Print Page   |   Contact Us   |   Join PPA
Community Search
Calendar

8/25/2017
Lunch & Learn - August 25: Patient Focused Risk Management: An Ethical Approach Part I

9/15/2017
Lunch & Learn - September 15: Patient Focused Risk Management: An Ethical Approach Part II

10/20/2017
Lunch & Learn - October 20: How to Ethically Respond to a Subpoena or Court Order

10/26/2017 » 10/27/2017
2017 Fall Continuing Education Conference

11/17/2017
Lunch & Learn - November 17: When to Ethically Break Confidentiality


 

 

About PPA

The Pennsylvania Psychological Association is the professional association for psychologists in Pennsylvania, serving the needs of psychologists in independent practice, schools, business organizations, hospitals, private and government agencies, and academia.

Policy for the association is determined by a Board of Directors and carried out by a professional staff of seven, headquartered in Harrisburg, PA.
Founded in 1933, PPA is the third largest state association affiliated with the American Psychological Association. (www.apa.org)

The purpose of PPA is to advance psychology in Pennsylvania as a means of promoting human welfare. We carry out this charge through activities that advocate vigorously for public access to psychological services, that educate and support the professional development of our members, that educate the public through disseminating and applying psychological knowledge, and that maintain and build organizational strength.

To learn more about this history of PPA, please read the article below.

History of PPA

Item Name Posted By Date Posted
A Brief History of PPA PDF (18.75 KB) Administration 2/20/2014
Sign In


Latest News