Guidelines, Policies & Papers

Information on Guidelines, Policies and Papers issued by the Psychological Society of Ireland

Over the past number of years, the Psychological Society of Ireland (PSI) has released various guidelines, policies and papers on a variety of important topics and areas. Such documents can be seen below, broken down by the year they were produced/updated.

 

2024

  • Framework - PSI Division of Neuropsychology's Adult Clinical Neuropsychology Specialist Competencies Framework (Version B5 2024). Click here
  • Position Paper - The Revised Model of Care for Neonatal Services in Ireland: Psychology and Infant Mental Health (April 2024). Click here
    Please note, a summary of the position paper can be accessed here.
  • Position Paper - Referendums: On the Relevance of Psychology - Family and Care Referendums (March 2024). Click here

2023

  • Briefing Paper - Psychology's Role in Dealing with the Climate EmergencyClick here

2022

  • Guidelines - Professional Practice Guidelines for the Assessment, Formulation, and Diagnosis of Autism in Children and Adolescents (Updated April 2022). Please note these guidelines are an update on the 2010 version (SIG in Autism Working Group, April 2022). Click here 
  • Guidelines - Guidelines for Confidentiality and Record Keeping in Practice (Updated July 2022)/ Please note these guidelines are updated on the 2011 version. Click here

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Such documents can be directly downloaded below.

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