OUR MISSION

The mission of the Society of Indian Psychologists is to provide an organization for Native American indigenous people to advocate for the mental well-being of Native peoples by increasing the knowledge and awareness of issues impacting Native mental health.

OUR GOAL

Our main goal is to come together as Native psychologists who work in support of professionals, researchers, graduate students, and undergraduate students. As a community, we share ideas, disseminate knowledge and new information relevant to Native People. United by a common core of values, we seek to be a resource for our respective communities by increasing the knowledge and awareness of issues impacting Native mental health.

ARTICLE I: Name of the Corporation 
1.01 Name of the Corporation
1.02 Mission Statement

 

ARTICLE II:  Membership
2.01 Membership
2.02 Application for Membership
2.03 Membership Rights & Responsibilities
2.04 Resignation of Membership
2.05 Removal from Membership
2.06 Membership Dues  

 

ARTICLE III:  Executive Committee and Officers
3.01 Election and term of Office
3.02 President
3.03 Past President
3.04 President Elect
3.05 Treasurer
3.06 Secretary
3.07 Student Affiliate
3.08 Newsletter Editor
3.09 Member – Officers
3.10 Office Resignation

 

ARTICLE IV: Meetings
4.01 Meetings
4.02 Notice of Meetings
4.03 Quorum
4.04 Voting

 

ARTICLE V:  Standing Committees
5.01 Standing Committees

 

ARTICLE VI: Amendments of By-Laws
6.01 Amendments of By-Laws

Society of Indian By-Laws

(Updated July 2018)

ABOUT US

The Society of Indian Psychologists is an organization for Native American Indigenous people (American Indian and Alaska Native) who advocate for the mental well-being of Native peoples by increasing the knowledge and awareness of issues impacting Native Mental Health.

Nondiscrimination Policy: The Society of Indian Psychologists recognizes the diversity and worth of all individuals and groups. It is the policy of the Society of Indian Psychologists that there will be no discrimination or harassment of individuals or groups based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, marital status, age, veterans' status, genetic information or disability in any educational programs, activities, policies, membership admission policies, scholarship programs, and other organizationally administered programs.

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