Occasionally people make false claims about their credentials. Sometimes they falsely claim to be affiliated with IPSA, IPSA-Trained, IPSA-Certified, or an IPSA member. To help consumers make the best decision for themselves, IPSA periodically publishes the names of individuals who are known to be making false claims about their training, certification, ethics or membership in IPSA. This is not an exhaustive list. You may get confirmation of the training, membership, and ethical standing of an individual by writing to IPSA Training Committee or Membership Committee or IPSA Referrals. We nonetheless hope this list provides useful information for clients, therapists, and the media.