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 promote the interests of practicing psychologists.

Over time we would like to see the scope of registered psychologists extend into relevant fields such as usability, marketing, cyber and psychotherapy.

If you would like to get involved with the ARP, please email info@arp.org.uk.

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