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Membership Changes

Welcome to AAPC Members

                                          April - June 2014

Student Members

Faye Doris Herring, Norcross, GA;  Kishundra Denise King, Guilford, CT;  Angel M. Mang, Fullerton, CA;  Katrina T. Marsh, East Orange, NJ; Richard Allen Martin, Jr., Seattle, WA;  Holly Frances Pettit, Nashua, NH;  Kimberly D. Reynolds, Ellenwood, CA;  Merry Anne Smith, Charlotte, NC;  Rosalind Marie Stanley, Norfolk, VA;  Nautochia Webb, St. Albans, NY.

Pastoral Care Specialists

Clayton Casson, Philadelphia, PA;  Domenic Kennith Ciannella, West Springfield, MA;  Gladys M. Santiago-Tosado, Vernon, CT.

Members

Larry Adam Albrecht, Gray, TN; Christopher Evans Buck, Spokane, WA;  Christina Jones Davis, Brownsburg, IN;  Gary Joseph Ellul, Montgomery City, MO;  Kathleen George, Mill River, MA; Dawn R. Haas, Roseville, CA;  Ouida M. Keith, Loganville, GA;  Eric Marshall Lankin, Highland Park, NJ;  Peter I. Sanchez, Las Cruces, NM;  Laura Ann Thor, Littleton, CO; Charles Jay Stephens, Colorado Springs, CO.

Congratulations to Change of Category Members

Patricia D. Hedegard,  Indianapolis, IN, Fellow to Diplomate; Angella Maureen Allison-Davis, Charlotte, NC, Member to Certified Pastoral Counselor; Sharon Krause Perkins, Louisville, KY, Student Member to Member; Cynthia Griffin, New York, NY, Student Member to Member.

AAPC News

  • NAJC Changed Name to Neshama: Association of Jewish Chaplains:NAJC Changed Name to Neshama: Association of Jewish Chaplains+more
  • New Researh in Integrated Care:Being at the forefront of one of the most promising approaches to care, it is important to stay up-to-date on the latest research. Providing quality integrated care involves understanding the newest information and trends regarding co-occurring physical and behavioral health conditions and models of integrated care, +more
  • 2014/2015 Dues - Payment Due Date June 30th:2014/2015 Dues - Payment Due Date June 30th+more
  • 2 Websites on Community Behavioral Health:MentalHealth.gov is an online “library” for people looking for information about mental health. (SAMHSA) will soon release a Toolkit for Community Conversations About Mental Health to support communities interested in holding discussions about mental health using consistent information and approaches. +more

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