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Divisions are seen as interest groups that have broad support from the FPA membership. The goals and objectives of the Division must operate within the Mission Statement and goals and objectives of FPA.

Divisions are seen not as groups independent of FPA, but as groups facilitated by FPA so they can provide special educational and networking opportunities for members who share their interests. Their activities are to be in no way competitive with FPA (as determined by the Board of Directors of FPA) but always cooperative and in furtherance of FPA’s goals and objectives.



The following Divisions are currently created within FPA:

Child, Adolescent and Family

Forensic Psychology

Medical Psychology


Women’s Issues