Welcome to the Cleveland Psychological Association

Please note: The website is currently being revised and some features (i.e. Find a Psychologist, the New Member form, etc) might not be functional. If the function you're trying to use is not currently operational, please contact us and we'll try to help while the revisions are ongoing.

This website has been established for members of the Cleveland Psychological Association (CPA) and for visitors interested in learning more about:

  • how psychological services can help to relieve stress, strengthen relationships, and improve the quality of life

  • issues that affect the psychological well-being of individuals, families, and organizations

  • the services CPA members provide and how you can find a psychologist who can help

CPA's more than 200 members are committed to providing the highest quality healthcare and consulting services to residents of northeast Ohio. Our psychologists have the expertise to help with a wide range of life stressors, from a two-year-old's tantrums to the grief a senior experiences with the death of a spouse. Whether you need a learning assessment for your adolescent, counseling to improve your marriage, or assistance hiring high-caliber employees, CPA can help.

Take a stroll through our website! If you have questions, need additional information, or have feedback about this site, please contact us at your convenience.  You can email CPA at angelaclevelandpsych@gmail.com or call CPA directly at 216-397-9229 to speak with our adminstrative assistant Angela Bailey, who will help connect you with a psychologist(s) and/or assist with other needs you may have. 

Thanks for visiting. We look forward to speaking with you soon!


 

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