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The Connecticut Psychological Association is dedicated to providing resources that inform, educate, and assist consumers. This page contains links to such information.

Is there something you are looking for that you cannot find? Do you have a resource you would like to recommend? Please contact Dr. Elaine Ducharme, our Public Education Coordinator, with your questions and suggestions:

In Connecticut  Website for young adults with mental health and wellness issues.

APA Help Center  Information on resilience, depression, anxiety, relationships, health insurance and more. This site contains fabulous resources covering a host of topics and includes tip sheets and brochures available for download and distribution.

Resilience For Teens: Practice the skills of resilience with these 10 tips.

Stress:  Myths, tips, a video, and more: You’re page for managing stress. Fact Sheet available for downloading.

Psychotherapy: Friends Helping Friends:  A youtube video describing how to help friends access psychotherapy.

Talk to a Psychologist:  From the Community for Psychologists in Independent Practice- learn how talking to a psychologist can help you and those you care about.

What a Psychologist Can Do For You This article and others like it are available at Your Mind Your Body, a blog featuring psychologists’ insights on healthy lifestyles and behaviors. Fact sheets are also available describing how psychologists can help with the following:

Take control of your diabetes.

Manage chronic pain.

Getting your weight under control.

Psychotherapy Awareness:  You’ll find these four new Help Center articles related to psychotherapy awareness on the APA Help Center page.

Protecting your privacy: Understanding confidentiality

Psychotherapy: Understanding group therapy

How to help in an emotional crisis

Understanding psychological testing and assessment

Crisis Information

Suicide Text Hotline    838255
Crisis Line Hotline.     741741  for opportunities to volunteer and receive help


Agencies that provide some services and advocacy
Mental Health Association of CT. or 860-529-1970. 
National Alliance on Mental Illness of CT or 860-882-0236.  

Find a Psychologist or CPA Member

CPA Member Directory 
Access to the CPA membership directory is open according to terms of use listed on the directory page. Since many members do not engage in the independent practice of psychology, it is NOT a referral service and members listed herein do not necessarily accept patients for psychological services. It is simply a listing of the members of Connecticut Psychological Association.  This directory is not to be used for commercial purposes and solicitation of members based on information in the directory is prohibited.

Psychologist Locator 
Psychologist Locator, a service of the American Psychological Association Practice Organization, makes it easy for you to find practicing psychologists in your local area. Psychologists are trained to help people deal effectively with many of life’s problems and can help improve physical and mental health for you and your family. The Psychologist Locator lets you consider many factors in searching for psychologists, including their areas of specialization, gender, insurance accepted, languages spoken and much more.