Who are we?
Founded in 1968, The Association of Black Psychologists has grown from several concerned professionals to an independent, autonomous organization comprised of more than 1,400 members with chapters throughout the country. We aim to positively impact the mental health of the national black community through planning, programs, services, training, and advocacy.
Established in 1973, the New Jersey Chapter Association of Black Psychologists (NJABPsi) is a nonprofit organization of psychologists of African descent dedicated to community service, professional development, and addressing issues related to the mental well being of residents in the State of New Jersey, most specifically its Black residents. NJABPsi has hundreds of associates and members representing professionals, graduate and undergraduate students across the state of New Jersey.