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Get on a directory

This section of the site contains information about how to apply to be included on one of the society's registers or directories.

To find out more please select one of the relevant tabs below.

The directories currently available are:

The Directory of Chartered Psychologists

The Directory of Chartered Psychologists enables Chartered Members to advertise their services to members of the public.

The Directory of Expert Witnesses

The Directory of Expert Witnesses allows Chartered Members to also advertise their services in this capacity for legal work and proceedings.

The Register of Psychologists Specialising in Psychotherapy (ROPSIP)

ROPSIP is a register for psychologists working within the field of psychotherapy, allowing them to highlight their experience and to make themselves available to clients via the register.

The Register of Applied Psychology Practice Supervisors (RAPPS)

RAPPS allows supervisors to make themselves available to trainees for supervision, and for trainees to have a means of identifying and locating a supervisor.

The Register of Coaching Psychologists

The Register of Coaching Psychologists provides recognition for Coaching Psychologists, allowing them to differentiate their services and gain acknowledgement of their expertise.

The Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) Register

The IAPT programme exists to provide improved access to evidence-based psychological therapies for people who require the help of mental health services, particularly those presenting with anxiety disorders and depression.

The Gender Diversity Specialist Register (GDSR)

The GDSR has been designed to ensure that psychologists who are registered as experts in this field possess all the requisite knowledge and understanding to practice.

The List of External/VNC Examiners

This is a searchable list for members who have expressed an interest in providing services as an external and/or viva examiner for academic purposes.

The Directory of Voluntary Careers Speakers (DVCS)

The DVCS lists Society members who are happy to give careers talks to schools and other institutions.

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