During the month of January we celebrate Martin Luther King’s birthday (January 19th). It is important to remember this revolutionary human being and Nobel Peace Prize winner who had such a powerful impact on the Civil Rights Movement. Martin Luther’s message was one of hope and peace. He strove to see a country in which all Americans, regardless of race or ethnicity, could live a life of equal freedoms and opportunities. While this country has seen significant changes since his death, we must continue to remember his message as there is still continued change and growth that needs to take place. To read more about Martin Luther go to: http://www.nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/peace/laureates/1964/king-bio.html.
What is OPA?
The Oregon Psychological Association (OPA) is a not for profit professional association whose purpose is to promote the interests of psychology as a science and profession through services to the public and members. OPA is a comprised of Oregon psychologists who advocate for psychologists on local, state and national issues affecting both the profession and the world we live in. OPA functions through the active volunteer work of our membership.
What Does OPA Do?
The Benefits of MembershipOPA is comprised of psychologists and associates that advocate for psychology on local, state and national issues affecting both the profession and the world we live in. OPA functions through the active volunteer work of our membership.