To serve as the premier organization for the
advancement of the
of military, national defense, and national security organizations
The Society for Military Psychology
Encourages Research and the Application of Psychological Research to Military Problems
Our Members are military psychologists who serve diverse functions in settings including research activities, management, providing mental health services, teaching, consulting, work with Congressional committees, and advising senior military commands.
Division 19 believes we are stronger together. This means that now, more than ever, we need to not only support and care for one another but also work together to enact positive change. We will continue to promote human welfare through advocacy, education, research, and training. Racism, discrimination and marginalization have no place in our Society. By listening, collaborating, and taking positive action, we can and will be stronger together.
We are proactive in our service to psychology and the public at large and we ensure that our services adhere to the highest ethical standards of our profession.
News & Announcements
The Society for Military Psychology recognizes outstanding contributors to and achievements in Military Psychology through a series of awards given annually. The 2021 submission deadline has been extended until 30 June 2021 at 23:59. All nominations and submissions...
Division 19 Elections are here! Voting for your Division 19 candidates begins on April 15, 2021 and closes on May 14, 2021. This year, Division 19 is electing a President-Elect, Representative to the APA Council, Member-at-Large, and for the first time, a Student...
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Membership in the division provides the opportunity to network with students and professional psychologists in the field. With our social networking groups, listserv, APA convention social events, and large international network, we hope that you will make new friends, network to find new colleagues, and connect with new mentors in a supportive community.