Membership renewals now due

The CMHP membership year runs from 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2017. We would like to remind all renewing members to pay their membership fee of £50 before the end of April in order to continue to be a member of the College.

To renew your membership, please log into the CMHP website first. When you have logged in, please go to the following page for payment options:

Not a member? Not a problem! Now is the perfect time to join to be eligible for discounts to our highly regarded conference and education events, access to our lively Yahoo email discussion group, documents for members and our quarterly newsletter.


Please help us to make membership renewals run smoothly!

  • Paypal

If you have paid via Paypal in the past, please check that you have not already set up an automatic renewal of your membership to ensure that you don’t inadvertently pay twice. If your renewal was for the old membership rate of £30, then your automatic renewal will be cancelled and you will be contacted using either the email registered for the Paypal account, or the email address we have for you on the membership database. Please make sure that you are paying the right amount at the right time!

  • Standing orders and BACS payments

If you have a standing order set up, please ensure that the renewal date falls before the end of April, and that the amount is at the current membership rate of £50.

  • Students

Students no longer have to pay for membership, but if you joined the College more than six months ago, please could you contact us via [email protected] to inform us of the end date of your course so that we can update your record accordingly. Thank you.


As part of your membership, you should receive the CMHP electronic newsletter Psych Bites. There are four editions per year, with the next edition due out this month. If you have not received this mailing, please let us know via [email protected]. You can view previous editions in the members’ area of the website at:


Thank you for your ongoing support of the College.

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