Welcome! To follow is a brief description of many of the reasons Kansas Psychological Association encourages you to renew not only your membership but your active participation in the Kansas Psychological Association.
2015 KPA Fall Conference
Too Much, Too Little, Not Enough- The Imbalances of Human Need
November 7, 2015
Wesley Family Practice, 850 N. Hillside St., Wichita
5.5 Hours Continuing Education
Schedule, Details & Registration Here!
Want to Earn 6 CE Credits and Support KPA?
Support the Kansas Psychological Association each time you register for a Trust Ethics and Risk Management Webinar! You can now attend any of the Trust Ethics and Risk Management Webinar Sequences and attribute a portion of the registration fee to KPA during webinar registration. Choose from:
Legal and Ethical Risks and Risk Management in Professional Psychological Practice: Risk Management in Specific High Risk Areas(6 Hours)
Ethical Decision Making and Risk Management in Clinical Practice (6 Hours)
Adventures on the Electronic Frontier: Ethics and Risk Management in the Digital Era (6 Hours)
Hot Topics in Ethics and Risk Management (6 Hours)
For more information, click here!
Congratulations to Our 2015 Elected Board Members:
President-Elect: Melissa Hopper, PsyD
Academic and Research Representative: Barbara Kerr, PhD
Rural Health Coordinator: Mary Wilson, PhD
Practice and Service Representative: Jeremy Stevenson, PsyD
2015 KPA Membership: Join or Renew today!
Psychology in Kansas is not the same without you and it is not the same without Kansas Psychological Association. Together, as a team, we can do more.
In 2014, the Kansas Psychological Association Board of Governors continued to vigorously monitor updates and changes to the profession as they affect the landscape of the practice of psychology in Kansas. We have forged an important working relationship with BSRB. Furthermore, KPA’s Legislative Consultant tracks and monitors other professionals’ licensing changes that both directly and indirectly affect Kansas Psychologists. --Read more