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The AABP is affiliated with the American Board of Behavioral Psychology, the American Board of Professional Psychology, and the Council of Academies. The AABP embraces the scientist-practitioner model, which simply is the practice of psychology that incorporates research findings into psychotherapy. The AABP has vested interest in scientifically supported interventions.
The International Association for Cognitive Psychotherapy (IACP) is a professional, scientific, interdisciplinary organization whose mission is to facilitate the utilization and growth of cognitive psychotherapy as a professional activity and scientific discipline. In addition, the Association serves as a resource and information center for matters related to cognitive psychotherapy.
This website explains Gestalt psychology and theory has neglected the task of applying Gestalt theory in the field of Psychotherapy. It explains basic and important correspondencies of Gestalt therapy and Gestalt theory which are useful and inspiring.
The American Counseling Association is a not-for-profit, professional and educational organization that is dedicated to the growth and enhancement of the counseling profession. The ACA is the world’s largest association exclusively representing professional counselors in various practice settings.
The American Mental Health Counselors Association is the only organization working exclusively for the mental health counseling profession. The AMCA’s mission is to enhance the profession of mental health counseling through licensing, advocacy, education and professional development
The AAPDD is a national professional organization of medical psychoanalysts and dynamically oriented psychiatrists. Fellows of the Academy are graduate psychoanalysts. The AAPDD provides an open forum for psychoanalysts to discuss relevant and responsible views of human behavior and to exchange ideas with psychiatric colleagues and other social and behavioral scientists.
The British Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) is an interest group for people involved in the practice and theory cognitive and behavior therapy. The BABCP promotes the development of the theory and practice of Behavioral and Cognitive Psychotherapies in all applicable settings in accordance with the Guidelines for Good Practice of Behavioral and Cognitive Psychotherapy.
The European Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Therapy (EABCT) is organization that brings together a large number of individual associations from over 20 European countries. This website provides information on the individual member associations of EABCT and the activities that support them – our constitution, board of directors, congress and newsletter.
The Tardive Dyskinesia Center offers the most comprehensive and up-to-date information on tardive dyskinesia symptoms, a movement disorder that causes involuntary and repetitive movements which are irreversible and incurable. They also distribute free informational packets.
Licensing, Board Certification, and Internship Related Sites
APPIC facilitates the achievement and maintenance of high quality training in professional psychology. APPIC also facilitates the exchange of information among institutions and agencies offering doctoral internship and/or postdoctoral training in professional psychology.
ASPPB is the association of psychology licensing boards in the United States and Canada. ASPPB creates the Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology (EPPP), which is used by licensing boards to assess candidates for licensure and certification. ASPPB also offers mobility programs to assist in licensure of psychologists already licensed in another state, province, or territory, and also publishes materials for training programs and for students preparing to enter the profession
This list is courtesy of ASPPB’s website. The state boards should be contacted for answers regarding the state licensing examination, regulations governing the practice of psychology (e.g., definitions of scope of practice, supervision requirements, continuing education requirements), and reciprocity.
The ABPP oversees the certifying of psychologists in various specialty areas of psychology. Board certification (awarding of a Diploma in a specialty) assures the public that specialists designated by the ABPP have successfully completed the educational, training, and experience requirements of the specialty, including an examination designed to assess the competencies required to provide quality services in that specialty.
ACA has compiled a listing by state of the contact, name of the regulatory board, its address, telephone number and fax number (if available), plus a summary from the statutes of the education, experience and examination requirements for credentialed counselors.
The National Register offers the National Psychologist Trainee Register as the entry point for banking their approved credentials and charting their progress toward licensure; informs credentialing and licensure through NR publications and programs; identifies qualified doctoral programs in psychology through the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards/National Register Designation Project; and awards credentialing scholarships, in collaboration with American Psychological Association Graduate Students, for doctoral students to join the National Psychologist Trainee Register
The National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology credentials licensed psychologists, promotes credentialed psychologists to consumers, provides distinction and value to its Registrants, guides psychology students toward credentialing, and enhances psychologists’ contributions to integrated health care.
A Students Guide to Accreditation for Counselors
NIMH tips on writing grant proposals
Has large searchable database, mainly public organizations such as government agencies and professional societies (e.g. SPSSI, APA). Provides information about fellowships and grants. Service currently suspended for revision; will resume in a few weeks.
FastWeb [Searchable database consisting mainly of private organizations with a focus on scholarships and fellowships.]
Searchable database consisting mainly of private organizations.
Focus is on undergraduates, but has information for graduate students as well. Offers general information and links to other organizations with search engines.
Look under “funding opportunities”- “research training”- “extramural”- “NRSA”- “F31″ for individual training fellowships.
Books and other literature that may be of interest to student members of Division 29:
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