It is with great pleasure that we announce that our membership applications for 2022 have opened!
 
Since PsySSA’s inception 28 years ago, the Society has undergone exponential growth. Most recently, over the last two years, it has adapted to the extraordinary times that the Society has found itself in. Ensuring that as an organisation we are able to provide for our members, professionally and socially whilst advocating for psychology as a science and profession of global stature and promote psychological praxis as relevant, proactive and responsive to societal needs and well-being. 
 
The Society is delighted to declare that, in lieu of on the current economic climate and as a token of appreciation to our members for their continued support, PsySSA members will receive the 2022 PsySSA Membership Package at 2019’s rates! This means that there has not been an increase in our membership fees for over three years! 
 
Over and above PsySSA’s comprehensive list of membership benefits, in 2022, PsySSA members will receive free access to PsySSA’s online MyCPD platform where members have the opportunity to earn 20 General & 2 Ethics CEU points. Moreover, professionals in private practice can enjoy free listing and regular referrals through the recently renovated PsySSA Directory of Psychology Professionals
 
If that’s not enough, the package also boasts exceptionally low-cost professional indemnity insurance that covers tele-therapy! 

As a gesture from PsySSA, members will receive a discounted rates for all PsySSA CPD Accredited Workshop and Webinar Series that will be held in 2022. Furthermore, PsySSA Members are guaranteed discounted rates for the 26th Annual PsySSA Congress
 
As an appetiser, the PsySSA Office invites all returning and new members to view our 2020 – 2021 highlights video that summarises what members may expect from us in 2022 with much more still to come.

We thank you for staying the course, retaining membership in Africa’s largest psychology professional society, and look forward to serving you yet again. 

In solidarity, 
The Psychological Society of South Africa

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