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Department of Consumer Affairs
1625 N. Market Blvd., HQ1 Hearing Room #117
Sacramento, CA 95834
(916) 574-7720

Friday, June 29, 2018


Task Force Members
Sheryll Casuga, PsyD, Board Member, Chairperson
Seyron Foo, Board Member
Amy Welch-Gandy, Office of Professional Examination Services (OPES)
Paul Marcille, PhD, Representative of California Psychological Association (CPA) Representative
Crystal Faith Cajilog, Student Representative of California Psychological Association of Graduate Students
Anushree Belur, Student Representative of California Psychological Association of Graduate Students for The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
William Bloxham, Student Representative of JFK University 5th Year Student
Cindy Yee-Bradbury, Director of Clinical Training, Representative of UCLA
Rene Puliatti, Esq, Representative of California Psychology Internship Council (CAPIC)
Lani Chow, PhD, Representative of California Institute of Integral Studies
Allison Briscoe-Smith, Representative of The Wright Institute
Jay Finkelman, PhD, Representative of The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
Alejandra Ojeda-Beck, Student Representative of California Psychological Association of Graduate Students, UC Berkeley
Sherri Sedler, Student Representative of California Psychological Association of Graduate Students, California Southern University
Olga Belik, PhD, Representative of California Psychological Association (CPA), Division II

Board Staff
Antonette Sorrick, Executive Officer
Jeffrey Thomas, Assistant Executive Officer
Stephanie Cheung, Licensing Manager
Cherise Burns, Central Services Manager
Lavinia Snyder, Examination Coordinator
Jason Glasspiegel, Central Services Coordinator

Legal Counsel
Norine Marks

Links to agenda items, with exhibits are available at www.psychology.ca.gov, prior to the meeting date.

FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 2018

The Board plans to webcast this meeting on its website. Webcast availability cannot, however, be guaranteed due to limitations on resources or technical difficulties that may arise. If you wish to participate or to have a guaranteed opportunity to observe, please plan to attend at the physical location. Adjournment, if it is the only item that occurs after a closed session, may not be webcast. A link to the webcast will be available on the Board's Website at 8:30 a.m. on June 29, 2018, or you may access it at: https://thedcapage.wordpress.com/webcasts/. Links to agenda items with attachments are available at www.psychology.ca.gov prior to the meeting date.

9:30 a.m. to – 5:00 p.m. , or until completion of business

The Committee welcomes and encourages public participation in its meetings. The public may take appropriate opportunities to comment on any issue before the Committee at the time the item is heard. If public comment is not specifically requested, members of the public should feel free to request an opportunity to comment.

  1. Call to Order/Roll Call/Establishment of a Quorum
  2. Chairperson Welcome
  3. Public Comment(s) for Items not on the Agenda. Note: The Committee May not Discuss or Take Action on any Matter Raised During This Public Comment Section, Except to Decide whether to Place the Matter on the Agenda of a Future Meeting [Government Code sections 11125 and 11125.7(a)]
  4. Approval of EPPP2 Task Force Minutes: April 5, 2018, meeting
  5. Review and Discussion of ASPPB’s Response to the EPPP2 Task Force Letter Regarding Questions and Concerns Raised at the April 5, 2018, Task Force Meeting
  6. Review and Discussion of Examination Sequencing and Timeline Scenarios That May Affect Applicants and the Board’s Business Processes Relating to EPPP2 Implementation
  7. Recommendation to the Board in Light of Discussion – Review and Determine Possible Statutory Changes to Business and Professions Code Sections 2940-2944, and Regulatory Changes to Title 16 of the California Code of Regulations, Sections 1388 -1389.1 – Examinations
  8. Recommendations for Agenda Items for Future Task Force Meetings. Note: The Task Force may not discuss or take action on any matter raised during this public comment section, except to decide whether to place the matter on the agenda of a future meeting [Government Code Sections 11125 and 11125.7(a)].


All times are approximate and subject to change. The meeting may be canceled or changed without notice. For verification, please check the Board’s Web site at www.psychology.ca.gov, or call (916) 574-7720. Action may be taken on any item on the agenda. Items may be taken out of order, tabled or held over to a subsequent meeting, for convenience, to accommodate speakers, or to maintain a quorum. In the event a quorum of the Committee is unable to attend the meeting, or the committee is unable to maintain a quorum once the meeting is called to order, the president or chair of the meeting may, at his or her discretion, continue to discuss items from the agenda and to vote to make recommendations to the full board at a future meeting.

Meetings of the Board of Psychology are open to the public except when specifically noticed otherwise in accordance with the Open Meeting Act. The public may take appropriate opportunities to comment on any issue before the Board or its committees, at the time the item is heard, but the President or Committee Chair may, at his or her discretion, apportion available time among those who wish to speak. Board members who are present who are not members of the Committee may observe, but may not participate or vote.

The meeting is accessible to the physically disabled. A person who needs a disability-related accommodation or modification in order to participate in the meeting may make a request by contacting Antonette Sorrick, Executive Officer, at (916) 574-7720 or email bopmail@dca.ca.gov or send a written request addressed to 1625 N. Market Boulevard, Suite N-215, Sacramento, CA 95834. Providing your request at least five (5) business days before the meeting will help ensure availability of the requested accommodation.

The Board of Psychology advances quality psychological services for Californians by ensuring ethical and legal practice and supporting the evolution of the profession.