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 Professional Liability Insurance for AASP member Certified Mental Performance Consultants (CMPC) 

Members of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology have unique insurance needs.  The AASP Insurance Program understands these needs and can provide members with access to innovative, industry specific insurance products and coverage at an affordable cost.

AASP Professional Liability Insurance 

Coverage Limits:  $1,000,000 / $6,000,000

Annual Rates (may vary by state; policies are only available to those residing in the US or US territories)

1099 (self employed):

  • Full time: $950 
  • Part Time: $475

W-2 (employed):

  • Full time: $432 
  • Part Time:  $216
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Important:  When selecting a profession at the start of this online form, CMPCs should select the "Qualified Mental Health Professional" category, as this is the classification that the insurance company is using for our professionals.

Click Here for hardcopy application. In Section III Professional Practice, please list your class and specialty as "Qualified Mental Health Professional/CMPC”.

FAQ link that helps with understanding the coverage:

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  • Workers Compensation
  • Alarm / Security Liability Program
  • Tools, Equipment, Product Inventory & Supplies
  • Data Breach / Identity Theft Liability Coverage

  • Medical
  • Life
  • Disability
  • Dental
  • Vision

AASP Disclaimer of Endorsement

From time-to-time, companies approach your association with proposals to offer purchase programs for products or services that may be beneficial to members. These companies are not affiliated with the association, but are independent providers of products and services. While the association has attempted to verify the fundamental claims of the providers, the association has not independently investigated the providers of their products and services, and does not endorse or administer any product of service offered by any such provider. Your decision whether or not to purchase such products or services should be based on your own determination of the value of the products of services.