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The Special Group for Psychology and Social Care aims to promote active debate around the evolution of social care as a professional service evolution whilst simultaneously encouraging new and worthwhile ventures in the area.
The Community Psychology Section provides a forum to exchange ideas and promote research into community psychology.
The aim of the Male Psychology Section is to take a lead in promoting awareness, research, teaching and understanding of male psychology in order to improve the well-being of men and boys alongside the women and girls who share their lives.
The Qualitative Methods in Psychology Section (QMiP) is for anyone interested in qualitative approaches to psychology and its impact on theory, research and practice.
The Consciousness and Experiential Psychology Section was formed in 1997 as the first network of a nationally representative body of professional psychologists devoted to the study of Consciousness in the modern era.
All the major spiritual and mystical traditions of the world include teachings about the nature of mind and promote practices and lifestyles intended to bring about psychological transformation. To this end the Transpersonal Psychology deals with the spiritual nature of human beings.
The North West is an exciting part of the UK, with lots going on and lots to offer psychologists living and working within the region. If you are a member of the BPS and are based within the north west region, you are automatically a member of our Branch.
The Psychology Postgraduate Affairs Group (PsyPAG) is the dedicated BPS community for psychology postgraduates based at UK institutions.
The Psychotherapy Section is the main forum for psychologists and others who share an interest in psychotherapeutic psychology.
The London & Home Counties Branch has circa 15,000 members and is the largest member network within the BPS.
The Scottish Division of Educational Psychology represents the distinct context of Scotland with its own issues and practice, shaped by separate legislation and policy setting mechanism.
The Crisis, Disaster and Trauma Psychology Section provides its members with a central hub where issues of psychological trauma can be explored, research and evidence-based treatments can be examined, and ongoing standards of best practice can be shared.