The Families in Psychology Project (FIPP) is a collaborative research and advocacy effort originally initiated by a small group of graduate student and early career parents. We are interested in increasing the visibility of and advocacy for parents and other caregivers pursuing careers in psychology. Through various projects and publications we hope to raise awareness about specific issues at the intersection of work and family in the field of psychology.



Learn about ways to advocate for yourself and your family throughout training and early career experiences.  Also explore our work in lobbying for policy change for families in psychology.



View our ongoing and published research about families engaged in psychology training.

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Join a discussion board with other psychologists and trainees. Visit our social media channels to learn more about research and advocacy, and to connect with other families in psychology.



Read personal stories from psychologists and their families about their training and career experiences. 

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