Three Easy Ways to Join ABPsi!
- Enroll/Renew Online
- Download a membership form and fax with credit card payment to 301-449-3084.
- Download a membership form and mail with check or credit card payment to:
The Association of Black Psychologists
7119 Allentown Road
Ft. Washington, MD 20744
Lifetime - Individual members who wish to make a onetime payment of $2500.00 to cover membership dues for the individual's Lifetime. Payment of the $2,500 dues may be paid in installments, and full payment must be made within 3 years.
*A member is not considered to be a Life Member until the Life Member dues payment of $2,500 is paid in full. Therefore, members must continue to pay their annual dues in addition to the installment payments, until Lifetime dues have been paid in full.
Institutional - Open to institutions/agencies committed to ABPsi's goals and objectives.
Supporting - Open to members who wish to make a financial commitment of $300.00, where $75.00 of this amount goes toward the ABPsi Annual Fund.
Professional - Individuals who hold a Masters or Doctoral degree in Psychology.
Associate - Individuals who hold a Masters or Doctoral degree in one of the other Behavioral Sciences.
Adjunct - Individuals hold a Bachelors degree in Psychology and/or one of the other Behavioral Sciences.
Affiliate - Individuals who are not eligible for other membership categories, but are committed to ABPsi's goals and objectives (no voting privileges).
Graduate Student - Individuals who are currently enrolled at the graduate level in the area of Psychology (Not eligible for Psychologist Listing Referral Program).
Undergraduate Student - Individuals who are currently enrolled at the undergraduate level in the area of Psychology (Not eligible for Psychologist Listing Referral Program).
*Students must include a copy of a CURRENT Student ID verifying enrollment.
*As a student you will be a member of the Student Circle. Be sure to visit the Student Circle section of ABPsi's website to receive current information about Student Circle activities.
- Six (6) issues of The Journal of Black Psychology
- Complimentary issues of the Psych Discourse
- Reduced Annual Convention registration fees
- Voting privileges (except for Affiliate members)
- Opportunity to participate on our public Psychologist Listing Program at no additional cost
- Mentoring opportunities
- Intellectual stimulation
- Participation in an organization committed to the physical, mental and spiritual well-being of African people.
- Hertz Car Rental discount