Founded in 1976, NCSPP is an organization composed of delegates from programs and schools of professional psychology.
David Sitzer, Ph.D.
Chair, Disability Committee
The Disability Committee (DC) elevates the voices of those marginalized groups within the disability community. Explicit in this charge is the social responsibility to ensure greater representation of diversity in differences of ability, to include members with visual, auditory, verbal, physical, mental, and neurodivergent differences who can maintain the essential functions of psychologists. We make a conscious decision to gain representation from intersecting identities (ethnic, racial, and gender diversity) to better serve our disability constituency and provide culturally competent recommendations. Explicit attention is devoted to conducting research and developing trainings to inform the field of psychology on disability issues.
NCSPP committees deal with specific issues related to training and practice in professional psychology.
There is no prerequisite to participate in a committee. Please send an e-mail message to ncsppoffice@gmail and indicate which committee you would like to join.