The Children's Services Network (CSN) was formed to create an opportunity for all of us working with children, teens and families to connect with others who provide mental health services. Founded in 2007, CSN is a non-profit affiliate of the Arizona Psychological Association. Our website and online directory for children's services encompasses numerous specialties and disciplines, including child psychologists, neuropsychologists, custody evaluators, therapists, speech and language pathologists, occupational and physical therapists, psychiatrists and developmental pediatricians, family attorneys, educators, advocates, organizations that serve children and others. This directory is for use by professionals as well as by families who seek services. We believe in working together to provide the best care; it truly does take a village to work with children.
The East Valley Psychological Society is a professional networking group comprised of licensed psychologists living or working in the East Valley. However, all licensed psychologists and psychology students are invited to join us either as a guest at our meetings or as a member.
The Granite Mountain Psychological Society (GMPS) is an organization of Prescott Mental Health Professionals. Membership in the Society is open to licensed mental health professionals, educators and researchers in psychology or related fields, as well as others. Promotes human welfare through professional and public education. Facilitates professional and social interaction among local mental health professionals Serves to advance psychology as a profession and a science.
The Northern Arizona Psychological Society (NAPS) meets the third Friday of each month in the education building at NAU, for a one and a half hour presentation except for one month when we offer a 4 hour presentation to cover the licensing requirements of Domestic Violence/Child Abuse and Ethics.
The Scottsdale Psychological Society (SPS) is a nonprofit professional organization for licensed psychologists. The members meet 4 times each year in a member's home. The meetings include a brief business meeting, food, drinks and a featured speaker.