Providing high quality training, professional development and conference opportunities at member rates, and facilitating access to psychological literature

Quality professional development and training opportunities

APS Institute

Member rates for the APS Institute's range of high quality continuing professional development (CPD) and training opportunities, including national workshops, webinars, eLearning, Psychology Board-approved supervisor training, and Practice Certificates

APS Member Groups CPD

Member-rate CPD events provided by the 203 APS Member Groups across Australia, and in the various areas of members' expertise and interest

APS conferences

Member-rate registration for prominent, high quality conferences including the APS Annual Conference and those of the APS Colleges, presenting the latest professional practice knowledge and research in psychology, as well as CPD accrual opportunities

Peer-reviewed scientific journals and access to online psychology literature

APS journals with increasing impact factors

Australian Journal of Psychology presents the spectrum of psychological research within the broad discipline

Australian Psychologist covers applied psychological practice and psychology’s contribution to public policy

Clinical Psychologist covers assessment and treatment of psychopathology in clinical and health settings

Online psychology literature database

Access to the Psychology and Behavioural Sciences Collection, one of the largest online databases providing the latest research to inform evidence-based practice

Assistance with logging and monitoring required CPD

APS CPD logging tool

Member-only access to the easy-to-use online CPD logging system to monitor progress towards meeting the various CPD requirements, including a report feature to provide evidence for random Medicare or registration audits

Discounted psychology texts

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Wiley Books

APS members enjoy up to 35% discount on Wiley’s extensive range of textbooks, reference books and other titles. This includes textbooks, reference books and a range of other non-fiction titles including the 'For Dummies' series.