Internationally, 2015 has been a year that has interrogated the role of Psychology and Psychology professionals in society. In particular, the involvement of Psychologists’ in human rights abuses provided an opportunity for many to examine Psychology’s responsibility to society. The reactions (or lack thereof) from organisations and individuals also brought the responsiveness of Psychology to the fore. In the South African context, the increase in service delivery protests, anti-corruption marches, high levels of crime, violence and trauma and the perpetuation of gross inequality also demand some responsiveness from Psychology. As a profession that focuses on individual and societal wellbeing, Psychology professionals have a responsibility read more…
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