MEMBERS

  FELLOW MEMBERS (FELLOWS)

  • All psychiatrists in full time private practice of psychiatry with more than 3 years experience after post-graduate in psychiatry are eligible to become Fellow Members (also call Fellows) of the Society.
  • All psychiatrists in private practice of psychiatry & in private service are also eligible to become fellow member of the society.
  •   FULL MEMBERS (MEMBERS):

  • All psychiatrists in full-time private practice of psychiatry with less than 3 years experience after post-graduation in psychiatry are eligible to become Full Members (also called Members) of the Society.
  • All psychiatrists in part-time private practice of psychiatry and in Government service are also eligible to become Full Members of the Society.
  •   ASSOCIATE MEMBERS:

  • All psychiatrists in Government or private service who are not in part-time or full-time private practice of psychiatry are eligible to become Associate Members of the Society.
  • A Registered Medical Professional holding an M.B.B.S. degree and doing private practice in psychiatry is eligible to become an Associate Member of the Society.
  • A Registered Medical Professional holding an M.B.B.S. degree and having a post graduate degree or diploma in a subject other than psychiatry but interested in psychiatry and mental health, whether in private practice or in a private or Government job, is eligible to become an Associate Member of the Society.
  •   Other mental health professionals who can become Associate Members are:
    Qualified Clinical Psychologists
    Qualified Psychiatric Social Workers
    Qualified Psychiatric Occupational Therapists
    Trained Psychotherapists.
    Trained Psychiatric Nurses
    Any other Mental Health Professional with more than 5 years Clinical experience who have made significant contribution to psychiatry.
  •   HONORARY MEMBERS:

  • In recognition of significant service or contribution to psychiatry and mental health, a person who is not otherwise eligible to become a member of the Society in any of the preceding categories and whose name is proposed by a minimum of three National Advisory Board Members can be enrolled as an Honorary Member.
  •   STUDENT MEMBERS:

  • A post-graduate student of psychiatry of a recognized medical college can become a Student Member of the Society on production of Certificate of his being a bonafide post-graduate student of psychiatry from the Head of the Department of Psychiatry or the Principal of his college. He can remain a Student Member up to the period of his studentship/post-graduate residency period.
  •   CORPORATE MEMBERS:

  • All bodies incorporated or registered under the relevant Acts and Laws of the Government of India or Statutes of any other country, having objects similar to those of the Indian Association of Private Psychiatry or objects that promote and advance the working of the Society can become Corporate Members of the Society. These include national or international, private or public, government or non-government academic, research and service institutes and agencies; professional societies and organizations; no-government voluntary organizations; organizations of mental health professionals, mental health service providers, mental health service consumers and caregivers of those with mental disorders; or other corporate or business houses etc.