Kansas Psychological Association
Looking to get involved in local psychological associations?
Founded in 1930, the Kansas Psychological Association has a long history of service to psychologists and the public.
The purpose of the Kansas Psychological Association is to advance psychology as a science, as a profession, and as a means of promoting human welfare by the encouragement of psychology in all its branches in the broadest and most liberal manner.
Students can attend events at a lower cost, and these events cover everything from risk management issues in private practice to political action committee legislation info for practitioners. For student membership information and more details on their spring workshop visit the link below.
Student Member Annual Dues: $15
KPA 2013 Spring Workshop
*Written by GA Jennifer Elliott