Divisions

When the APA reorganized in 1945, 19 divisions were established to reflect special interests of its members. By 2002, the APA had 53 divisions, ranging in size from 300 to 7,500 members, representing areas of specialization (e.g., clinical, counseling, developmental), special interest (e.g., international affairs, women's issues, psychology, law), and employment (public service, independent practice, the military). Each division has officers, bylaws, a newsletter, and an annual business meeting. Some have staff, administrative offices, and divisional journals and other publications.

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