The Division of Occupational Psychology exists to promote the professional interests of occupational psychologists and to support the development of psychology both as a profession and as a body of knowledge and skills.
The Society provides resources and information to help further your career in psychology on its Become a Psychologist page.
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Occupational Psychology is the application of the science of psychology to work.
Occupational psychologists develop, apply and evaluate a range of tools and interventions across many different areas of the workplace, including:
- Leadership, motivation and engagement
- Learning, training and development
- Psychological assessment
- Wellbeing at work
- Work design, organisational change and development
Occupational psychologists use psychological theories and approaches to deliver tangible benefits by enhancing the effectiveness of organisations and developing the performance, motivation and wellbeing of people in the workplace.