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Membership has its benefits...

Keep in the loop

IPA members receive information on current topics via IPA's members-only listserv, The Idaho Psychologist (IPA's newsletter), and IPA’s website. Members also benefit from the efforts of a contracted lobbyist, who monitors legislation and provides updates on issues important to psychologists and their clients.

Network with your colleagues

IPA members socialize with other members during the annual regional meetings, at continuing education events, at peer consultation group meetings, and at the annual convention, which is usually the largest gathering of psychologists in the state.

Free consultation

IPA members may obtain free ethical consultations from members of IPA's Ethics Committee.

Quality continuing education

IPA organizes quality continuing education events which are usually offered to members at significantly discounted rates. IPA coordinates a two-day annual convention each spring. IPA is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. In addition, IPA has agreements with other nearby state psychological associations that make it possible for IPA's members to attend other states' continuing education events at their members' discounted rates. 

Opportunities to increase your professional visibility

IPA members have opportunities to participate in public education activities, a Find-A-Psychologist service (members must qualify to participate and pay a marketing fee), and our Speakers Bureau.

Legal consultation program, credit card processing services & more

IPA members may opt to purchase legal services through a legal consultation program or discounted credit card processing services. In addition, members occasionally have other unique opportunities through IPA (e.g. Verizon wireless discounts).

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