Membership

Belonging to the Society is an integral part of being a professional psychologist and our different grades of membership cater for those who have accredited qualifications or are pursuing an accredited psychology training route as well as those who have an interest in psychology but have no applicable qualifications.

There are many different benefits of belonging to the Society and being part of our membership.

Our membership grades include:

Chartered Member (CPsychol)

Chartered membership reflects the highest standard of psychological knowledge and expertise.

Graduate Member (MBPsS)

Graduate membership is the starting point to your career as a psychologist.

Student Member

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Student membership is open to everyone studying on a Society accredited undergraduate degree or conversion course.

Affiliate

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For anyone who is interested in psychology but has no applicable qualifications or students who are not studying a psychology course. For more information download the affiliate leaflet.

  

e-Subscriber

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For anyone who is interested in psychology but has no applicable qualifications or students who are not studying a psychology course. For more information download the e-Subscriber leaflet.

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Fellow                (FBPsS)

The title, Fellow of the Society is awarded to members who have made a significant contribution to the world of psychology.

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

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Professional and membership groups

Once you have joined the Society, you can access our professional and membership groups. These groups are a great opportunity to network and communicate with like-minded people that have similar interests.

Subscription FAQs

Ten of the most frequently asked questions about member payments and fees.

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