NEW DOCTORATE MEMBER: Holder of a doctorate in psychology granted three years or less prior to membership. New Doctorate Members enjoy the same rights and privileges as Full Members at a reduced membership fee. New Doctorate members may be eligible for their profile to be included in the publicly searchable Find a Psychologist web site feature. Click here for eligibility requirements.
Annual fee: $95.
ASSOCIATE MEMBER: Holder of a master’s degree in a mental health discipline (e.g., MFT, LCSW, LPC, etc.) or a related degree (e.g., MD, JD, etc.). Associate Members have all rights and privileges of SCCPA membership except the right to vote or serve on the Board. Associate members are not eligible to have their profile included in the publicly searchable Find a Psychologist web site feature.
Annual fee: $100.
LIFE MEMBER: Any member who (1) is age 65 or older and has been a member of SCCPA for twenty (20) years, or (2) is a SCCPA member who, regardless of age or length of membership, is unable to work due to a permanent disability. Life Members pay fifty percent (50%) of the dues for the membership class that they held prior to becoming Life Members, and they retain the rights and privileges of the membership class that they had held.
STUDENT MEMBER: Must be enrolled in a graduate psychology program or engaged in a post-doctoral psychology training program. Student Members have all of the rights and privileges of SCCPA membership except the right to vote or serve on the Board; however, one Student Representative duly elected to serve on the Board by the members of CPAGS shall have one vote on the Board. If CPAGS does not elect a Student Representative, then any student member of SCCPA may run for the position on the SCCPA ballot.
Annual fee: $20
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FORENSIC PROVIDER LIST:
Individuals on this list may provide a variety of services such as custody evaluations, assessments, or counseling for families and children in separating/divorcing families. An individual’s inclusion on this list is not a recommendation or endorsement by the Santa Clara County Superior Court, the Forensic Committee, or by SCCPA. The Superior Court, the Forensic Committee, and SCCPA accept no responsibility for the training, education, or competence of individuals listed and assume no responsibility or liability for any damages arising directly or indirectly from services provide by any mental health professional on the list. Litigants and attorneys are solely responsible for interviewing individuals on this list regarding their qualifications.
This list of mental health professionals have self-reported to the Santa Clara County Psychological Association’s (SCCPA) Forensic Committee completion of mandatory domestic violence training required as a condition for appointment by Santa Clara County Superior (Family) Court. Please note that there may be other mandatory training and experience necessary before court appointment can be made, depending upon the requested service. No actual confirmation of training by individuals on this list is conducted by the Forensic Committee. The Forensic Committee maintains this list for information purposes only. The Family Court is not involved in the compilation of this list.
Annual fee: $40