2012 Conference

Congress Day Rate

Price: $150.00
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Members: $130.00
Non-Members: $150.00

This registration is good for one day of the 2012 congress.

Dinner Registration

Price: $45.00
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Register for dinner at the 2012 APPPAH Congress.

To register for more than one person simply update 'quantity' on the shopping cart - next page.
Menu choices will be sent after you are registered - the basic options will be vegetarian, chicken, or salmon.

Interactive Panel

Interactive Panel: Speakers from the morning will be answering questions

Sat, 11/17/2012 - 11:45 to 13:00
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2012 Congress Optional Fees

Price: $0.00
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Use this option if you have previously registered for the conference and would like to add a scholarship donation or continuing education certificate.

Clinical Training Seminars

Clinical Training Seminars is approved by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences and offers up to 29 hours of continuing education for this conference (includes the pre- and post conference workshops). The breakdown of the number of credits for each day of the meeting is as follows: Thursday, November 15 = 6 credits (Pre-Conference), Friday, November 16 = 9 credits, Saturday, November 17 = 7 credits, Sunday, November 18 = 3 credits and November 18 = 4 credits (Post-Conference).

American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists

Continuing Medical Education credit is provided through joint sponsorship with The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. ACCME Accreditation

Continuing Education

The conference, including pre- and post workshops, is approved for a maximum of 29 educational credits. Continuing education credit is available for nurses, midwives, physicians, doulas, (American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists for details) and mental health workers (Clinical Training Seminars for details).

David B. Cheek Memorial Lecture

This lecture was established to honor David B. Cheek, noted and much-loved obstetrician who spent 40 years teaching hypnosis to physicians, counselors, and psychologists and writing 50 papers and books – most of which emphasized the importance of psychology in all aspects of reproduction and childbirth. David was a devoted member of APPPAH, spoke at many of our conferences from the beginning in 1983, and served on our Board of Directors for five years, prior to his death in June 1996 at the age of 84.

Thomas R. Verny Award

This centerpiece of APPPAH's International Congresses began as a surprise announcement at the Atlanta Congress in 1991, when Thomas Verny, the Toronto psychiatrist who was the visionary founder and first president of the Association, retired from the presidency after eight years of service. APPPAH's board revealed that it had secretly established the "Thomas R. Verny Prize"—to be given in Dr. Verny's honor to someone making extraordinary contributions to prenatal and perinatal psychology.