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Help identify the 2021 American Psychological Association advocacy priorities

News Date: Saturday, October 17, 2020 - 10:45

You may have seen this e-mail earlier in your inbox (original message in italics below). If you’ve already completed it – thank you. But if not, I would encourage you to spend a few minutes to help the APA understand your current advocacy priorities. This input is critical for the Advocacy Coordinating Committee (on which I serve with many of our colleagues). If you have any questions about the survey, please feel free to contact me or the APA Advocacy office directly (


The American Psychological Association (APA) has been pursuing integrated and comprehensive advocacy priorities aligned with our strategic plan. Priorities are informed by APA membership, developed by the Advocacy Coordinating Committee (ACC) and approved by the Board of Directors.
The current climate makes it critical for psychology to have a voice in all forms of advocacy. As an APA member, your input is critical for us to establish a response to the needs of psychology and psychologists. To this end, your completion of a brief survey is important to develop our advocacy goals for 2021 and beyond.
Thank you in advance for taking the time to have your voice heard before the 10/31/2020 deadline. The link for the survey is below and can be shared with your psychologist colleagues.

Click Here to Take the Survey

If you have any questions about the ACC or this survey, please feel free to contact APA Advocacy at


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