Membership

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The Register of Applied Psychology Practice Supervisors (RAPPS) is designed to recognise psychologists with special expertise in supervision.

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Chartered Psychologist status is the benchmark of professional recognition for psychologists and reflects the highest standards of psychological knowledge and expertise.

If a professional is chartered it is a mark of experience, competence

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The Society is able to confer these designations on behalf of the Science Council

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Tax Relief Notice

The Inland Revenue has agreed to allow tax relief on all membership subscription fees, including division, section, special group and journal payments.

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Subscription and application fees 2016

Core Subscriptions

Non Direct Debit & Quarterly DD Payers

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What is the special case criteria for graduate membership (MBPsS)?

The special case criteria for graduate membership enables individuals who do not meet the conventional criteria to join the Society at the level that allows use of the desi

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Becoming a Graduate Member of the Society is the starting point to your career as a psychologist.

Graduate Basis for Chartered Membership (GBC)is an entry requirement for many Society

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A Fellowship is recognition of significant contribution to the advancement or communication of psychological knowledge or practice either by research, teaching, publications or public service, or by organising and developing the work of others.

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The title, Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society (AFBPsS) is awarded in recognition of several years' experience and contribution to the field of psychology.

Eligibility

You may apply for this title if you have sati

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Our chartered membership reflects the highest standard of psychological knowledge and expertise.

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Eligibility 

  • Anyone with an interest in psychology can apply to become an Affiliate.
  • No formal qualifications are required.

Benefits

Access member benefits without having to demonstrat

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Belonging to the Society is an integral part of being a professional psychologist.

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The Royal Charter, Statutes and Rules are the governing documents of the Society from which its aims and objectives are derived. The Society was granted its Royal Charter in 1965.

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