For general enquiries please contact:
Our Head Office in Leicester is our main administrative centre for the Society, and is located only a five minute walk from Leicester station.
The British Psychological Society
St Andrews House
48 Princess Road East
Office Opening Hours:
Mon-Fri 9am - 5pm
Our London office is located a few minutes' walk from Old Street station in Hackney.
The British Psychological Society
30 Tabernacle Street
TEL: +44 (0) 207 330 0890
Various meeting rooms of different sizes are available for hire at our London office, and cost up to 50% less than similar commercial-rated facilities.
Society members receive a 25% discount on bookings, whilst affiliate subscribers and charitable organisations receive 10% off.
Our fully air-conditioned and refurbished modern building comprises nine naturally-lit rooms, all with wi-fi access, some of which can be joined together to make superb event spaces for larger groups, and we can often accommodate late bookings, including the full provision of catering services, with as little as three working days' notice (subject to availability).
The building is fully accessible for wheelchair users and an induction loop is available in the large main meeting room.
Please note: access for mobility scooters is not available at this time due to the weight limits of our stairlift. We are working to resolve this with further investment, but in the meantime we can only accomodate non-powered wheelchairs. Please advise us in advance of your visit if you need the use of a non-powered wheelchair.
Disabled parking facilities are available at the NCP car park in Clere Street. These can be booked in advance by contacting the office directly (subject to availability).
Our Customer Support Team is often the first point of contact for members of the Society and the public, and is responsible for managing the main switchboard and dealing with general enquiries.
They can be contacted at [email protected]
The Membership Team handle a variety of matters related to Society membership, including processing applications, updating member information, providing advisory support to boards/committees, and administrating the Society’s Member Conduct procedures.
For further information please contact [email protected]
|Member Network Services||
The primary purpose of the Member Networks Team is to facilitate the work and activities of our Member Networks and to help our members further their professional and scientific interests.
For more info please contact [email protected]
|Conferences and Events||
Our Conferences and Events team are responsibile for organising the variety of talks, seminers, workshops, and conferences, which the BPS provides for both its members and for the public.
Please contact [email protected] for more information
|Partnership and Accreditation||
Our Partnership and Accreditation team co-ordinates the Society’s accreditation process, ensuring that education providers offering accredited programmes meet our quality standards.
For more information please email [email protected]
The Professional Development Centre provides learning and development opportunities for our members, supports the delivery of our core skills workshops and e-learning courses, and provides advice on issues of best practice and professional growth.
To find out more contact at [email protected]
The Qualifications Team work with key stakeholders to develop, promote and administer Society qualifications, ensuring that they continue to adhere to HCPC and Society standards.
For queries regarding Society qualifications please email the team at [email protected]
The Policy Unit is responsible for driving forward the Society’s work streams for research, science, education, public engagement, and professional practice, and provides administrative support and guidance to our governance boards, committees, and working groups.
To contact the Team please email [email protected]
The Governance and CEO department is responsible for ensuring that the Society has the necessary structures, systems and processes in place to ensure the proper management of the work of the Society and to meet legal and Charity Commission requirements.
To contact this department please email [email protected]
The Psychologist is the official publication of The British Psychological Society, which serves as a forum for discussion and debate on a range of psychological topics, and is read by more than 50,000 Society members each month in print, as well as many non-members who view our open access offerings online and via our app.
For further information and assistance, email [email protected]
|History of Psychology||
The History of Psychology Centre is responsible for maintaining and developing the Society’s archives, supporting and promoting research in the history of psychology, and organising public engagement activities in the history of psychology.
For more information please contact [email protected]
|Psychological Testing Centre||
The Psychological Testing Centre sets standards in testing, offers nationally recognised qualifications in test use, and provides independent reviews of psychological tests.
To contact the PTC please send an email to [email protected]