NMPA Early Career Psychologists Division
Welcome to NMPA's Early Career Psychologists Division webpage!
Mission Statement The NMPA Early Career Psychologists (ECP) Division will provide a professional community to advance the development of psychologists entering the profession, empowering its members through advocacy, mentoring and education.
Who We Are
ECP Nicole Duranceaux, PhD, and an active committee of early career members have joined together to demonstrate NMPA's commitment to supporting the needs and interests of ECPs.
Who Can Join?
Doctoral students can join the ECP Division if they are a student member of NMPA or for seven years after licensure, which is the APA definition of early career psychologist.
How Can I Become Active in the ECP Division?
Just call the NMPA office at 505-883-7376, or contact ECP Representative Nicole Duranceaux, PhD, firstname.lastname@example.org
APA Early Career Psychology
Data on Education and Employment from APA's Center for Workforce Studies (CWS)
Building Bridges Brochure: Opportunities for Learning, Networking, and Leadership (PDF, 57.8 KB) Early career psychologists need to build bridges that create opportunities to engage, learn, network, and become leaders within the discipline of psychology.
Financial Strategies and Realities for ECPs
New Mexico Board of Psychologists Examiners This is your link for questions about licensure and Board related information.
New Mexico Educational and Continuing Education Requirements
New Mexico Rules and Law related to the practice of psychology in the state