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: Educharme@connpsych.org.
TurningPointCT.org: Website for young adults with mental health and wellness issues.
APA Help Center
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:
Psychotherapy Awareness: You’ll find these four new Help Center articles related to psychotherapy awareness on the APA Help Center page.
Find a Psychologist or CPA Member
CPA Member Directory
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.