Student Affairs Group


Membership is open to PSI Student Members

Contact Committee:


Twitter: @PSI_SAG

Who we are: Aims and Objectives

The mission of the Student Affairs Group is to enhance the experience of undergraduate and postgraduate students across Ireland by fostering a sense of community through personal, professional, and social development opportunities. We aim to adapt and respond to the needs of psychology students, to help prepare them for the next steps of the working world, and to be a source of support throughout their psychology education.


  • DITL talks (A Day in the Life of a Psychologist talks) with professional & student speakers on topics such as clinical psychology, counselling psychology, educational psychology, and research in psychology 
  • Monthly workshops on topics such as statistics, psychosis detection, suicide prevention training, volunteering opportunities and psychological techniques
  • Essay competition for undergraduate and postgraduate students with a prize that includes publication in the Irish Psychologist
  • Automatic subscription to the monthly psychology e-magazine, "The Irish Psychologist" which accepts submissions from students and includes adverts on postgraduate courses, job vacancies, updates on events, meetings and current research
  • Access to "members’ only" information and documents on the PSI website
  • Gain access to events that non-members of the PSI cannot access
  • Access and links to other psychology student groups through our colleagues at EFPSA


Christina Seery


Evan Hunt

Council Liaison

Roisin Cormack


Rebecca Nolan


Talissa Walsh

Head of Events

Oisin Hedderman

Events Team

Isabelle Nic Craith

Events Team

Rahela Beghean

Events Team

Sean Og Hynes

Finance Officer

Jordan McDonnell

Office Liasion

Lyndsay Murphy

PsychSoc Liaison Officer

Neasa Boyle

Publications Officer

Lucy O'Brien


Laura Mahady

Social Media Officer

Leanne Kelly

Welfare Officer

Louise Horan

Gahan OCM

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