About WSPA


History

Founded in 1947, the Washington State Psychological Association represents the profession of psychology in the State of Washington. The association is recognized at the national level for both its success in legislative activism and professional support. WSPA constantly works to expand the parameters of psychology in our state, thus increasing the quality of our service to communities where psychologists live and work. As the representative voice for Psychology in Washington State, our organization addresses the full breadth of psychological professions by including over 400 members from private practice, governmental service, and academia.

WSPA is governed by a volunteer of seven Trustees and has a paid staff of four and holds an annual fall convention and single day workshops in the spring.