International Council of Psychologists (ICP)
Founded as (US) National Council of Women Psychologists, to make services of US women psychologists available to war effort. Name changed, 1946, to International Council of Women Psychologists, in order to include members from other countries. In 1959 membership opened to all psychologists and present name adopted. 2010 membership opened to professionals with degrees in allied disciplines. Bylaws revised, 2019.
Advance psychology and application of scientific findings worldwide; strengthen international bonds among professionals interested in psychosocial health, peace, human rights, dignity and social justice; widen, deepen and clarify channels of communication between colleagues; provide mentoring and professional development resources.
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