A Message from NCPA President,  Dr. Mary Evers:

Welcome to the North Carolina Psychological Association's website!

NCPA advocates for psychology as a science, a profession, and a means of promoting human welfare. NCPA also provides  an organized voice for Psychology and promotes high standards for the profession. In these efforts, NCPA is committed to    furthering justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion within Psychology. Whether you are a student, trainee, early career professional/academic, or established professional/academic, you will find that we are involved in many activities to support  and further the goals of Psychology in the state. We offer many CE activities that provide APA approved credit throughout the  year from Lunchtime Learning to more lengthy workshops. As a member you will also benefit from our professional advocacy  on legislative and practice issues. We communicate several times a week with members to provide timely information about  developments nationally and within the state that affect training and the work of Psychologists. NCPA is a grass-roots  organization and we rely on a committed group of volunteers. Our Board of Directors and ten committees do the work of the  association. They are assisted by our very capable staff: Martha Turner-Quest (Executive Director) and Karen Gray (Director  of Membership and Communications). We welcome your interest and support.

Mary Evers, PhD