NSC Exams 2019

PsySSA would like to wish the Gr 12s of 2019 all the best for the NSC exams that start on the 23rd of October.

The Psychological Society of South Africa (PsySSA)

The Psychological Society of South Africa (PsySSA) is the professional body representing psychology professionals in South Africa.

PsySSA was formed in January 1994, uniting the various bodies that existed until then. PsySSA was structured as a transformed entity to deal with the fast-changing dispensation and speaks authoritatively on behalf of the discipline on matters concerning the mental health and psychosocial well-being of all South Africans. PsySSA has since its inception been dedicated to making a significant contribution to solving the pressing human development problems in South Africa.

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Evaluation of the Health System Costs of Mental Health Services

The South African Medical Research Council (SAMRC) together with the Alan J Flisher Centre for Public Mental Health (CPMH) released the full technical report of the Evaluation of the Health System Costs of Mental Health Services and Programmes in South...

World Trauma Day, 17 October 2019

World Trauma Day, observed in October, emphasises the importance of saving and protecting a life during the most critical moments and preparing and applying critical measures to deal with and avoid trauma fatalities. World Trauma Day stresses that, trauma...

SAJP Issue 3 2019 is now available online!

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Evaluation of the Health System Costs of Mental Health Services

Evaluation of the Health System Costs of Mental Health Services...

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Psychotherapy Symposium Wednesday, 18 March 2020

Psychotherapy Symposium Wednesday, 18 March 2020...

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World Trauma Day, 17 October 2019

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The Possibilities (and Limits) of Liberation Psychology: Implications for Understanding Social Suffering, Resistance, and Solidarity in the Majority World by Prof Dutta and Sonn

The Possibilities (and Limits) of Liberation Psychology: Implications for Understanding Social Suffering, Resistance, and Solidarity in the ...

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SAJP Issue 3 2019 is now available online!

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Membership of the Society is an integral part of being a psychology professional. Our different grades of membership cater for those who have accredited qualifications, or are pursuing an accredited psychology-training route, as well as those who have an interest in psychology, but have no applicable qualifications.
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Society for Educational Psychology of South Africa

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Division of Neuropsychology & Forensic Psychology

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Psychology in Public Service

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South African Association of Counselling Psychology

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The South African Society for Clinical Psychology

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Trauma and Violence Division

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A benefit to PsySSA members is online access to the South African Journal of Psychology, as well as a range of other Sage psychology journals to keep up to date with research in the profession.
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Whether you are an experienced psychologist or a student you may benefit from first visiting the Careers in Psychology page. We hope that you find the information useful and informative. Links to recently advertised psychology positions are listed here for your perusal. 

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Building a Unified, Relevant & Responsive Psychology

PsySSA advances South African psychology as a science and profession of global stature and promotes psychological praxis as relevant, proactive and responsive to societal needs and well-being.

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PsySSA Western Cape Branch NHI Discussion

On Saturday, 28 September, the PsySSA Western Cape branch hosted a discussion about the proposed National Health Insurance (NHI) system at the Cornerstone Institute in Cape Town. The speaker, Professor Sharon Kleintjies (University of Cape Town and...

Update on the Review of the Regulations Relating to the Scope of the Profession of Psychology

This communication serves to update the profession on progress made by the Professional Board in finalising the review of the Regulations defining the Scope of the Profession of Psychology. Please see attached relevant documents below: [gview...

Invitation: Public Service Reform through the Lens of Life Esidimeni

Through the Lens of Life Esidimeni Transforming the ‘state’ should not be limited to a focus on the executive as a key site of decision-making power. It must also encompass the public service – the bureaucracy that interfaces with the public and gives...

Judge Moseneke donates his Esidimeni arbitration fees to law students

Retired deputy chief justice Dikgang Moseneke presided over the Esidemeni hearings and in an act that can only be described as humbling, donated his arbitrtion fees to law schools whose students fight for the poor and vulnerable. Moseneke said: "[I] will...

LIFE Esidimeni: Relief and caution after Life Esidimeni ruling

Professor Anthony Pillay, past president of the Psychological Society of South Africa, spoke on POWERfm during the POWERBreakfast show regarding the latest outcomes of the Life Esidimeni Trial Arbitration Hearings.

Moseneke gives government 3 months to pay more than R1m each to Life Esidimeni families

The Life Esidimeni Arbitration Hearings Johannesburg - Former Deputy Chief Justice Dikgang Moseneke has given the South African government three months to compensate the families of those who died in the Life Esidimeni tragedy. The compensation is in...

Building an Effective Mental Health Defence Force to Serve SA Communities

Mental health issues have been on the rise in South African communities and we have a shortage of skills in the psychology profession to meet this overwhelming need.

PsySSA Comments on the Life Esidimeni Arbitration Hearings

The Life Esidimeni Arbitration Hearings With the rest of the nation, PsySSA follows the Life Esidimeni arbitration hearings with great interest. Considering the death toll is now believed to be over 140 and some patients still unaccounted for, these are...

Undesirable, dehumanised and tortured – expert speaks of Life Esidimeni trauma

Johannesburg – A clinical psychologist has testified about the severe social stresses and trauma the Life Esidimeni patients would’ve faced after being transferred to a number of unlicensed NGOs, which resulted in the deaths of 143 people.

Congress 2020

...we are counting down the days to the launch of the theme for the 26th South African Annual Psychology Congress

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