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Membership Information

The members of the Society of Consulting Psychology share a commitment to apply psychological insights for the success and fulfillment of individuals, groups and organizations. The society strives to be a strong intellectual and collegial community that is a source of valuable insights and useful resources, as we continuously expand the knowledge base of our profession.

Division 13 Membership Renewal: Please note, if you have an APA and Division 13 membership and want to renew the division and not APA, you will need to contact the APA service center to resign from APA and continue with the division alone in the correct membership category. Please contact the service center at 1-800-374-2721 or 202-336-5500 to take care of this.

Membership Types


The following member types are members of the division and APA. As a member of both organizations you are able to vote in elections and run for division and APA positions.

  • Member
  • Fellow
  • Life-Status Member
  • Associate

The following types are members of the division only. As a division member you are not able to vote in elections or run in elections.

  • Affiliate
  • International Affiliate
  • Student Affiliate
Membership Type Membership Cost 
Member $100.00 
Associate $100.00 
Fellow $100.00 
Affiliate $100.00 
International Affiliate $100.00 
Student $50.00
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  • Access to three division email lists (including a student-only email list)
  • Copies of the Consulting Psychology Journal (published quarterly)
  • Copies of The Consulting Psychology newsletter
  • Eligibility to apply for research grants
  • Access to distance learning seminars
  • Continuing education opportunities
  • Opportunities to join SCP or APA governance
  • Access to several regional or shared interest groups
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SCP activities continually change and are adapted based on members needs. If there is an activity that you think should be come a priority, any member of the Leadership Council can help you move that forward.

  • Some of the regular activities of the division that members participate in include:
  • Annual Conference
  • Division publications (journal and newsletter)
  • Distance learning programs
  • Mentoring projects for students and early-career psychologists
  • Advocacy for consulting psychology
  • Guidelines creation and revision
  • APA task forces, boards and committees