Welcome to the San Gabriel Valley Psychological Association Home Page!
We offer a variety of programs to both members and the larger community. 
We offer CE-events for those in the Mental Health Fields, both members and non-members.
You can find a therapist here. 
We have some Resources available at a cursors click.
And there is a link to our award winning newsletter - Analyze This.
If you are not a member, consider joining us.
We welcome you!

On the Horizon:  

Happy New Year!
We are excited to continue to see you at our future events.
We look forward to seeing you at our events in this coming year.
Foremost, there is our January Jubilee on January 27, 2023.
Check your SGVPA email for invitation details or contact us at:
[email protected]
We will honor Suzanne Lake, PsyD and further members of our community. 
Log in and take a look at our Members Highlights. 
On April 22. 2023 we will hold our second Diversity Conference.
The Theme for this year conference is:
Brdiging the Gap: Representation and Allyship.
For some further information, click here
Keep checking your email for news about SGVPA through our Listserv.
There are lots of opportunities to become involved at SGVPA.
If you are interested in becoming involved: 
Check out our various committees and opportunities to join under
Membership and Committees. 
More Updates
Presidents Message 
Message from SGVPA's President Wayne Kao, Psy.D.
To view the Presidents and President Elect joint message on YouTube, click here 

As I reflect on the incredible journey that we’ve all been on through almost 3 years of a pandemic, I think of the hardships and losses that we’ve all endured. I think of how our world has changed, some temporary, some permanent.

However, more than anything, I think of our perseverance. I think of my colleagues, who have continued to provide wonderful mental health services to our community and the world around us, making sure that people have a place to go to in their time of need. I’m reminded of our students that have continued to further their education in psychology, so that they can one day be in a better position to help those in need. I also think of the clients we’ve served over the years, witnessing their struggles, but more importantly, their resilience when they have the support they need. 

As we look ahead, knowing that there is so much more work to be done, I’m reminded of the need to come together, to celebrate, to find not just one community, but multiple communities, so that we can remind ourselves that we are a part of something bigger than ourselves, but to know that we are supported.

With that being said, I invite you to peruse our evolving website, to get to know our community better, and to keep up to date on the events and continuing education happening in our association.

In celebration, I look forward to seeing everyone at our annual January Jubilee. More than ever, it’s time to celebrate, and take appreciate our hard work together. I hope to see everyone there.  

To view the Presidents and President Elect joint message, click here