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  • Psychologists in Singapore: Who are they? What do they do?

    Psychology is one of the fastest growing university subjects around the world, and it is becoming more and more available as a service in the community. There is an increasing number of psychologists in Singapore. The general public and organisations want to be more fully informed about who psychologists are and also their professional skills. Psychologists specialise in a number of different areas within the field and identify themselves by many different names.
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[Career] Senior Clinical Psychologist – TTSH Rehab Centre

April 22, 2014
Career Opportunities

The Challenges As a Psychologist, you will be working as an integral member of a multidisciplinary team. You will be involved in inpatient and outpatient work with adults (ranging from 18 years old to geriatric) with acquired disabilities resulting from various medical conditions (e.e. traumatic brain injuries, stroke, spinal cord injuries, orthopedic and polytrauma injuries, etc) You will conduct neuropsychological assessments and rehabilitation, counselling & psychotherapy, behavioural management, group therapy and other psycho-education to carers. In addition to direct patient …read more

[Career] Consultant (Organisation Development)-Civil Service College

February 24, 2014
Career Opportunities

[Career] Consultant (Organisation Development)-Civil Service College Date Posted Monday, February 03, 2014 Application Deadline Wednesday, March 05, 2014 Responsibilities •Conduct business development engagements with potential clients. •Support the principal/senior consultant in the provision of OD / Change Management / Culture Development / Team Development consulting services to clients in the Public Service. •Manage assigned project accounts, ensuring that the client’s needs are addressed in a timely manner. This includes taking responsibility for overall client relationship management and project management. •Support …read more

[Career] Principal / Senior Consultant (Organisation Development)-Civil Service College

February 24, 2014
Career Opportunities

[Career] Principal / Senior Consultant (Organisation Development)-Civil Service College Date Posted Monday, February 03, 2014 Application Deadline Wednesday, March 05, 2014 Responsibilities • Lead in the provision of Organisation Development solutions to clients in the Public Service • Responsible for leading the design and deployment of initiatives and programmes related to organisational diagnosis, change and transformation, culture development, and team effectiveness to public sector clients • Expected to work with line managers, external and internal practitioners, and key stakeholders to …read more

  • HOW DO I BECOME A PSYCHOLOGIST IN SINGAPORE?

    At present, there is no official statutory regulation of the practice of psychology in Singapore. Therefore, it is not COMPULSORY for you to be licensed or registered with a government agency or professional board to practise as a psychologist. In the absence of governmental regulation of the practice of psychology, the Singapore Psychological Society has implemented a register of psychologists who are professional qualified and providing psychological services. The Singapore Register of Psychologists is to ensure that consumer interest is better served. Although psychologists providing psychological services are encouraged to apply to be listed on the Singapore Register of Psychologists , it is not a legal requirement to be listed on the Singapore Register of Psychologists in order to practise as a psychologist in Singapore.