The Wisconsin Psychiatric Association (WPA) was founded in 1957 as a district branch of the American Psychiatric Association (APA). The organization is incorporated under the State of Wisconsin as a not-for-profit, professional medical specialty society. WPA represents more than 400 psychiatric physician members who are committed to continuously improving quality treatment for persons with mental illnesses.
WPA is the professional association of psychiatrists in Wisconsin advancing mental healthcare through leadership in education, service and advocacy.
Accessible, high quality mental healthcare for the people of Wisconsin.
The bylaws of the Wisconsin Psychiatric Association are available here.