Kentucky Psychological Association Mission Statement:  "To promote psychology as a science and a profession."

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Here is why you should be!

As a member of KPA you make an investment in the future of your profession - here are a few of the member benefits:

KY Board of Examiners of Psychology Liaison...KPA advocates for licensing issues and obtains the latest news affecting psychologists.

Save Money... Early Bird registration and member discounts at all KPA sponsored Continuing Education Events, including significant savings on Convention registration.

Professional Networking and Referrals... Join the Psychological Services Locator to make your practice easier to find; referral resources at your fingertips.

Get Help with Questions... Need to know how to reach the Board of Examiners? Can’t find the rule on how long to hang on to those files? Membership in KPA means you have somebody ready to help you - and it’s just a phone call or e-mail away.

Bypass Sticky Situations... Free access to our Ethics Committee provides you with the tools you need to handle those difficult professional situations, so you can head off a mistake that could possibly threaten your career.

Practice Consultations and Practice Updates… Members have access to free consultations with KPA’s Director of Professional Affairs on a broad range of practice issues.

Define the Profession... Have a strong voice in how our profession is defined in Kentucky through KPA’s advocacy initiatives.

Develop Your Leadership… Through participation on the KPA Board or committees, community outreach, public education, and more.

Have a Sense of Community... Psychologists can sometimes feel isolated. KPA helps you connect through listservs, CE events, academic programs, and more.


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Top Stories 

KPA President, Dr. Sarah Shelton, responds to Marshall County High School Shooting

Maryhurst receives the 2017 Psychologically Health Workplace Award

2018 KPA Legislative Priorities read them here

Lexington Herald publishes article  "Mental illness common, often untreated" written by KPA members  Brighid Kleinman,Ph.D., Eric Russ, Ph.D. and Christen Logue, Ph.D..  

The Courier Journal publishes article "Talking to kids when they need help" written by the KPF Public Education Chair, Christen Logue, Ph.D. 

Member Highlights

Sheila Schuster, Ph.D. was interviewed by the New York Times for the article, To Get Medicaid in Kentucky, Many Will Have to Work. Advocates for the Poor Say They Will Sue. She was also interviewed by WNYC - New York Public Radio.  
Shambra Mulder, Ph.D., was interviewed for an article, "Black students are punished twice as often as white students in Lexington schools" for the Lexington Herald Leader.
Lisa Willner, Ph.D., KPA Executive Director, filed to run for State Representative in House District more here.