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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! 
On Saturday, September 21, 2019, IMPAC leaders, from the New Jersey Chapter of the Association of Black Psychologists (NJABPsi), Latino Mental Health Association of New Jersey (LMHANJ), and New Jersey Psychological Association (NJPA), helped NJABPsi proudly celebrate 45 years of existence, Jegnaship, collectivism, community service and the idea that communal self-knowledge is the key to mental health. NJABPSi is a nonprofit organization of psychologists of African descent dedicated to community service, professional development and issues related to the mental well-being of residents of the State of New Jersey since 1973. Since then NJABPsi has had hundreds of associates and members representing professionals, graduate and undergraduate students across the state of New Jersey. read more...

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

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