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Links to Other Professional Bodies

Statutory Psychological Boards

Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards (ASPPB)

Health and Care Profession Council, UK

New Zealand Psychologists Board

Psychology Board of Australia

The American Board of Clinical Neuropsychology

Psychological Organizations

Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies

Association of Behavior Analysis, Inc

American Psychological Association

American Psychological Society

Australian Clinical Psychology Association (ACPA)

Australian Psychological Society

British Psychological Society

Canadian Psychological Association

Chinese Psychological Society

Comparative Cognition Society (CCS)

European Health Psychology Society

International Association of Analytical Psychology

International Association of Applied Psychology

International Council of Psychologists

International Neuropsychological Society

International Psychogeriatric Association

International Psycho-Oncology Society

International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation

International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies

International Union of Psychological Science

National Institute of Mental Health

New Zealand College of Clinical Psychologists (NZCCP)

New Zealand Psychological Society

Psi Chi (National Honor Society in Psychology)

Psychological Society of South Africa

Society for Personality and Social Psychology

Sigma Xi – The Scientific Research Society

Singapore Psychological Society

Stress and Anxiety Research Society

Taiwanese Psychological Association

World Council for Psychotherapy

World Federation for Mental Health

Useful Resources

Beck Institute for Cognitive Behavior Therapy

Early Assessment Service for Young People with Psychosis (EASY) Hospital Authority

Institute of Mental Health Castle Peak Hospital

Mental Health Net


Online library

Pearson, Inc

The United Centre for Emotional Health and Positive Living

Does The Hong Kong Association of Doctors in Clinical Psychology (HKADCP) prefer self advocacy?

No. To honor the well-accepted tradition in all professions and avoid the fallacy of misrepresenting propaganda, HKADCP refrains itself from the acts of self advocacy.


Adhered to the ethical principle of esteeming all individuals in the profession, HKADCP rebukes any discrimination of employment.


On the contrary, potential employers are encouraged to maintain a prudent discretion and independent assessment in selecting their clinical psychologist candidates.


HKADCP trusts that potential employers will be able to make up fair evaluation and find HKADCP's registered clinical psychologists as eligible and competent based onto one's qualification, expertise and performance rather than relied merely on self-promotion.

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