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Tennessee Colleague Assistance Foundation

The American Psychological Association
This site contains thousands of web pages with information on all aspects of psychology. There are public areas as well as areas which can be accessed by members only. 

Tennessee Board of Examiners in Psychology

This site is well worth visiting. The TN Dept. of Health also offers licensure verification information via an online database.

 

Memphis Area Psychological Association

At this site you will find information about the current MAPA Board, relevant links & resources, and a way to contact your current MAPA President.

 

Knoxville Area Psychological Association
KAPA is a regional affiliate of the Tennessee Psychological Association (TPA). Their website is designed to help the public locate qualified psychologists within the Knoxville area.



Local:

Nashville Area Psychological Association

Knoxville Area Psychological Association

Listing of State Psychological Associations
(hosted by APA.org)

Listing of State Training Programs in Psychology

Psychologists in Independent Practice

American Academy of Clinical Psychology. ABPP is the only body authorized by APA to certify advanced-level competency in clinical practice. Our website offers professional news, CE offerings, information about board certification (previously called the diplomate status) and an on-line publication.

 

A Report of the Surgeon General on Mental Health

The American Psychological Association
This site contains thousands of web pages with information on all aspects of psychology. The are public areas contain information on such topics as how to choose a mental health professional and other online brochures. There is a section for students on becoming a psychologist.

National Institutes of Health 
The homepage for NIH provides health information, scientific resources, news and events and a listing of NIH institutes and offices. 

Healthfinder 
A site sponsored by the United States Department of Health and Human Services (DHS), is a searchable directory which helps users find information about a given health topic on-line -- anything from information on cosmetic ingredients to head injuries to rheumatoid arthritis to the history of medicine. It includes sites created by government agencies, universities and not-for-profits, health-related journals as well as contact information for health organizations.

Alzheimer's Association
This is the official site of the oldest and largest national voluntary health organization dedicated to researching the cause, cure and prevention of Alzheimer's disease. 

ASPEN of America, Inc.
A national non-profit organization providing information and support to individuals, families and professionals dealing with Asperger Syndrome, Nonverbal Learning Disabilities (NLD), and related neurologically-based social &communication disorders on the high-functioning end of the autism spectrum.

 

 

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