|American Orthopsychiatric Association|
A multidisciplinary membership association which focuses on clinical issues and social justice issues within the mental health care professions.
|American Psychiatric Association|
U.S. and international members with the goal of ensuring humane care and effective treatment for all persons with mental disorder, including mental retardation and substance-related disorders.
|American Psychiatric Foundation|
Provides grant support for programs in public education that increase awareness and understanding of mental disorders, advocacy initiatives that empower patients and their families to make informed healthcare choices, and research focused on the treatment and prevention of mental illness.
|American Psychological Association|
Promotes research and represents the professional interests of psychologists in the United States. Includes information on publications and conferences, and a find-a-psychologist referral feature.
|American Psychotherapy Association|
Membership information, newsletter, e-zine, and continuing education information.
|APA Division 42: Psychologists in Independent Practice|
Public and members areas including mental health related articles and official documents.
|Association for Assessment in Counseling|
Provides leadership, training, and research in measurement, assessment, and testing for counselors, educators and other professionals.
|Association for Birth Psychology|
The first organization of professionals interested in the psychological impact of pregnancy, birth, and the perinatal period on personality. Research and clinical practice of psychotherapy and empirical investigation of the fetus, pregnancy, parents, and obstetical considerations.
|Association for Family Therapy and Systemic Practice in the UK|
AFT members work to improve the standards of professional family therapy and systems practice by promoting family system ideas in practice, training, management and research.
|Association of Humanistic Psychology Practitioners|
Provides information about therapists, counsellors, and other practitioners who apply the theories of Humanistic Psychology to their work.