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2019 KPA Annual Convention
Thursday, November 14, 2019, 8:00 AM to Saturday, November 16, 2019, 5:00 PM EDT
Category: Annual Convention

2019 Annual Convention
The Galt House Hotel - Louisville, KY
November 14-16, 2019

The KPA Central Office is open Monday-Friday from 9:00 am - 3:00 pm. If you have difficulty registering for Convention outside of our normal business hours, please email us at [email protected] or call and leave us a voice message at 502-894-0777, and we will contact you at the beginning of the next business day. - We can't wait to see you at Convention!


Click here for information about this year's Convention cover!

       

Important Convention Information

Online Registration
Printable Registration Form
Workshop Listing
Convention Registration Fees
Student Volunteer Program
Presenter Bios
Sponsorship Information
Thursday Evening Social
CE Accreditation Information
Cancellation Policy
Hotel & Travel Information
KPF Silent Auction
Learn about our Capital Campaign
KPA Awards
 

2019 KPA Convention Committee

Chair: Steve Katsikas, Ph.D.

Norah Chapman, Ph.D.

Bernadette Walter, Ph.D.

Beth Simon, Psy.D

Felicia Smith, Ph.D.

Rick Grieve, Ph.D.

Zoe Bridges-Curry, MSP

Hope Huling

Tammy Hatfield, Psy.D.

 
Silent Auction Coordinator: Allison From-Tapp, Psy.D.

2019 Convention Sponsors

A special thank you to our Convention Sponsors, click on logos to be directed to their website!

    

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AV Equipment Sponsor

  

About the Cover:

Designed by Dr. Jacquelyn M. Gilles, Mandala House

The cover features images of the Big Four Bridge spanning the Ohio River from Downtown Louisville, KY to Jeffersonville, IN. It was named after the Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago, and St. Louis (CCC&StL) railway merger that owned and operated it. The bridge was originally built in 1895 and used as a railroad bridge until the 1960s. After it was decommissioned and the ramps were removed on both sides it became known as the "Bridge to Nowhere." It reopened in 2013 as a pedestrian bridge and is now a central feature of Louisville's Waterfront Park. The 2-mile roundtrip walk across the bridge attracts more than 1.5 million visits each year. This bridge is an example of our struggle, innovation, and community. A reminder that our striving may someday be the foundation for thriving beyond what we can imagine through collaborative time, effort, and creativity. 
Tag your photo at the Big Four Bridge with #KPABuildingBridges2019