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Member Networks

The Society comprises a number of Member Networks which exist to help our members further their professional and scientific interests.

To access our BPS Member Online Resources please click here.

If you are not a BPS member, but would like to join one or more of our Member Networks, please visit bps.org.uk/join-us for information about how to join the Society and access a great range of benefits.

For more information on our Branches, Divisions, Sections, and Groups, please consult the relevant tab below.

The branches of the BPS are divided geographically and are designed to help our members to meet up and share/exchange ideas with other psychologists from the same area.

Our current branches are:

If you live in the UK becoming a part of a branch automatically comes with your membership.

Our special groups provide a forum for members working in particular specialist fields, with a particular focus on training, practice, and professional development.

Our currently active special groups are:

These exist to provide support to members of the Society at undergraduate, postgraduate, training practitioner and fellowship levels.

Our currently active support groups are:

Psychology Postgraduate Affairs Group

The Psychology Postgraduate Affairs Group (PsyPAG) is a support group for postgraduate students.

Throughout the year we hold regular events and contact members with updates and news.

Membership of PsyPAG is open to postgraduate students.

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