offers guidance from staff experts on dealing with insurance
APA is focused on
the public good by addressing important societal issues including increasing access to mental health services.
guidance on how
to make a smooth
advocates on behalf
of practitioners for fair
reimbursement for all
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Learn more about the Practice Organization’s
work on behalf of practitioners at apapracticecentral.org
and follow us on Twitter at @APAPractice and Facebook.
Wherever you are in your career or whatever professional
issues you face, ;e Practice Organization and the
American Psychological Association (APA) provide
resources and tools to help you navigate your career
and support your daily work.
In a nutshell:
What’s the difference between the Practice Organization and APA?
The Practice Organization exists to promote and support practicing psychologists. ;e Practice Organization provides
you with access to sta; expertise on practice-related legal and regulatory issues and a host of resources to help you in
your day-to-day practice. Plus, it proactively advocates for practitioners on reimbursement and other pocketbook issues.
APA exists to advance the creation, communication and application of psychological knowledge to benefit society
and improve people’s lives. APA can provide you with practice guidelines, policies and educational materials about
the value of psychological services that benefit the public.
The Practice Organization supports practitioners in ways that APA cannot. Because of its tax status as a
charitable organization, APA cannot legally engage in the kinds of advocacy that protect practitioners’ economic
and marketplace interests. ;e Practice Organization is a legally separate companion organization to APA.
Membership to the Practice Organization is separate from APA.