Welcome to the Society of Pediatric Psychology!

We actively promote the health and psychological well-being of all children, youth and families.

Member Portal

Log in to the member portal to update your account settings, renew your membership, view the membership directory, and sign up for SIGs and affinity groups.


Student Spotlight

Introduction: Annisa Ahmed

Annisa acts as a clinical research coordinator in the Section of Behavioral Oncology at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) under the direct supervisor of Dr. Alexandra Psihogios. Upon graduating from Temple University with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Annisa worked in CHOP’s Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences across various research specialties before discovering the world of pediatric psychology. Presently, her areas of interest involve the function of mobile health technologies and implementation science within pediatric psych populations. She is also interested in working with historically underrepresented samples of patients to promote inclusivity through her work. She intends to apply for doctoral programs that specialize in pediatric psychology come this fall.

Annisa is recognized as an outstanding student who has made contributions to the field of pediatric psychology through research.

Society of Pediatric Psychology Highlights

Registration is Open 

Visit the conference website to learn more about the three confirmed Plenary Speakers, read the Schedule-at-a-Glance, and more. 

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2022 SPP Awards of Distinction

SPP invites applications for six faculty and staff awards. These awards recognize outstanding achievement across a range of professional activities. 

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SPP Board Election Results

The July issue of Progress Notes includes SPP board election results, Diabetes SIG update, Student Spotlight, and more.

View the current issue of Progress Notes.


The Society of Pediatric Psychology publishes two journals. The Journal of Pediatric Psychology is the scientific publication and publishes articles related to theory, research, and professional practice in pediatric psychology. The Clinical Practice in Pediatric Psychology® is the scholarly journal and publishes peer-reviewed papers representing the professional and applied activities of pediatric psychology.


News and Statements


View resources collated by SPP leadership for coping with pandemic related changes. 

Statement on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

The SPP Board of Directors as well as the APA President have issued statements on racism. Please read and consider joining our Diversity Committee in efforts focused on the impact of these events on SPP, its members, the work we do, the families we serve, and the communities to which we belong.