The Psychological Society of Ireland (PSI), Cumann Síceolaithe Éireann, is the learned and professional body for psychology and psychologists in the Republic of Ireland since 1970. Since its creation, the members of the PSI have helped shape and develop psychology as a science in Ireland, and their work and commitment has given Irish psychology a voice and standing on not only the European but also the world stage.

The Psychological Society of Ireland’s primary objective is protecting, promoting, and furthering the profession of psychology in Ireland.

Our aims and activities include:

  • Advance and promote the discipline of psychology,
  • Promote high standards of training and education for psychologists in Ireland,
  • Promote high professional and ethical standards within the profession,
  • Provide professional learning, development, and networking opportunities,
  • Sustain growth in PSI membership,
  • Annual scientific and professional conference,
  • Public talks and media communications, and
  • Update members on psychology matters in Ireland.

The Psychological Society of Ireland

12 Camden Row,
Saint Kevin’s,
Dublin 8, D08 R9CN

Tel: +353 387 7179 (Office Manager)

Email: [email protected]

Psychological Society of Ireland
Psychological Society of Ireland