International Association of Counselling Psychologists

                  IACP  aims to provide representation, support, and a sense of community for Counselling Psychologists. We are an independent representative body aiming to promote the professional interests of Counselling Psychologists and develop the profession of Counselling Psychology.  We do this by building and maintaining the connections between our colleagues as well as acting on issues of concern raised by our members.  By far the most important function we aim to serve is to provide a space for reflection between Counselling Psychologists as a wider group, improve the quality of counselling services provided to our clients and to stay updated with the latest trends as professionals.

Our Vision

The goal of the International Association of Counselling Psychologists  is to expand the public recognition of Counselling Psychologists as a specialized professional group in the field of psychology. International Association of Counselling Psychologists aims to assist Counselling Psychologists to form strong networks and encourages creativity in the professional development of our members in their work.

INDIVIDUALLY WE ARE ONE DROP
BUT TOGETHER, WE ARE AN OCEAN

INDIVIDUALLY WE ARE ONE DROP BUT TOGETHER, WE ARE AN OCEAN

“THE BEST PREPERATION FOR TOMORROW IS
DOING YOUR BEST TODAY”

Our Mission

International Association of Counselling Psychologists aims to provide an independent body that represents the interests of both Counselling Psychologists and the people in our society who turn to us for guidance and therapy. IACP promotes the role of Counselling Psychologists as professional practitioners in the mental health field, in industry, and the wider community.

“THE BEST PREPERATION FOR TOMORROW IS
DOING YOUR BEST TODAY”

Psychology is one of the fastest growing university subjects around the world, and it is becoming more and more available as a service in the community. There is an increasing number of psychologists across the globe. The general public and organisations want to be more fully informed about who psychologists are and what professional skills or techniques they employ. Psychologists specialise in a number of different areas within the field and identify themselves by many different names. The information below provides an overview of the roles of the differing psychologists and allows for a clearer understanding of the distinctions across the field. We at IACP, strive to bring the eminent counselling psychologists at one platform for all the like-minded people. 

IACP Membership

Student Membership

Student Membership is available for current students perusing studies in the field of counselling psychology from any accredited body for education.

Provisional Membership

This is available for all trainees who have completed accredited Counselling Psychology diploma, graduate, post graduate or doctoral degrees or allied certifications.

Professional Membership

Professional membership is available for all fully registered Counselling Psychologists with a minimum work experience of 2 years and above.

Membership Benefits

Assistance in professional profile building

Access to our mentoring programs

Free listing in our online and offline directory

Guidance in expanding private practice both online & offline

Receipt of digital membership badge that can be added to your social media platforms

Professional networking locally and globally

Open Engagement and volunteer opportunities

Regular updates on psychological events, offline communities and topics

Discounts in fees in psychology workshops events and training programs

Contact Us

Mail us at: IACPonline@gmail.com

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