When it comes to your professional future, membership in the Arizona Psychological Association is one of the most valuable investments you will make. True to AzPA's Mission, your investment ensures that AzPA can continue to support its members, advance the profession, preserve its integrity, promote health, and advocate in the public interest. An important benefit of membership is professional involvement, allowing you a chance to contribute to the development of your professional identity and support your profession in many different ways.
AzPA works hard for our members. We strive to provide many benefits to being part of one cohesive group of psychologists, including those listed below.
Participation in our annual Politics and Psychology Day at the Arizona Legislature Attendees are provided information regarding the legislative process, advocacy and current legislation Legislators are invited to have lunch with the participants to discuss areas of mutual interest
Monitoring of the activities of the legislature and governmental entities to protect your interests as a psychological professional in Arizona
Real time view of what bills AzPA is currently tracking, which often include proposed changes in the law that affect issues related to psychology and may have a positive or negative impact on the public
Participation in AzPA’s grassroots program, the Key Constituent Psychologist Key psychologists are identified in each of the State’s legislative districts and serve as liaisons for legislative advocacy between AzPA and its member psychologists living within those districts
Representation of your concerns to your legislators, the Board of Psychologists Examiners, and the American Psychological Association that directly impact the practice of psychology and the lives of our clients
Opportunity to meet with our national representatives in our nation's Capital to influence federal legislation through the American Psychological Association’s Practice Leadership Conference in Washington, DC
Stay informed of legislative action alerts and up-to-date information on current issues affecting the delivery of mental health