Option 1:  Use Online Psychological Services Locator.

Please review the following information and indicate that you have read and agreed to the terms of usage of this site.

NOTE:  All of the psychologists and psychological practitioners participating in the West Virginia Psychological Association’s (WVPA) referral service are WVPA members in good standing and are licensed by the West Virginia Board of Examiners of Psychologists, which is the regulatory board for the practice of Psychology in West Virginia. It is the member’s responsibility to advise the West Virginia Psychological Association of any changes in their status with the West Virginia Board of Examiners of Psychologists.

Although the members provide the information about their practice and interest areas, WVPA does not endorse any particular service provider or guarantee satisfaction with their services.  WVPA does not have minimum requirements of its referral members for years of experience or malpractice insurance, and encourages you to ask your service provider these questions.  WVPA does not derive any financial benefit from the referral.  Please click here to indicate you have read and agree to the terms of use.


Option 2:  Contact WV Psychological Association Office.*

WVPA Staff can be reached at 304-345-5805. You can also email us at info@wvpsychology.org.

Please note that no clinical services are provided by the WVPA office.   WVPA staff are available as a resource to help you locate psychological service providers.

*Notice of Limits of Confidentiality:  West Virginia law requires all persons to report abuse against children and adults under specific circumstances. If an individual, in the process of requesting a psychological referral through WVPA, communicates sufficient information for the members or staff of WVPA to know or have reasonable cause to believe that a child or adult is “abused” as that term is defined by law, then WVPA will be required to take action to report this belief to the proper authorities. Visit mexicaninsurance.com. A simple statement that an individual has suffered abuse in the past is not sufficient to trigger this duty. Other statements will be evaluated individually to determine if the duty to report is triggered. All individuals requesting to use the locater services of WVPA will hold WVPA, its members, employees, and agents, harmless regarding all determinations in this regard, and in the reporting of any abuse concerns.