The Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP) aims to actively contribute to the global promotion of applied sport psychology. To reach this goal, AASP has been implementing a systematic plan of action to:
- Create and advance bilateral partnerships with other organizations worldwide
- Actively involve international, established and developing professionals
- Promote and support its members' awareness of the international sport psychology movement outside North America.
As a main actor in this internationalization effort, the International Relations Committee (IRC), in addition to other initiatives, is in charge of this webpage, aimed to be a resource for any individual or organization interested in AASP's efforts and activities.
AASP International Relations Committee
The AASP International Relations Committee is a committee under the leadership of the Public Relations and Outreach Division Head, whose main goal is to support AASP's effort to actively contribute to the global promotion of applied sport psychology.
- Considerations for Sport Psychology Training Outside the US
- Active* Canadian Sport Psychology Association-Association Canadienne De La Psychologie Du Sport (CSPA-ACPS) Mental Performance Consultant (MPC) Application to Become a Certified Mental Performance Consultant® (CMPC)
Non-U.S. Based CMPC® Mentors
As demand for sport and exercise psychology services grows, so does the number of practitioners, not all of whom are qualified. Certification by and membership in the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP) are indicators of professional legitimacy. Find a Non-US based AASP Certified Mental Performance Consultant® Mentor by utilizing the AASP CMPC Finder tool.
AASP Memberships for Developing Countries
Persons residing and working in developing countries, as defined annually by the World Bank, are eligible to receive a 50% discount on Student, Affiliate, Early Professional, and Professional membership dues. Contact AASP headquarters for more information on Developing Country Membership.