SACNA




Full member - For more details on Full Membership click here

Full members undergo a rigorous certification process to establish their competence in the practice of clinical neuropsychology. Since the HPCSA Neuropsychology registration category is yet to be populated, SACNA is still the only body that credentials neuropsychological practice in South Africa. Full membership is a sought after category of membership that confers professional advantages to the holder of the title. Subscription Fee: R680.00 per annum


Associate member - To register as an Associate member, click here

This category is open to all registered psychologists with an interest in clinical neuropsychology. Associate membership does not imply any expertise in neuropsychology. Subscription Fee: R500.00 per annum


Subscriber member - To register as a Subscriber member, click here

Open to professionals with an interest in neuropsychology. This membership category caters for non-psychologists in related fields such as neurology, neurosurgery, occupational therapy, physical medicine and rehabilitation, physiotherapy, psychiatry, and speech therapy. Subscription Fee: R220.00 per annum


Student member - To register as a Student member, click here

University students (under or postgraduate) registered in any Faculty with an interest in neuropsychology. Proof of registration at a university is required. Student membership is not offered to persons completing doctoral degrees, who are required to join as associate or subscriber members. Subscription Fee: R220.00 per annum


Life member

Life membership is conferred on members in honour of their contribution to SACNA and the field of neuropsychology in South Africa. Life membership cannot be requested and is only granted rarely to persons selected by the executive committee.



membership


  • Inclusion on the database for regular updates on events in the neuropsychology field and community of professionals
  • Invitation to regular regional meetings
  • Opportunities for gathering CPD points within the discipline of neuropsychology
  • Reduced fees for educational initiatives such as the biennial conference, workshops and courses offered by SACNA
  • Quarterly newsletter
  • Free access to online journal(s)
  • Collective bargaining power with statutary bodies such as the Professional Board of Psychology and the HPCSA
  • Access to peer credentialling system