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Division of Clinical Psychology

The Division of Clinical Psychology (DCP) exists to promote the professional interests of Clinical Psychologists across the UK.

The DCP works closely with a number of organisations including the NHS, the government, and multiple professional bodies and groups in the voluntary sector, to promote and develop clinical psychology as a body of knowledge and skills.

For any queries regarding the work of the Division of Clinical Psychology please contact the Member Networks Team

Equality, Diversity, Inclusion & Anti-Racism

We know that there is a longstanding lack of diversity in clinical psychology, and that there are barriers to access for people from marginalised backgrounds.

Many people have highlighted concerns about whiteness, marginalisation and racism in clinical psychology, and we recognise that we need to address this as a systemic and structural issue.

While members from BAME backgrounds are key to this work, it will also encompass other marginalised groups such as those with disabilities, with a focus on intersectionality.

On this page we will host statements, news items and other resources that are relevant to this work, and to developing DCP into an anti-racist organisation.

It will also hold information from our Minorities in Clinical Psychology Subcommittee.

We will also use this page to advertise opportunities to get involved in this work and to help members to further their own development.

DCP Statements

EDI Task and Finish Group

EDI Resources

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