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E-Mail Address Search Methods
for psychologists and mental health practitioners

Need a colleague's e-mail address and don't know where to find it?
 Here are several ways:

  • 1. This question comes up often on professional discussion lists. If the colleague is a member of the list you belong to, performing a REVIEW command will return a list of the user names and e-mail addresses of all current list members. To do this on APA lists, send a message to the list server (not the list itself), which for APA lists is <> with ONLY the words REVIEW and the name of the list. For example, for the DIV42 Independent Practice list, the command would be REVIEW DIV42, placed in the subject and message fields. For other APA lists, the procedure is similar.
  • 2. Search the APA membership directory. In addition to the directory, there is also a voluntary opt-in directory of members' e-mail addresses, which may or may not be more current than the membership directory. APA's membership directory and optional e-mail directory are available at
  • 3. Search the colleague's state online license verification database if one is available. All states that have license verification links are listed at
  • 4. Search the colleague's APA state association website for those associations that have websites (some don't). See
  • 5. For colleagues who are affiliated with a university, search the university's e-mail directory. A list of all U.S. and Canadian universities and community colleges is available at
  • 6. Search the various practitioner directories on the web. This could include the National Register and/or various free practitioner directories. One of the more comprehensive is the  National Directory of Psychologists at
  • 7. A final method is to do a Google Web search and/or e-mail address Web search. One of the better e-mail search engines is the metasearch engine at

For future reference and convenience, all of these methods are available at


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