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California Psychological Association

California Psychological Association The California Psychological Association (CPA) is a 501(c)(6) non-profit professional association for licensed psychologists and others affiliated with the delivery of psychological services. CPA was founded in Los Angeles in 1948 initially to work for the licensure of psychologists. As the role of California psychologists expanded over the years...

Attention Deficit Disorders Association - Southern Region (ADDA-SR)

Attention Deficit Disorders Association - Southern Region (ADDA-SR) ADDA-SR is a non-profit organization. Their mission is to: Provide a resource network To support individuals impacted by attention deficit disorders and related conditions To advocate for the development of community resources and services that meet the education, social, and health care needs of all individuals with ADD/ADHD To keep the public...

Support in Mind Scotland

Support in Mind Scotland Support In Mind Scotland has a number of Professional Advisers who can attend Board meetings and meetings of their Public Affairs Committee, and are available to give information/guidance to National Office staff and Board members. Support In Mind Scotland works to improve the wellbeing and quality of life of people affected by serious mental...

New York State Association for Behavior Analysis

New York State Association for Behavior Analysis The New York State Association for Behavior Analysis Inc. is the state chapter of the Association for Behavior Analysis (ABA), an international organization devoted to the study of the experimental analysis of behavior.

Self-Help Network Center for Community Support and Research

Self-Help Network Center for Community Support and Research Founded in 1985, Self-Help Network was started by Evelyn Middelstadt, a Wichita social worker who recognized the special support and understanding that occurred in self-help groups when she brought together parents of special needs children. Self-Help Network became a statewide organization in 1989. From the many things they from self-help groups...

The Association of Black Psychologists

The Association of Black Psychologists The ABPsi, being the principal body consisting of renowned Black psychologists in the USA and beyond, is responsible for taking the primary role in defining the cultural considerations necessary to properly address the psychological needs of African Americans and people of the African Diaspora. No other organization or entity functions to...

State of Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services

State of Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services The Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS) promotes and administers comprehensive, recovery-oriented services in the areas of mental health treatment and substance abuse prevention and treatment throughout Connecticut. While the Department's prevention services serve all Connecticut citizens, its mandate is to serve adults (...

South Carolina Association of School Psychologists

South Carolina Association of School Psychologists Although SCASP was born in the fall of 1967, complete with constitution and president, Ron McWhirt, its conception goes back to an earlier time, fall of 1966. Dr. Ralph Tindall was teaching a seminar in school psychology for the second time in South Carolina. The students in that seminar produced papers about various professional concerns. One of...

New Hampshire Association of School Psychologists

New Hampshire Association of School Psychologists The New Hampshire Association of School Psychologists in the 21st century will be a vibrant association, supporting its members in their commitment to fostering strong children, schools and families in New Hampshire. NHASP members are united in advocacy for children. They believe that each child in New Hampshire has the right: To attend schools...

Missouri Institute of Mental Health

Missouri Institute of Mental Health The Missouri Institute of Mental Health is dedicated to providing research, evaluation, policy and training expertise to the Missouri Department of Mental Health, other state agencies, service provider agencies, and other organizations and individuals seeking information related to mental health and other related policy areas. Specific areas of...

College of Alberta Psychologists

College of Alberta Psychologists The Mandate of the College of Alberta Psychologists is to serve the interests of the public and guide the profession of psychology. The College is governed by a council comprised of elected members, public members appointed by the provincial government and officials of the College. Adjudicative and advisory functions of the College are clearly...

National Association of School Psychologists

National Association of School Psychologists NASP represents school psychology and supports school psychologists to enhance the learning and mental health of all children and youth. Vision: The National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) is the premier source of knowledge, professional development, and resources, empowering school psychologists to ensure that all children and youth...

Anxiety Disorders Association of America

Anxiety Disorders Association of America The Anxiety Disorders Association of America (ADAA) is the only national nonprofit organization solely dedicated to informing the public, health care professionals, and media that anxiety disorders are real, serious, and treatable. ADAA leads the way, advocating for improving the lives of millions of people: Promotes professional and public...

The National Board of Professional and Ethical Standards

The National Board of Professional and Ethical Standards Hypnosis Education and Certification: Whether you are looking for a new career or just want to enhance the one you have, they have what you want. The field of Hypnotherapy is booming and is expected to double and triple in the next few years. Most people are interested in a career that is easy to learn with as few restrictions as possible with a...

Kentucky Domestic Violence Association

Kentucky Domestic Violence Association Community awareness of the pervasiveness and severity of domestic violence in Kentucky heightened in the late 1970's. The YWCA in Louisville opened Kentucky's first spouse abuse shelter in 1977. By 1980 there were six shelter programs serving battered women and their children in Kentucky. The Kentucky Domestic Violence Association was founded in...