[SRP-SIG event] Talk on Advertisement and Termination of Psychological Services

In this talk co-organised by SRP and SIG, we will examine the ethical rules surrounding (1) advertisement and (2) termination of psychological services. Do join us in our candid conversation about current practices and deliberate on questions such as, “What do you think of a website that identifies the top 10 Psychologists in Singapore” and “Can a therapist bring […]

[Educational Psychology SIG] Understanding and Working with Gaming Disorder

Topic: Understanding and Working with Gaming Disorder Date: 9 April 2021 (Friday) Time: 5.30pm – 7pm Delivery: Live Online Session via Zoom Cost: SIG members (Free) SRP members ($3) Synopsis The talk aims to help participants understand: • How persuasive design is shaping gaming and online behaviours • How to assess for gaming disorder • […]

SPS Annual General Meeting 2021

[06 Mar] It's time for another Annual General Meeting for all SPS members! Join the SPS Council as they showcase 2020's achievements and exciting plans for 2021.

Student Research Awards 2020

[31 Oct 2020] SRA is back with a bang to acknowledge budding researchers and celebrate outstanding research done in Singapore, and of relevance to the Singapore community.

Student Research Awards 2020

[Oct/Nov 2020]: SRA is back for another year to honor our students' excellence in research and writing! Find out more on how to submit your thesis here!

[Survey] Psychosocial Effects of COVID-19 in Singapore

You are invited to take part in a research project about people’s responses to the COVID-19 outbreak in Singapore. We’re conducting an online survey amongst Singaporean residents and visitors who are/were present in Singapore at the time of the outbreak (beginning in January 2020).

SPS Annual General Meeting 2020

[21 Mar] It's time for another Annual General Meeting for all SPS members! Join the SPS Council as they showcase 2019's achievements and exciting plans for 2020.

[Ad] EMDR Singapore presents Trauma-Informed Approach to Eating Disorders

[1-4 April and 5 April 2020] EMDR Singapore presents a 4-day experiential workshop by Andrew Seubert, equipping EMDR practitioners with a Trauma-informed EMDR Approach to treat eating disorders. Andrew Seubert will also provide clinical supervision and consultation sessions on a first-come-first-serve basis.

[Ad] Elephant Therapy & Training presents Practitioner Training Workshops Spring 2020

[17-18 and 20-21 February, 18-19 and 20 March 2020] Elephant Therapy and Training presents four 1-2 day long practitioner training workshops: (1) Neurobiology of Play Therapy with Children and Teens: A Synergetic Approach, (2) Acceptance and Commitment Therapy – Level 1, (3) Dialectical Behaviour Therapy – Level 1, and (4) Dialectical Behaviour Therapy – Level 2 (Advanced).

SPS Psych Weekend 2019

[07-08 December]: Join us for the psychology weekend, and head into 2020 with a clear vision of how you can become a better you with psychology!

[Ad] CPAS presents Sensory Motor Arousal Regulation Treatment (SMART)

[4-6 March 2020] The Sensory Motor Arousal Regulation Treatment (SMART) is a 3-day workshop. It is an innovative mental health therapy for complexly traumatized, ADHD (Attention Deficiency Hyperactivity Disorder) and ASD (Autistic Spectrum Disorder) children and adolescents for whom regulation of emotional, behavioral and interpersonal life is a primary problem.

[Ad] Clinical Supervision Services presents Clinical Supervision Skills Training & Systems Perspective in Supervision (2 Workshops)

[10-11 February, 12 February 2020] The Competency-Based Clinical Supervision Skills Training is a 2-day skills-based workshop that provides participants with a thorough understanding of the principles and practice of effective clinical supervision. The Systems Perspective in Supervision is a 1-day workshop that provides a framework for clinicians, supervisors and managers to broaden their knowledge and skills in the theory and practice of systemic supervision.

Student Research Awards 2019

[19 October]: SRA is back for another year to honor our students' excellence in research and writing! Find out more on how to submit your thesis here!

SPS Kudos and Connections 2019

[19 October]: A collaborative effort by our very own SPS Events and SPS Research Committees, SPS Kudos and Connections brings together students and practitioners alike as one larger Psychology community in Singapore. This is an event not to be missed!

[Ad] Viriya Community Services presents Supervision of Supervision (SOSn) 2019 Series

Viriya Community Services will be organizing several training and conferences from September to November 2019. Alongside the 2-day ASIST workshop and diploma courses about bereavement care, trainers from Australia and USA will be invited in this year's Supervision of Supervision 2019 Conference to share their knowledge and skills about trauma-informed practices.

[Ad] Institute of Mental Health presents 9th International Conference - Together Against Stigma

[3-5 October 2019] The Together Against Stigma (TAS) conference is an international platform to discuss stigma issues that continue to plague people with mental health conditions, preventing them from seeking help, gaining acceptance in society and leading a productive life. Uniting against mental health stigma, the global community looks forward to keeping abreast of the latest developments, research outcomes and best practices in this field.

[Ad] EMDR Singapore presents The Next Generation of EMDR Workshops

[24-26 October 2019] The 3-Day Next Gen EMDR Workshop is designed to enable participants to describe evolution of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), compare and contrast standard vs. neurological protocols and practice interventions. / [28 October 2019] (1) The Creative Interventions for Processing (Children, Teens, Adults) workshop is intended to help participants understand and apply modifications to EMDR interventions for children and teenagers; (2) the Critical Incident Desensitization Protocols (CIDP) workshop demonstrates the use of CIDP treatment intervention protocols for crisis intervention and trauma treatment.

[Ad] Clinical Supervision Services presents Supervision Skills Training Workshops

[10-11 February 2020] A two-day face-to-face interactive workshop designed to provide participants with a thorough understanding of the principles and practice of effective clinical supervision. / [12 February 2020] A one-day workshop designed to facilitate experienced supervisors in the practice of systemic supervision within a competency-based clinical supervision context.

[SkillsFuture] Skills Framework For Social Service

The Skills Framework for Social Service, jointly developed by various governmental and professional organisations, is a valuable source of information about the social service sector, career pathways, job roles, skills and competencies, as well as training programmes available.

Group Supervision & Reflective Practice Masterclass

[11 Nov 2019] This workshop reviews the basic components of supervision, locates group supervision and reflective practice within a competency-based framework, introduces evidence-based and practice-informed principles of group process and group supervision, and provides participants with a framework for (peer) group supervision practice, together with opportunity for consolidation through experiential exercises. Find out more!

Competency-Based Supervision

[7-9 Nov 2019] This workshop introduces participants to the competency-based model of clinical supervision that has now been widely adopted across the globe for professional training. Key elements of clinical supervision are incorporated into the workshop, including how to build a strong supervisory relationship, and techniques for encouraging reflective practice. Find out more!

SPS Annual General Meeting 2019

[30 March] - Registration for AGM 2019 and SPS 40 Celebration Dinner is now open. Register now as seats are on a first come first serve basis for the dinner.

SPS40 MINDS Volunteer Project

As part of our SPS 40 celebrations, the society seeks to give back to the community through a volunteer project with MINDS. Find out more here.

SPS PsychWeek 2018

[18 - 22 June]: Multiple talks for SPS Psychweek 2018. Register here!

SPS Student Forum 2017

[9 December]: Interested in attending a symposium with some of our practitioners in the field? Join us for a fun filled day of learning!

Body Dysmorphic Disorder

[15 July]: Body Dysmorphic Disorder Workshop by Dr Oliver Suendermann (PhD, DClinPsy). Interested? Click here now!

7th July – Forensic Science vs Forensic Psychology

Forensic Science? Forensic Psychology? Are they not the same? SPS hears these questions and brings you a three-part seminar where you will learn the difference between Forensic Science and Forensic Psychology from two experienced practitioners from the respective fields. We have even thrown in a Q&A session with the speakers! What To Expect? 1. Seeking […]

24th June – SPS Psychology Week Family Day

Speakers 12pm: Dr Koong Hean Foo, Senior Lecturer, Psychotherapist 1pm: Ms Jane Chan, Senior Clinical Psychologist 2pm: Mr Jerry Oliveiro, Lecturer, Counselling Psychologist   Interested? Register now! Please note that seats are limited for this event.  When: 24th June 2017 Where: Lee Kong Chian School of Business, SMU 50 Stamford Road, S178899 (Seminar Room 3.1) […]

SPS Psychology Week 2017

“For Psychologists, For You” The 2017 Psychology Week is designed for professional psychologists of all disciplines. You are cordially invited to join us for the following talks and workshops across the whole week from 7 to 9 pm. 19 June – “The Importance of Inner Child Therapy” by Mahima Gupta Didwania 20 June – “50 […]

Managing chronic illness in young people: A psychosocial approach

Having a chronic illness (e.g., asthma, Type 1 Diabetes) can have a debilitating effect on a young person and their family. Quite often, but not always, it is not the physical pain but the emotional pain that has greater consequences for a young person’s health-related quality of life (HR-QoL). This talk will focus on HR-QoL […]

SPS AGM 2017

1.30 pm – 2.00 pm Welcome & Registration to Talks *(2) PD points will be awarded to attendees for attending both talks. Please indicate the need for a certificate of attendance (soft copy / hard copy) for the talks at time of registration. 2.00 pm – 2.45 pm Speaker 1: Dr Majeed Khader Dr Majeed Khader (Senior […]

#highlights: Clinical Psychology SIG Meetup

The Clinical Psychology SIG had their second meet up on 27th April 2017! Many thanks to JCU for their generous hosting at their premise, and sponsoring the venue for our SIG. We had a great time, as always, catching up and learning from fellow practitioners. Here’s a couple of ways to stay connected and updated […]

Knowing, doing, being: Hitting the sweet spot in practice as a Coaching Psychologist

Coaching Psychology Special Interest Group (SIG) is organising events with special rates for SPS and SPS Coaching Psychology SIG members! Title: Knowing, doing, being: Hitting the sweet spot in practice as a Coaching Psychologist Date: 20 – 21 April 2017 (Thursday and Friday) Time: 9am – 5pm (16 hours) Target Audience: Professionals, Managers and Executives (PMEs), practising […]

Clinical Psychology SIG Meetup

The Clinical Psychology Special Interest Group is holding an informal get together on the 23rd February 2017, Thursday at the rooftop bar at Sum Yi Tai! This is the very first event of the SPS Clinical Psychology SIG and we hope to have a good get together to kickstart the year and find out what […]