Benefits

The Society for Health Psychology (SfHP) welcomes new members to our organization, trusting our mutual relationships will benefit our discipline and those we serve.

Join us today and quickly connect with the rewards of membership! You will be transferred to the APA payment site where you will be given several payment options.If you have any questions please contact APA Division Services at 202-336-6013.

The Society for Health Psychology (SfHP) welcomes new members to our organization, trusting our mutual relationships will benefit our discipline and those we serve. As we work to improve our patients’ lives and to further our professional development, we need access to the latest research, forward-looking ideas, and an array of resources. SfHP membership brings a collection of benefits, ranging from publications to specialized programs.

Affiliated with the American Psychological Association, SfHP is a community primarily comprised of Health Psychologists. Our members develop vital professional contacts within this community, advancing their networks and resources. Additionally, members are encouraged to become active participants of our Division’s interest groups.

As a member, you also receive:

 

 

Why become a member of SfHP?

“I joined SfHP to affirm my identity as a health psychologist and to be part of the community of health psychologists and so that, through my efforts as a member, I can help ensure that this community is there to support future generations of health psychologists.”

-Alex Rothman, Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Programs, College of Liberal Arts; Professor of Psychology, University of Minnesota

“I joined the Society for Health Psychology to widen my network of professionals and other students in health psychology, particularly by attending events hosted by Division 38, and to stay up to date on news, trends, and events in the world of health psychology.”

-Hannah Holmes, Graduate Student, Wayne State University

“I have been a Clinical Psychologist for 35 years and after 30 years of practice I came to the realization that Health Psychology was the future of Psychology. I joined the Society of Health Psychology to give support to the APA Division (38) that has made such a positive change in my professional and personal life.”

-Linda P. Erlich, Ph.D., Private Practice

“As the lone psychologist in my department in an academic medical center, I needed to find a professional home that recognized my unique role while connecting me with other professionals in my discipline.”

-Andrea Bradford, Assistant Professor, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

“Membership is consistent with my professional identity.”

-Bob Kerns, Professor, Yale University and VA Connecticut

“SfHP has helped me meet people within my areas of interest, the listserv has been helpful for my research, and the webinars have been on cutting-edge topics.

-Belinda Borrelli, Professor, Boston University

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