Be involved with the organization that is
“The voice of psychology” in West Virginia.
Welcome new and returning members to WVPA!
Robert P. Hawkins, Ph.D.
Donna Midkiff, Psy.D.
Michael D. Murry, Ph.D.
Joseph Panepinto, Ph.D.
Ruth Ann Panepinto, Ph.D.
Thomas C. Stein, Ed.D.
Roy Tunick, Ed.D.
James Capage, Ph.D.
Victor Cerra, Ed.D.
Steven Cody, Ph.D.
Philip Comer, Ph.D.
Matthew Herridge, Ph.D.
Joseph R. Merz, Ph.D.
Neal R. Morris, Ed.D., M.S., ABPP
Stacey Waller, Ph.D.
2011 - Joseph Wyatt, Ph.D.
Through its various activities, WVPA helps shape the perception of psychology in the eyes of the public. WVPA is represented at the WV-DHHR Behavioral Health Advisory Council, WV Care Coalition and in the Mental Health Coalition of West Virginia. WVPA is also in a collaborative consortium known as the West Virginia Initiative to Improve End-of-Life Care.
Through our experienced and respected voice in
Keep up to date on standards of practice, ethics and research, build your knowledge base, and get the answers you need.
Get the latest information on a myriad of subjects at the three-day annual conference and through our one-day Spring Event. WVPA is an approved provider of APA Continuing Education. Members receive substantial discounts on registration fees. Learn about important licensing, legislative and regulatory changes through our WVPA Newsletter and via the WVPA web site.
Help your practice to grow by participation in the statewide WVPA Referral Service network. WVPA members have help when they need it with managed care or insurance concerns. Members also have access to discounted services such as health, group and liability insurance for themselves and their employees. We also provide a free listserv to our membership so that they can receive and give feedback on any psychology issue practice question or network. We also have a professional practice committee which also has a listserv dedicated to practice issues.