Online Events

SCRA offers a number of online events including webinars and Twitter chats. Please see below for more information.


SCRA runs a series of webinars on topics relevant to community psychology and related disciplines. Click here to watch recordings from past webinars.

Please refer to the information provided below to join a webinar unless specified otherwise. We recommend, if possible, that you join the webinar through the web access link so you can see presenter materials and to better help with the discussion.

Upcoming Webinars

Web Access: 
Phone Number: 1-408-638-0968 
Meeting ID: 375 758 797

September 20th at 12pm (Eastern) Conversations that raise your practice game promo

Special Guest Melodi Wynne: a community psychologist working with the Spokane Tribal Network

Melodi Wynne (sqelixw, Spokane Tribe of Indians (STOI)) is a community psychologist working with the Spokane Tribal Network (a nonprofit on the STOI reservation). Melodi also works on various other projects in Spokane country where she tries to answer every invitation with action. Wynne earned a BA in psychology at Eastern Washington University, and an MA and Ph.D. in community and cultural psychology at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa (UHM). She also holds a graduate certificate in conflict resolution from UHM. Melodi will talk about her journey to where she is, working within her own community, and the unique characteristics of that experience.

Starting in the Fall of 2018 the Community Psychology Practice Council began a month series of webinar/conversations with prominent community psychology practitioners. The series is titled Conversation that Raise Your Practice Game”. And the focus of the discussions have been just that. Each of the presentations have been video taped and you can now catch up with any of them that you missed. Tom Wolff hosts the series.

Click here for access information and prior conversations.

Twitter chats

CLICK HERE to review past #CommPsychChat Twitter chats.

New to Twitter or Twitter Chats? 

Just search for #CommPsychChat to follow the conversation and join by including #CommPsychChat in all of your tweets and replies. That will help to ensure that your tweets get through to the live feed for the chat, so that everyone can see them.

Open dialogue is what we are aiming for! In order to guide the conversation, Twitter chats follow a Q1/A1 format. So, tweets and replies in response to Q1 should start with A1, responses to Q2 should start with A2, and so on. 


See how Twitter can act as a useful tool for information exchange among professional communities!

See why scientists should tweet (Barncard, 2014Bonetta, 2009), and how Twitter can aid our goals for social change (Rachel West; Taylor Scott & J’Vonnah Maryman (PDF file download).

To get oriented to Twitter use, check out Twitter as a Tool for Social Change (PDF file download).

You can find a handy Twitter Chat FAQs.