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Monitor on Psychology
APA’s exclusive membership magazine featuring news and trends in psychology. A must-read for psychology educators, scientists and practitioners.
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Taking Psychology to the People
APA member Guy Winch, PhD, wants to share effective strategies for managing common, painful conditions like loneliness, rejection, failure and heartbreak with as many people he can reach.
A New York City-based clinical psychologist, author, Psychology Today blogger and popular keynote speaker with two main-stage TED talks under his belt, Winch thinks every psychologist should be an evangelist for the "necessary science" they practice.
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Psychologist Locator connects potential clients to your professional profile, where they can learn about your areas of expertise, background, treatment options, office hours and more. Create or update your profile today!
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Visit the APA Membership Directory
Link to your peers and expand your network on the newly-enhanced APA Membership Directory.
In the News
APA members are routinely quoted, cited and featured in the news
- APA fellow Susan Heitler — Chicago Tribune | What Kanye West Can Teach Us About Apologizing
- APA fellow Len Milling — TIME | Is Hypnosis Real? Here's What Science Says
- APA fellow Stanley Coren — Yahoo News | Therapy Dogs Have an Important Role on College Campuses, Says Expert
- APA member Kristina Hallett — U.S. News & World Report | Yes, You Can Do Self-Care 'Wrong'
Why I'm an APA Member
Membership in APA is important to me as a clinician. Access to the latest research is essential for clinical practice. Not only does APA offer resources to enhance clinical care, they also serve to advocate for the profession and those who struggle with mental health concerns.
Since joining APA, I have been given opportunities to be a part of division leadership, advocacy events, professional presentations and mentoring. APA membership has assisted in the development of my professional identity and conceptualization of the discipline of psychology.
Plug into topic- and interest-based groups in one of APA's 54 divisions.
APA’s 54 divisions are interest groups organized by members. Some represent subdisciplines of psychology (e.g., experimental, social or clinical) while others focus on topical areas such as aging, ethnic minorities or trauma.
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