Membership

The Student Members Group is a support group for undergraduate students. Throughout the year the group hold regular events and contacts members with updates and news.
The Psychology Postgraduate Affairs Group (PsyPAG) is a support group for postgraduate st
The Special Group for Psychology and Social Care provides a forum for members working in social care and promotes standards.Throughout the year we hold regular events and contact members with updates and news.
The Special Group in Coaching Psychology (SGCP) provides a forum for members working in coaching and promotes standard
The Psychotherapy Section provides a forum to exchange ideas and promote research into psychotherapy. Throughout the year we hold regular events and contact members with updates and news.
The Psychobiology Section provides a forum to exchange ideas and promote research
The Mathematical, Statistical and Computing Psychology Section provides a forum to e
The History and Philosophy of Psychology Section provides a forum to exchange ideas and
The Psychology of Education Section provides a forum to exchange ideas and promote research into the psychology of education.
The Consciousness and Experiential Section provides a forum to exchange ideas and promote research into all aspects of consciousness research and experiential psychology.
The Community Psychology Section provides a forum to exchange ideas and promote research into community psychology. Throughout the year we hold regular events and contact members with updates and news.
The Cognitive Psychology Section provides a forum to exchange ideas and promote resea
Division of Occupational Psychology (DOP) promotes the professional interests of
Becoming a part of a branch automatically comes with your membership if you live in the UK. Branches exist for you to meet up and exchange ideas with others in your local geographic area. Our branches include:
The Society has support groups for members who are either at undergraduate, postgraduate, training practitioner and fellowship levels. These include:
Once you become a member of the Society, you can join a Special Group. Our Special groups provide a forum for members working in particular specialist fields, that helps promote standards.
Once you have become a member of the Society, you will be able to join a section. Our sections exist to further members' specialised scientific interests.
Once you have become a member of the Society, you can join one of our divisions.
The Society has a number of Member Networks, which include:
What are the benefits of being on the Register of Applied Psychology Practice Supervisors (RAPPS)? Being on the Register confirms that you have supervisory skills.
Looking for a supervisor? The Register of Applied Psychology Practice Supervisors (RAPPS) is designed to recognise psychologists with special expertise in supervision.
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