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TPA’s membership is comprised of more than 1,500 practicing psychologists and graduate students in the state of Texas. We recognize and appreciate the value that each one of our members contributes to our association.

TPA is dedicated to working on your behalf. Your support and involvement is critical in protecting and maintaining the doctoral standard for the independent practice of psychology, and the maintaining of your license to practice it. TPA is the only organization fighting for legislative and regulatory processes that will allow you to continue to provide the highest-quality of mental health care.
Moreover, through TPA you have the opportunity to contribute to the development of your profession in many different ways—while we strive to offer the services and assistance you need to successfully grow and participate in your profession.


2017 Membership

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As a regulated and licensed profession, it is important to maintain your involvement in your professional association.

In 2017 your TPA membership is more important than ever before, as the 2017 Legislative session begins and the Texas State Board of Examiners is under Sunset review. 

 TPA represents and enhances the profession of psychology in Texas, while promoting human health and welfare through education, science, and practice. 

Join or renew your membership today. 

Call for Proposals
Annual Convention


Interested in presenting at the 2017 TPA Annual Convention in Houston (Nov. 16-18)? 

We are pleased to announce the 2017 Annual Convention Call for Proposals. TPA’s President, Dr. Carol Grothues, and TPA’s Program Committee, chaired by Dr. Sydney Kroll, encourage proposals for workshops, symposia, research papers, and posters from individuals in all settings representing psychology in Texas.The Program Committee especially welcomes proposals relating to the convention's theme "Growing Psychology."

The proposal receipt deadline is 5:00 p.m. on Monday, April 10.

Attend the April 12th Legislative Day


Legislative session is in full swing, and there are a number of bills on the table that significantly impact the practice of psychology in Texas. 


We need licensed psychologists to join us at the Capitol on Wednesday, April 12th for our second legislative day of the year. 


We will provide a full briefing and breakfast prior to your meetings. Additionally, you will receive all necessary materials and talking points prior to your visits. 


Register today to attend. 




March Member Spotlight: Growing Psychology


Suzanne Mouton-Odum, Ph.D.

Meet Dr. Suzanne Mouton-Odum, licensed psychologist and founder of Psychology Houston, PC: The Center for Cognitive Behavioral Treatment. See how Dr. Mouton-Odum contributes to the growth of the profession of psychology through specializations. 

"I have always been a strong advocate for developing areas of specialization and believe that this approach has contributed to my success as a psychologist. I have specific training and expertise in the treatment of people with anxiety disorders (OCD, phobias, GAD, and Panic Disorder), Body Focused Repetitive Behaviors (hair pulling and skin picking), and Tourette Syndrome and Tic Disorders. In addition to these content areas, I also specialize in conducting evidence-based cognitive-behavioral therapy. I believe that one can specialize in either a content area or a type of therapy, i.e., CBT. Being a specialist has helped me to develop a strong referral base and ensures that I am always practicing within my area of expertise."


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