For the advancement of psychology as a science and as a profession in Singapore
The Singapore Psychological Society was founded in 1979 and has as its aims the advancement of psychology as a science and as a profession in Singapore.
Wondering who your SPS Council members are? Find out more here.
The official SPS Constitution
Looking to join SPS or become a registered psychologist in Singapore? Or looking for new career prospects?
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Not registered with the Singapore Register of Psychologist yet? Click here!
Want to kickstart your career as a Psychologist? Find out about Psychology as a field and as a career option here.
The latest training and development opportunities for Psychologist in Singapore
Professor Michael Kyrios is in town to give a talk on careers and future in studying psychology. Interested? Register now!
UQ Psychology Seminar. Find out more here.
Level 2 Schema Therapy Practitioner Training: “Beyond the Basics”. Interested? Find out more here.
When CBT Fails: Schema Therapy for Chronic Axis 1 Disorders. Interested? Find out more here.
This SPS initiative aims to increase awareness of psychology related issues and promises to touch on a range of topics ranging from Clinical Psychology to Sports Psychology and even Group Therapy work. This year, SPS has invited esteemed speakers to
Looking for a change of work environment? Keep abreast of the latest job opportunities on offer.
Yale-NUS College seeking Head of Wellness Centre. Interested? Click Here!
Always been interested in a particular domain of psychology? Keen on meeting and networking with likeminded individuals? Click here to find out more about our SIGs!
SIGs About Us
Listing of all affiliated SIGs
#highlights Nancy Pachana Clinical Talk
On the 1st of October, Singapore Psychological Society organised the Student Research Awards 2016. Check out what happened!
SPS was represented at the State Funeral by our President, Clare Yeo.