Vermont Psychological Association
Working to advance mental health care for Vermonters since 1950
Psychologist (doctor's or master's level) licensed in Vermont
Psychologist (doctor's or master's level) licensed in Vermont for less than 2 years
Licensed Mental Health Professional other than a psychologist
Member of VPA for at least 15 years; not providing clinical services for a fee
Undergraduate or graduate student in psychology or related field at an accredited institution
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Already a member? We'd love to hear what you value about your VPA membership so that we can share that with others.
You can be an active member of VPA!
There are lots of opportunities to be an active VPA member and help advance the field of psychology--in all its forms--in Vermont. VPA welcomes its members to participate in:
Supervision of rostered professionals
In addition, you can help advance the mission of your organization by participating on one of our standing committees:
Contact us for more information on actively to find out how you can make an impact.
Discounts on VPA CE Workshops
The APA is looking for new members for the Clinical Guidelines Advisory Steering Committee.
As of August 1, 2017 (subject to change)
Membership in VPA is an important aspect of your professional life. Active membership empowers you and helps VPA to represent the collective interests of psychology and psychologists in state and national issues.
Membership of VPA includes academicians, practicing psychologists, other behavioral health professionals, and students. Professional activities of the membership include psychotherapy, educational psychology, community mental health programs, teaching, research, consulting, and a variety of other professional pursuits. VPA is a diversified group of psychologists and allied professionals who share a common commitment to serve others, and in so doing, enhance the well-being of all persons.
HOW CAN I ACTIVELY PARTICIPATE IN VPA?
Resources for Members
Mandated Reporting/Duty to Warn
Records & Confidentiality
Become a VPA member today! In addition to the benefits you receive personally from a VPA membership, your dues help ensure we can continue our efforts to advocate for and support legislation that matters to you and your clients.
Free ethics consultations
Finding--and offering--supervision to a future psychologist
I nitially joined VPA because I felt it was the right thing to do. However, it was only once I began attending more CE events and getting to know my colleagues that I knew my VPA membership was a worthwhile investment. It's been a privilege to be a member of VPA and because of my membership, it's been an honor to serve on the Board of Directors.
--Rick Barnett, Psy.D., M.S., LADC
VPA President, 2011-2014
Client/patient referrals from referral service
Membership in VPA
Expanded professional network
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Free practice management consultations
Forms & resources at your fingertips through our newsletter and website