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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 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.

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Society of Indian Psychologists By-Laws
(Updated June 2022)

Article I: Name and Mission

1.1 Name of the Society

1.2 Mission Statement

1.3 Purpose of the Society


Article II: Membership

2.1 Membership Criteria

2.2 Application for Membership

2.3 Membership Dues

2.4 Membership Rights & Responsibilities

2.5 Removal from Membership


Article III: Executive Committee and Officers

3.1 Composition of Executive Committee

3.2 Election and Term of Office

3.3 Removal and Resignation of Officers

3.4 President

3.5 Past President

3.6 President Elect

3.7 Treasurer

3.8 Secretary

3.9 Student Representatives

3.10 APA Council Representative

3.11 Council of Elders

Article IV: Meetings

4.1 General Membership Meetings

4.2 Executive Committee Meetings


Article V: Committees

5.1 Standing Committees

5.2 Special Committees and Task Forces

5.3 Committee Reports

Article VI: Non-Discrimination

6.1 Society Policy


Article VII: Bylaw Amendments

7.1 Proposing Bylaw Amendments

7.2 Review of Proposed Bylaw Amendments

7.3 Voting on Bylaw Amendments


Article VIII: Affiliated Membership Chapters

8.1 Eligibility

8.2 Applications

8.3 Dues

8.4 Liaison to the Executive Committee

8.5 Removal

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