National, state, regional, and local professional organizations
for psychologists, psychiatrists and students.
Last Updated April 7, 2002
There are many professional organizations for psychologists and psychology
students. Many of these sites have information that might be valuable
to you, whether you are (or become) a member or not.
National Professional Associations
Other National Organizations
The professional organization of psychoanalysts — mental health providers
(usually M.D.s) who use the theories and therapy methods originally developed
by Sigmund Freud.
The professional organization of M.D.s who specialize in the diagnosis
and treatment of mental disorders. This is the APA that publishes
the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders.
The world's largest organization of psychologists.
The professional organization of primarily academic psychologists throughout
the United States. Many teaching resources, and much more.
Association of Black Psychologists
Canadian Psychological Association
Mental Health Association
of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Association for Academic Psychiatry
European Society for Developmental
PSI BETA - The National Organization's
PsiBeta is the national honor society for psychology students at two-year
Beta - Massachusetts Bay Community College
Beta - Mineral Area College
Beta - Tulsa Community College
Psi Chi is the national honor society for psychology students at four-year
colleges and universities.
of Behavioral Medicine
for Computers in Psychology (SCiP)
Society for Consumer Psychology
Gestalt Theory and its Applications (GTA)
Web Psychological Club
A number of discussion groups, both for psychology faculty
and for students
have been established. Each is devoted to different interests, so
check the descriptions. Addresses
of Note contains information about hundreds of discussion groups that
deal with topics of interest to psychologists and psychology students.
Though out-of-date, most of the information appears to be accurate.
News and Announcements
Danilo Curci has set up Psych
News and Announcements Digest, a forum for posting news and announcements
about psych events.
Other Links to Organizations, Societies, Acadamies,
has as complete a list of professional groups as you are likely to find
|The proper APA-style reference for this page would be:
Nichols, J. W. (2002, April 7). Links to Psychological
Associations and Organizations Sites. Retrieved April 8, 2002
from the World Wide Web: http://www.tulsa.oklahoma.net/~jnichols/org.html