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Network and communicate with like-minded people in scientific, professional, regional and special interest groups
Divisions help members advance professional interests. They focus on training and practice and aim to develop psychology as a profession and as a body of knowledge and skills.
Full divisional membership
For members who have completed Society accredited postgraduate professional training.
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In-training divisional membership
For those who hold, or wish to appy for, the Graduate Basis for Chartered Membership (GBC), and are enrolled on Society-accredited postgraduate professional training.
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General divisional membership
For members who are not eligible for full or in-training divisional membership.
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Other Member Networks
As well as its divisions, the British Psychological Society has other types of Member Networks such as branches, sections and special groups.
For further information on each member networks visit their webpages.
Member Networks - Professional membership Groups
To join one of these groups, download and complete an application form.
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