Non-Practising Membership is for those members of the clinical psychology profession working in the area of clinical psychology, but not actively practising as a clinical psychologist, or who are retired, or on extended leave from practice.
Requirements for Non-Practising Membership
To be eligible for Non-Practising Membership of ACPA you must:
- Be on extended (e.g. maternity/paternity/parental) leave or
- Have retired from professional practice or
- Are conducting clinical psychology work not involving clinical practice
Supporting documents required for Non-Practising Membership:
- Evidence of current engagement in work in relation to clinical psychology that does not involve practice as a clinical psychologist OR
- written communication stating you are retired or on extended leave.
Apply for Non-Practising Membership
Click here to apply for Non-Practising Membership of ACPA
. Documents can be submitted electronically during the application process, or forwarded within 4 weeks via email, or in hard copy to the ACPA Office.