Psychology

  • Academy of Medical Psychology (AMP) AMP is a membership organization for those who are interested or trained in medical psychology. AMP was founded in 1998 to provide a number of membership services, including continuing education, mentoring, recruitment of those wanting to become involved in medical psychology, and to promote research on the practice of medical psychology. The members of AMP are dedicated to advocating for and spreading the practice of Medical Psychology.
  • American Board of Sport Psychology (ABSP) ABSP's mission includes providing doctoral level psychologists with a credential recognizing advanced training, education, experience and competence in Sport Psychology.
  • American Music Therapy Association (AMTA) AMTA's purpose is the progressive development of the therapeutic use of music in rehabilitation, special education, and community settings. AMTA is committed to the advancement of education, training, professional standards, credentials, and research in support of the music therapy profession.
  • American Psychiatric Association (APA) American Psychiatric Association is a medical specialty society recognized world-wide. Its over 38,000 U.S. and international member physicians work together to ensure humane care and effective treatment for all persons with mental disorders, including mental retardation and substance-related disorders.
  • American Psychological Association (APA) American Psychological Association (APA) is a scientific and professional organization that represents psychology in the United States. With 150,000 members, APA is the largest association of psychologists worldwide. The mission of the APA is to advance the creation, communication and application of psychological knowledge to benefit society and improve people’s lives.
  • Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT) The Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies is an interdisciplinary organization committed to the advancement of a scientific approach to the understanding and amelioration of problems of the human condition. These aims are achieved through the investigation and application of behavioral, cognitive, and other evidence-based principles to assessment, prevention, and treatment.
  • Association for Psychological Science (APS) The Association for Psychological Science (previously the American Psychological Society) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the advancement of scientific psychology and its representation at the national and international level. Its mission is to promote, protect, and advance the interests of scientifically oriented psychology in research, application, teaching, and the improvement of human welfare.
  • Australian Psychological Society (APS) The Australian Psychological Society is the largest professional association for psychologists in Australia, representing more than 17,500 members. The APS is committed to advancing psychology as a discipline and profession. It spreads the message that psychologists make a difference to peoples’ lives, through improving scientific knowledge and community wellbeing.
  • British Columbia Association of School Psychologists (BCASP) The purposes of BCASP are to represent the interests of school psychologists and to further the standards of school psychology practice in order to promote effective service to all students and their families.
  • British Psychological Society (BPS) The British Psychological Society is the representative body for psychology in the United Kingdom, and the only body in the UK which covers all areas of psychology. The Society aims to raise standards of training and practice in psychology, raise public awareness of psychology, and increase the influence of psychology practice in society.
  • Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) The Canadian Psychological Association was organized in 1939 and incorporated under the Canada Corporations Act, Part II, in May 1950. Its objectives are: to improve the health and welfare of all Canadians; to promote excellence and innovation in psychological research, education, and practice; to promote the advancement, development, dissemination, and application of psychological knowledge; and to provide high-quality services to members.
  • Council of Applied Master’s Programs in Psychology (CAMPP) CAMPP is the only national organization primarily devoted to the appropriate recognition of Master’s-level applied psychology training programs and to the representation of these programs before other organizations whose policies and practices affect Master’s-level psychology. It is also the mission of CAMPP to provide, through its website, a point of communication and resources for CAMPP members, prospective members, and Master’s-level psychology students.
  • Faculty for Undergraduate Neuroscience (FUN) FUN is an international organization that is focused on neuroscience education and research at the undergraduate level. FUN’s members and supporters include businesses and organizations; private liberal arts colleges, state and research university departments and programs; and individual faculty and students, all sharing a common interest in undergraduate neuroscience.
  • International Association of Applied Psychology (IAAP) The International Association of Applied Psychology is the oldest international association of psychologists. Founded in 1920, it now has more than 1,500 members from more than 80 countries. Its mission is to promote the science and practice of applied psychology and to facilitate interaction and communication about applied psychology around the world.
  • International School Psychology Association (ISPA) ISPA is strongly committed to improving healthy development and quality of life for children everywhere. ISPA’s mission includes: promote the use of sound psychological principles in education, encourage communication between professionals committed to improving children’s mental health and well-being, and further recourse to resources of school psychology initiate and promote cooperation with organizations committed to similar purposes.
  • National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) NASP represents school psychology and supports school psychologists to enhance the learning and mental health of all children and youth.
  • Society for the Teaching of Psychology (STP) The Society for the Teaching of Psychology advances understanding of the discipline by promoting excellence in the teaching and learning of psychology. STP provides resources and services, access to a collaborative community, and opportunities for professional development. STP also strives to advance the scholarship of teaching and learning, advocate for the needs of teachers of psychology, foster partnerships across academic settings, and increase recognition of the value of the teaching profession.
  • Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM) The Society of Behavioral Medicine is a multidisciplinary organization of clinicians, educators, and scientists dedicated to promoting the study of the interactions of behavior with biology and the environment, and the application of that knowledge to improve the health and well being of individuals, families, communities and populations.
  • The Federation Of Behavioral, Psychological, and Cognitive Sciences (FBPCS) FBPCS is a dues-supported coalition of Member Organizations, Academic Affiliates (including university departments and regional psychological associations), and Corporate Affiliates. It represents the interests of scientists who conduct research in mind, brain, and behavior sciences, focusing our efforts on advocacy, education, and the communication of information to scientists.

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