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Ezine Mar 2013

Ezine Mar 2013
April 5, 2013

  The March 2013 issue of the SPS E-Zine has been uploaded in the SPS website. Kindly click on the link below to get the society’s latest happenings and developments: http://singaporepsychologicalsociety.org/pdf/ezine13.pdf

Ezine Mar 2012 – Issue 13

March 26, 2012

Ezine March 2012 Issue 13 Download or View Here


    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.