The purpose of ICP is to advance psychology and the application of its scientific findings throughout the world. To this end, ICP seeks to strengthen international bonds between psychologists and to widen, deepen, and clarify channels of communication between individual psychologists.
Psychologists in any country of the world can become members of ICP. Currently, individual psychologists from 6 continents and over 80 countries are members. There are several categories for membership described on the Membership Application form . The dues for membership are located on the ICP Dues Statement.
Board of Directors
The Board of Directors consists of officers and Directors-at-Large democratically elected. In each of the past five years it has included members from at least eight different countries. ICP's Presidents from 1985-1999 have been from Australia, Canada, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Japan, Mexico, The Netherlands, Norway, and the USA.
ICP Appointed Leaders serve the organization on standing committees, non-standing committees, professional concerns committees, representatives to the United Nations, and liaison correspondents to over 25 professional organizations.
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