Exemplary Christian Associations in Europe: British Association of Christians in Psychology (7th of Twelve).

What is the British Association of Christians in Psychology?

The British Association of Christians in Psychology was founded in 1989 (as the Network of Christians in Psychology), and from the outset we have been concerned with issues of integrating Christian faith and psychology at all levels, from the personal to that of society and its institutions. We have around 250 members representing qualified and trainee clinical, occupational, educational, counselling, and academic psychologists, in addition to secondary school psychology teachers and a contingent of undergraduate and graduate students. BACIP members represent a broad spectrum of Christianity, including Catholic and Protestant, high and low.

Members of the British Association of Christians in Psychology meet annually for fellowship, prayer, silence, and worship. You can read more about the British Association of Christians in Psychology here.