"The Oregon Psychological Association is a not for profit professional association whose purpose is to promote the interests of psychology as a science and profession through services to the public and members."
What is OPA?
OPA is a not-for-profit statewide professional organization comprised of Oregon psychologists that advocates for psychologists on local, state and national issues affecting both the profession and the world we live in. OPA functions through the active volunteer work of our membership.
What Does OPA Do?
Organizes continuing education workshops, town halls across the state, and a conference to meet the continuing education needs of the membership.
Publishes a newsletter called the Oregon PsychologistBulletin that updates members on opportunities, events and issues affecting psychologists.
Advocates for legislation that affects the practice of psychology.
Creates opportunities for professional and peer interaction and networking.
Protects consumers and educates members through ethics.
Offers a listing of psychologists as a resource for consumers under our Find a Psychologist section of this website.
To register for the January 17th Workshop on Competencies in Clinical Supervision by Carol Falender, PhD