What is APICSA?

The Ibero-American Psychological Association for Clinical and Health issues (APICSA) is an association whose main goal is to bring closer the Ibero-American psychologists and other professionals who study or work in the areas of clinical and health psychology from a scientific perspective, mainly behavioral or cognitive- behavioral.

The exchange of information, experiences, research, publications, etc. among all the interested people is one of the basic goals of APICSA. In these days when information and the exchange of ideas is so important, it is necessary an association that can serve the interests of Ibero-American psychologists.

The Association is compromised to the promotion of Clinical and Health Psychology from a scientific perspective. Internet is an important communication way for APICSA, and the new technologies can achieve an exchange of information between all members in a much faster and safer way.

The Association has national representatives in many of the Ibero-American countries and holds its congress every two years in one of these countries. APICSA members enjoy special registration fees. Likewise, they receive for free the journal Behavioral Psychology / Psicologia Conductual (International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology).