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All membership types allow for the membership to be paid in full or in quarterly installments


Basic Benefits


E-newsletter; Annual report; Legal and legislative updates; Free insurance and managed care consultation with our Director of Practice Affairs; Free ethics consultation (up to 1 hour per year); Public service opportunities; Discounts through WSPA partners; Board of Trustees and committee opportunities.

Premium Benefits


All Basic level benefits plus:Listing on WSPA’s Public Referral Webpage; Board of Trustees and committee opportunities; Free Ethics consultation (up to 2 hours per year); Legal consultations with a member of our JD, Ph.D. committee (up to two hours complimentary for new members); 10% discount on continuing education workshops and convention registrations; Free listing on telehealth referral webpage; Complimentary consultation on closing a practice.

Current board members and past presidents receive Premium at $250 each year

New members receive Premium at $275 (for the first year)

Platinum Benefits


All Premium and Basic Benefits plus: Unlimited free classifieds on WSPA’s website; Recognition in WSPA publications; One free 3-hour CE workshop; 50% Convention registration discount; Special badging at convention; Reserved seating and special recognition at the convention.

Other categories

Emeritus Level


Basic member benefits for individuals who are fully retired (no longer working), were full WSPA members for at least 20 years and would like to remain connected with WSPA, receive the WP, and attend WSPA conventions, workshops, and events.

Retired Level


Basic member benefits for individuals who have been full members of WSPA, are now in retirement, and work less than 10 paid hours per week. This category requires that you are at least 65 years of age or otherwise receiving social security or retirement program benefits. This is not for members in part time practice.

Associate Level


Basic member benefits for individuals who hold a master's degree in psychology or a related field from a regionally accredited college or university, or associate status with the APA. Associate members may not hold elected positions within WSPA and are not voting members.

Student Level


This category is for students currently enrolled in a graduate program in Psychology or an undergraduate program with a focus on Psychology.

Benefits: Annual report; E-newsletter; Legal and legislative updates; Student CE workshop registration rates; Discounted convention registration; Involvement opportunities; Volunteer opportunities.

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