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Use this guide for engaging in research activities in psychology and related areas.
-- non-profit organization of board certified forensic psychologists
-- contributions to the development and maintenance of forensic psychology as a specialized field of study, research and practice. -- high quality continuing education workshops, providing a forum for the exchange of scientific information among its members
-- conferrable awards to outstanding students and forensic psychology practitioners.
-- represents individuals and institutions who are dedicated to the art therapy profession and who have an interest in promoting its growth throughout the United States
-- membership is comprised of, though not limited to: professional art therapists, students, educational institutions, and related mental health professionals.
-- professional association for the field of marriage and family therapy
-- represents the professional interests of more than 50,000 marriage and family therapists throughout the United States, Canada and abroad.
-- leading national organization for licensed clinical mental health counselors
-- go-to organization for licensed clinical mental health counselors for advocacy, education, leadership, and collaboration
-- provides resources needed for clinical mental health counselors to thrive in today's world.
-- organization of psychiatrists working together to ensure humane care and effective treatment for all persons with mental illness, including substance use disorders
-- voice and conscience of modern psychiatry
-- maintains a vision that society will provide accessible quality psychiatric diagnosis and treatment.
-- founded in 1936 to promote the study of animal behavior
-- committed to promoting a diverse and inclusive community
-- aims to ensure fair and equitable representation and participation throughout all of ASAB’s activities and in the wider animal behavior research community, irrespective of characteristics including but not limited to age, disability,
-- organization of behavioral scientists and practitioners who are concerned with the delivery of high-quality mental health services to criminal offenders
-- promoting and disseminating research on the etiology, assessment and treatment of criminal behavior.
-- non-profit, professional organization founded in 1994 to encourage the creative spirit
-- inclusive, culturally diverse organization supports expressive arts therapists, artists, educators, consultants and others
-- applies integrative, multimodal arts processes for personal and community growth and transformation.
-- professional association that represents more than 25,000 school psychologists, graduate students, and related professionals throughout the United States and 25 other countries
-- world's largest organization of school psychologists
-- purports to advance effective practices to improve students' learning, behavior, and mental health
-- maintains the vision that all children and youth thrive in school, at home, and throughout life.
-- largest membership organization of professional social workers in the world, with more than 120,000 members
-- works to enhance the professional growth and development of its members, to create and maintain professional standards, and to advance sound social policies
-- founded in 1955.
The New York Association of School Psychologists works hard to represent all school psychologists in New York. Its resources have been expanded to include coverage of topics such as Autism, CBT Resources and Suicide Prevention.
-- eclectic professional organization that encourages the scientific study of police and criminal psychology and the application of scientific knowledge to problems in criminal justice
-- focuses on law enforcement, judicial, and corrections elements in criminal justice
-- studies the full range of human behaviors, motivations, and actions within the framework of the criminal justice system
-- encourages input from psychologists, social workers, psychiatrists, lawyers, police officers, corrections personnel, and other professionals concerned with the criminal justice system.
-- founded in 1946 to promote personal, educational, vocational, and group adjustment in a variety of settings
-- brings together psychologists, students, and international and professional affiliates who are dedicated to promoting education and training, scientific investigation, practice, and diversity and public interest in professional psychology.