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The Cognitive Psychology section of the British Psychological Society was formed in 1978 as a national forum for the discussion of research and issues of professional concern to cognitive psychologists.
The Community Psychology Section provides a forum to exchange ideas and promote research into community psychology.
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.
The Crisis, Disaster and Trauma Psychology Section exists to provide 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 established.
Cyberpsychology is a scientific inter-disciplinary domain that focuses on the psychological phenomena which emerge as a result of the human interaction with digital technology, particularly the Internet.
The East Midlands Branch represents the views and interests of the members in this area and includes clinical psychologists, trainee and assistant psychologists. They meet quarterly to discuss relevant issues for the Branch and its members.
The East of England Branch is active in providing relevant CPD events to its members. They are inﬂuential in workforce planning issues and plan to work closely with the service users in the area.
The CYPF is primarily made up of Clinical Psychologists who specialise in working with children, young people and their families, although other professions may join as Associate members.
The Faculty for Eating Disorders is a group for members of the Division of Clinical Psychology who either work in, or who have a specific interest or expertise in, the field of eating disorders.
The Faculty for HIV and Sexual Health provides a forum for both psychologists and other professionals working in these areas to discuss common issues.
The Faculty for Oncology and Palliative Care exists to support psychologists working in the specialist area of oncology and palliative care.
The Faculty for People With Intellectual Disabilities is part of the Division of Clinical Psychology. We currently have over 400 members throughout England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.