIDA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2018

Dr. Pierluigi Mancini, author, and immigrant behavioral health and health disparities expert. 

 

Additional Sponsors