About

The Guam Psychological Association (GPA) is ‘where America's day begins' 3800 miles west of Hawaii and surrounded by the world's largest and deepest ocean. As one of American Psychological Association's smallest affiliates, GPA endorses APA's mission of psychology through education, science, practice, and service in the public interest, particularly for the island communities of the Western Pacific and Micronesia. GPA works tirelessly in the vanguard of multicultural and sociopolitical endeavors in solidarity with national and international psychology. GPA, 10 hours earlier and a day ahead of APA offices 9000 miles away, welcomes and values psychologists everywhere.



2018 Officers

Dr. Juan Rapadas, President Elect

Dr. Mamie Balajadia, Events Chair

Dr. Eunice Castro, Secretary

Dr. Edward Santos, Treasurer


 

Dr. Mary Katherine Fegurgur,

2019 President-Elect

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 GPA member Dr. Mary Fegurgur at the 2nd Biennial Behavioral Health Conference in Micronesia Conference (2016).

GPA member Dr. Mary Fegurgur at the 2nd Biennial Behavioral Health Conference in Micronesia Conference (2016).

 Guam Psychological Association Member and family at 2015 Christmas Dinner. Top left: Dr. Erin Scott, Helen Onedera, Katherine Mafnas, Dr. Hope Lujan, Dr. Juan Rapadas, Dr. Patrica Taimanglo, Jonathan Guerrero and family; Bottom Left: Dr Jamal Scott, Dr. Lyndsey Miller and family, and Dr. Rita Sharma.
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 Jonathan Guerrero, Katherine Mafnas, and Dr. Juan Rapadas at the Latte of Freedom dinner following the 2nd Biennial Behavioral Health in Micronesia Conference (2016) hosted by GPA.

Jonathan Guerrero, Katherine Mafnas, and Dr. Juan Rapadas at the Latte of Freedom dinner following the 2nd Biennial Behavioral Health in Micronesia Conference (2016) hosted by GPA.

 Dr. Mamie Balajadia, Nadine Cepeda, and Dr. Edward Santos pictured at the Latte of Freedom, conference dinner (2016).