Bringing Psychology to the
For a healthy mind and body . . . talk to a
Pennsylvania Psychological Association (PPA) promotes the science and practice
of psychology by supporting psychologists to meet the evolving needs of the
public. We are the voice of psychology in Pennsylvania and have over 3,000
psychologist members throughout the state. PPA is committed to providing
educational resources for the public that illustrate the expertise
psychologists possess to help improve lives, families, workplaces, and
Of all the different mental health
professionals, psychologists have the most comprehensive training. Their
expertise spans the mind and its inner workings, communication, relationships,
values, and our interaction with the world around us.
Physical Health and Mental Health are Partners in
studies and media reports conducted by the American Psychological Association
have shown that more people than ever realize that physical health and mental
health are intertwined and that psychologists are at the forefront of this
people benefit from the professional guidance of a licensed psychologist who
can help them recognize the health benefits of caring for both mind and body.
LOOKING FOR A PSYCHOLOGIST?
you can work through problems yourself or with the support of family and
friends. But sometimes you may need some with special skills, training, and
experience to help you. That’s when you may want to talk to a licensed
psychologist. If you would like the name
of a qualified psychologist in your area, please visit our Psychologist
MEDIA INQUIRIES: Members of the media should
contact Justin Fleming, PPA’s Director of Government Affairs, at 717-232-3817 or email@example.com. We welcome the opportunity
to connect members of the media with qualified, licensed psychologists for
interviews in person or by phone. We recognize that the media often operates on
a tight schedule and we are sensitive to accommodating that need. You will be
referred to a psychologist who has expertise with the topic, who is experienced
in assisting the media, and who works in the same locale, if possible.
NEED A SPEAKER? Our members are willing to
provide free informative talks for your organization on such topics as stress,
resilience skills, depression, dealing with difficult people, parenting skills,
marriage and family issues, and many other topics. This service is being offered
as part of our Public Education Campaign. For more information, please contact
Justin Fleming, at 717-232-3817 or firstname.lastname@example.org.