americanarttherapyassociation.org – Representing more than 5,000 members and 36 State Chapters.
aamft.org – Represents the professional interests of more than 24,000 marriage and family therapists throughout the United States, Canada and abroad.
aapc.org – Integrating Spirituality and Psychotherapy to enhance the well being and health of individuals, families and communities.
abecsw.org – The national standard-setting organization for the profession of Clinical Social Work. They also publish position statements, maintain an online directory of certificants, and issue credentials for advanced clinical generalists (BCD), clinical supervisors, children/families practitioners, and others.
counseling.org – Representing professional counselors in various practice settings dedicated to the growth and enhancement of the counseling profession.
agpa.org – A membership association for mental health professionals, students and others who work with, or have an interest in, all types of groups. It provides a support and referral network with other group therapists, and is a unique resource for group-related information and training, including formal CE activities, and publications and other materials for practitioners and the public-at-large on the benefits of group as well as best practices.
apsa.org – American Psychoanalytic Association (APsaA) is the oldest national psychoanalytic organization in the nation. APsaA focuses on promoting the psychoanalysis as a treatment and as a profession through public education, research, advocacy and membership development.
apa.org – The largest association of psychologists representing 150,000 members worldwide.
camft.org – An independent professional organization representing the interests of licensed marriage and family therapists.
centercsw.org – A national non-profit organization representing all clinical social workers by developing practice standards and credentials, advocating for practitioners and their clients, and enhancing opportunities for research, education, and training.
chadd.org – is the nation’s leading association providing education, advocacy and support for children and adults with AD/HD.
www.CAPS.net – The Christian Association for Psychological Studies is a professional organization committed to exploring the relationship between Christianity and the behavioral sciences at both the clinical/counseling and the theoretical/research levels. Through its various programs, CAPS encourages the pursuit of excellence in the counseling clinic, in the classroom, in the community and in the member’s spiritual and emotional life. More information can be found at www.CAPS.net.
flapsych.com – FPA is a voluntary, member-based, professional organization comprised of psychologists. With over 1,400 members, it is the largest professional organization for psychologists in the state of Florida.
indianapsychology.org – Indiana Psychology Association is the largest collaboration of psychologists in the state of Indiana. Established in 1937, its purpose is to advance psychology as a science, as a profession, and as a means of promoting public welfare. IPA is one of the oldest and most well established state psychological associations in the nation. IPA is the largest organization representing scientific and professional psychology in Indiana.
kyca.org – Kentucky Counseling Association is an NBCC Approved Continuing Education Provider (ACEP) and the state branch of American Counseling Association.
lagpa.org – The Lesbian and Gay Psychotherapy Association of Southern California (LAGPA) is committed to the process of developing the finest psychological skills for working with clients confronted with the complexity of personal issues related to being LGBT in a homophobic world. While LAGPA is oriented toward mental health professionals, individuals desiring to join LAGPA are not required to be licensed.
www.LPCANC.org – LPCANC is the only organization working exclusively for LPCs in North Carolina; providing resources and support for LPCs as well as representing and advocating for the interests of LPCs and the profession.
www.NCDA.org – A non-profit professional organization for career counselors and other career service providers. NCDA provides professional development, continuing education, advocacy, standards and resources for it members and those seeking career options to maximize their life goals. NCDA members “inspire careers and empower lives!”
nymhca.org – NYMHCA represents the interests of the mental health counselors of New York. NYMHCA championed counselor licensure and is now working to protect and expand the opportunities of students and working counselors for employment and advancement in the field.
privatepracticehub.co.uk – Private Practice Hub is packed full of business resources for therapists. It includes advice about the nuts and bolts of running a therapy practice, finance and marketing tips, free document templates, special offers, a list of therapy rooms to rent, a training and events database and much more.
www.simplepractice.com – Next-gen practice management made simple. Cloud based with seamlessly integrated notes, billing, and online booking. Fully secure and HIPAA compliant. Save time with SimplePractice – try 30 days free today!
traumahealing.org – The Foundation For Human Enrichment, d.b.a. Somatic Experiencing® Trauma Institute, is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to resolving trauma worldwide by providing state-of-the-art professional training and public education in Somatic Experiencing® (SE™).
www.txca.org – The Texas Counseling Association (TCA) is dedicated to providing leadership, advocacy and education to promote the growth and development of the counseling profession and those who are served.
Washington State Psychological Association – WSPA represents the voices and needs of psychologists in the State of Washington in Olympia, within the health profession and in the community. WSPA creates positive change for Washington psychologists and those they serve.