News and Announcements

  • As we close out Black History Month – a time that we remember and raise up the contributions and rich legacy of our collective ancestors throughout history – NYABPsi President, Mr. Marcus Daughtery, reflects on his vision for the organization during his presidency: Marcus Daugherty, LMHC Dear NYABPsi Chapter Members
  • Kwanzaa is the Black cultural holiday that you may know of, but not know very much about. Kwanzaa gives Black folx an opportunity for connection with family, community, and their culture. A connection with culture can give us a sense of pride and purpose, and promote our well-being. Kwanzaa is
  • EXTENDED DEADLINE! NYABPsi will award two students $225 each to attend the 53rd Annual ABPsi Convention for FREE! The New York Association of Black Psychologists is committed to promoting psychology as a major and as a profession. What better way to do so than by supporting students in attending the 2022
  • On Saturday, May 7, 2022, an 18-year-old White teen, Payton Gendron, drove four miles from his hometown, and entered a TOPS Friendly Market in a predominately African American neighborhood in Buffalo, New York, with the intent to kill African Americans. He shot thirteen victims, killing ten. The New York Chapter
  • The systemic racism and structural inequities we face as a community impact our mental health and wellness, and require strategic advocacy for ourselves and each other. Join NYABPsi for a panel discussion and community forum focused on the importance of advocacy in the Black community. Learn more about what advocacy looks like,
  • Honoring Pioneers of Black and African Psychology The New York Association of Black Psychologists (NYABPsi), in collaboration with the New Jersey (NJABPsi), DC (DCABPsi), and Delaware Valley (DVABPsi) chapters, is celebrating Black History Month by highlighting and honoring the pioneers of Black and African Psychology. For the next 10 days,