What is The Psychological Society of Ireland?
PSI is the professional body for psychology in Ireland, with the primary object of advancing psychology as a pure and applied science in Ireland and elsewhere. The Society has grown significantly since its inception and now has over 2500 members.
PSI is a hub for members who work in a diverse range of employment settings and specialisations. As well as receiving regular updates of PSI developments, publications, seminars, workshops etc., members can join any of PSI numerous divisions and special interest groups (membership based on qualification) to foster further interest in different areas of psychology.
What do we do?
PSI strives to promote quality psychological practice and foster learning and growth, by setting high standards of professional education and conduct. Psychology is not regulated by statute in Ireland, and in 1988 the Society initiated its own non-statutory Register to promote high standards of behaviour, competence and practice within the profession.
Psychological Society of Ireland,
Floor 2, Grantham House,
Dublin 8 D08 W8HD
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This Online Register is voluntary and therefore not all psychologists who are registered members of the PSI will appear on this ‘find a psychologist’. There are Registered Psychologists who do not wish their details to be disclosed publicly. If you would like to confirm the registration status of a member, please send your query to firstname.lastname@example.org.