Join UKAbpsi

The Home of Black Psychology in the UK

Pricing & Registration

There are eight membership types. Membership needs to take place here at UK Abpsi as well as Abpsi (host organisation) in the USA. Membership Fees quoted are annual and the USA Abpsi term runs from
1st January – 31st December each year just like UKAbpsi.

Choose Your UK Abpsi Membership Package

Abpsi International
General Non Professional

Open to members who are interested
in the mission but do not hold relevant professional qualifications
. No voting right.


 £25 UK Abpsi Chapter Fee

International Abpsi Undergraduate Student

Individuals who are currently enrolled  at
undergraduate level (eg Bsc (Hons) or
BA (Hons) in the area of Psychology.

£15 UK Abpsi Chapter Fee

International Abpsi
Graduate Student

Individuals who are currently enrolled
at the graduate level (Master’s or Doctorate) in the area of Psychology.

 £25 UK Abpsi Chapter Fee

International Early
Career Professional

Available for 1st and 2nd year of
professional membership for those who recently obtained a doctorate or master’s
degree (within 2 years of join date).

 £25 UK Abpsi Chapter Fee

Professional Membership

For Individuals who hold a
Masters or Doctoral degree
in Psychology. 

 £25 UK Abpsi Chapter Fee

Professional Associate

Individuals who hold a Masters or
Doctoral degree in one of the other
Behavioral Sciences.

 £25 UK Abpsi Chapter Fee

Professinal Adjunct

Individuals hold a Bachelors degree in one
of the other Behavioral Sciences such as nursing, psychotherapy, counselling, social
work, occupational therapy etc.

 £25 UK Abpsi Chapter Fee

Professional Affiliate

Individuals who are not eligible for other membership categories, but are
committed to ABPsi’s goals and
objectives (no voting privileges).

 £25 UK Abpsi Chapter Fee


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Choose the ‘Professional International Membership Option’.

‘Any data collected (e.g. names and addresses) on the UKAbpsi website will be stored consistent with General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR). Such information will only be kept as long as necessary for use intended, will not be passed on to any third parties unless absolutely necessary for audit purposes and will NOT be passed on for marketing purposes. If you require any further information please contact Dr Erica McInnis, Secretary Ukabpsi’. 

Dr Nai’m Akbar

“A generation was cultivated with an alien set of priorities [to] only want membership in the predominantly white professional organisations. They no longer understand that there are unique needs that the oppressed communities of previous generations still have, the kind of relevance that led to the formation of these ethnically-orientated professional organisations.

They believe that these black professional organisations were simply formed because they were not permitted in white professional organisations. They don’t realise that there was recognition of some special issues that needed special attention from professionals who were committed to being effective leaders for their communities [and the issues those communities predominantly face]”.

Na’im Akbar (2016) in New Visions For Black Men

Your UKAbpsi membership gives you access to some of the greatest Afrikan minds in the world. Abpsi scholars share their groundbreaking material in a clear and logical sequence, making the material accessible, intelligible and meaningful whilst covering all aspects of Afrikan psychology adequately.

The benefits to you are that you get to grow as a person, develop your knowledge base and improve yourself for the better. Develop the skills and tools you need to succeed in your professional career by joining UKAbpsi today.

Get Access
To The Greatest
Afrikan Minds

Honouring Our

‘we stand on the shoulders of our ancestors. Those who walk before us. If it wasn’t for their journeys
and resilience we would not be here to offer our gifts and be in the position to play it forward.

That is why in UK Abpsi we celebrate and remember our ancestors in both our rituals and practices’. 

Expert Lectures

‘Dr Edwin J. Nichols contributed ground-breaking work in African Psychology from his development of his theory of the philosophical aspects of cultural difference.  In particular how environmental conditions shaped the values, behaviours and characteristics of those raised in certain historical settings.  
Dr Nichols was passionate about developing Abpsi in the UK since a professional friendship formed with our UK Abpsi President Rameri Moukam.  This led him to advise and later ship at his expense books to found a resource on African psychology in the UK. We are eternally grateful for his input which led us to approach him to be our UK Abpsi Jegna. The word “Jegna” is more suitable as it stems from the  ancient African kingdom of Abyssinia (Ethiopia) rather than the word Mentor which is of Greek origin.  

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Our Mission is to aid the psychological liberation of people of African ancestry throughout the world.

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