The Association of Registered Psychologists

The Association of Registered Psychologists (ARP) is a society primarily for professional psychologists who are registered with the UK Health & Care Professions Council. However, it is an inclusive organization so essentially anyone can join.

Goals

The goals of the Association of Registered Psychologists are to:

  • Promote practicing professionals who work in the field. This means representing psychologists at a policy level, and promoting the benefits practitioners provide.
  • Promote knowledge of psychology to other psychologists, and to the public. Initially this means providing free webinars. Later we will offer a video channel, face to face workshops and conferences.

ARP Membership Categories

The Association of Registered Psychologists is primarily for professional psychologists who are registered with the UK Health & Care Professions Council. It offers three categories of membership: Registered, Associate and Affiliate.

Registered members must be registered with the UK Health & Care Professions Council as a practitioner psychologist.

Associate members must have a degree in Psychology from an approved institution.

Affiliates can be anyone else interested in Psychology.

Fees

For 2022 we want to make membership free. As we add services, we will charge for them, at cost.

About Us

The ARP is just starting. If you would like to get involved, please email info@arp.org.uk

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Why the ARP?

The ARP is intended to represent practicing psychologists, whether in clinical, counselling, educational & child, forensic, health, neuro-, occupational or sports & exercise psychology. Academic psychologists and students have the British Psychological Society (BPS). Clinical psychologists also have the Association of Clinical Psychologists (ACP). We intend to be lean (i.e. efficient and inexpensive) and actively …

Contact

If you want to get in touch, please email: info@arp.org.uk