Welcome to the North Carolina Psychological Association, North Carolina Psychological Foundation and the Division of Independent Professional Practice. NCPA members work in a variety of settings such as hospitals, community mental health, private practice, colleges and universities, public schools, corrections, and research facilities.
NCPA’s work is carried out through its Board of Directors, which consists of NCPA’s officers and chairs of the organization’s committees. The committees are: Colleague Assistance, Continuing Education, Development, Disaster Response, Diversity, Finance, Insurance, Law and Psychology, Legislative, Membership, Newsletter, Professional Affairs and Ethics, Public Sector, Scientific, Academic and Student Affairs.
2015 NCPA ELECTION: CANDIDATE INFORMATION & PROPOSED BY-LAWS CHANGES
2015 NCPA Candidates for Election
2015 NCPA Proposed By-Laws Changes in February Ballot
NCPA: WORKING FOR PSYCHOLOGISTS
NCPA Board and Committees
NCPA Division of Independent Professional Practice
NC Psychological Foundation
Colleague Assistance Helpline
Annual Activities Report
Helpful Information About Psychology