International Association for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Allied Professions

IACAPAP Membership

Membership Categories

Membership in the IACAPAP is comprised of three categories: full members (national organisations), affiliate members (other organisations) and individual members.

  • Full membership is open to bona fide national organizations whose members are composed of child and adolescent psychiatrists or of child and adolescent psychiatrists and members of the allied professions.

    View the list of full (national) members

  • Affiliate membership is open to all organizations or other groups, international, national, or local whose membership is composed of child psychiatrists and/or other professional workers devoted to the promotion of mental health and development and the study, treatment, care and prevention of mental and emotional disorders and disabilities  of children and adolescents.

    View the list of affiliate (other) members

  • Individual (associate) membership is open to child and adolescent psychiatrists and other professional workers who devote themselves to the promotion of mental health and development and the study, treatment, care and prevention of mental and emotional disorders and disabilities in children and adolescents and their families. Individual membership can be obtained only for individuals in countries where no national organization for child and adolescent psychiatry and allied professions exists.

As of 2013, IACAPAP has as members 57 national organisations, 6 other organisations and 7 individuals.

Benefits of Membership

IACAPAP members have full access to all the programming, resources and networking offered through the Association.

How to Become a Member

In order to become a member, contact the Secretary-General to get an application form. Your completed application is presented to the Executive Committee who then makes a decision. The General Assembly is also informed of the decision.

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