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Arizona Psychological Association's (AzPA) Membership Committee

About the AZ Psychological Association:

The Arizona Psychological Association was founded in 1950 and became an affiliate of the American Psychological Association in 1951. Originally incorporated in Arizona in 1961 as the Arizona State Psychological Association, the association was re-incorporated in 1986 under its present name. The Articles Incorporation were revised to be in concert with the changes in the association's bylaws. AzPA achieved non profit status in 1982.


The Mission of the Arizona Psychological Association is to support its members, advance the profession, preserve its integrity, promote health, and advocate in the public interest.

ASU Counseling Services Mission:

ASU Counseling Services work to support the academic mission of the university by providing mental health, consultation, and outreach services that facilitate the student learning experience and student success in persistence and graduation.


To promote academic success, honor diversity, and to facilitate human potential.

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