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2020

Proclamation of Appreciation to All Front-Line Health Workers in 2020 

Responding to the Murder of George Floyd:  The NJ Chapter of the Association of Black Psychologists (NJABPsi), the Latino/a/x Mental Health Association of NJ (LMHANJ) and the NJ Psychological Association (NJPA), as the Inter-Mental Health and Psychological Association Coalition (IMPAC), join in unison to acknowledge the trauma caused by racism and violence. Read our statement here.  

Compassionate Communities - An NJPA Call for Attention to Marginalized Groups

NJPA Statement Condemning Acts of Xenophobia and Racism in View of The Coronavirus

Urgent News! Our Advocacy Efforts Help Expand Access to Telehealth and Tele-Mental Health Services!

2019
The New Jersey Inter-Mental Health and Psychological Associations Coalition (IMPAC) Recognizes the 400th Anniversary of the first Africans who arrived in 1619, ushering in the Era of American Slavery
 

New Jersey Inter-Mental Health and Psychological Associations Coalition (IMPAC) Leaders help the New Jersey Chapter Association of Black Psychologists (NJABPsi) proudly celebrate over 45 years of community service!

NJPA Endorses the Statement of APA President in Response to Mass Shootings in Texas, OhioThe New Jersey Psychological Association (NJPA) Celebrates Pride Month and the Progress Against the Oppression of Homophobia it Represents for Members of the LGBTQI+ Community 
 

Our legislation #A5307: NJ Licensing Act Legislation passed the Assembly Regulated Professions Committee by a vote 7-0!    

NJPA STATEMENT:  Addressing the mental health needs of refugees, immigrants, asylum seekers, and detainees  

2019 Mental Health Stakeholder Forum 

October 2018  American Red Cross - NJ Disaster Response Workers Needed

September 2018 NJPA STATEMENT:  Addressing the mental health needs of refugees, immigrants, asylum seekers, and detainees

August 2018  NJPA Announces 2018 Award Winners

July 2018  The NJPA Executive Board endorses Statement of APA CEO Arthur C. Evans Jr., PhD, on the Administration’s Immigrant Family Separation Policy

July 2018  The NJPA Executive Board Endorses the June 20, 2018 Statement of APA President, Jessica Henderson Daniel, PhD, Regarding the Executive Order Rescinding Immigrant Family Separation Policy.

June 2018  NJPA Endorses APA Statement: The Traumatic Effects of Separating Immigrant Families

June 2018  NJPA/Association of Black Psychologists Condemn Psychologically Damaging Statements By Individuals in Power

March 2018  NJPA's Public Statement on Acts of Hate and Violence 

March 2018  New Jersey Psychological Association's Executive Board Supports Letter of Opposition to the American Healthcare Act of 2017