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The Council regulates the health professions in the country in aspects pertaining to registration, education and training, professional conduct and ethical behaviour, ensuring continuing professional development, and fostering compliance with healthcare standards.

Professional Boards

Registration

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Registration of Student Psychologist
  1. Form 53 PSS duly completed
  2. Certified copy of ID document.
  3. Proof of registration from University as M1 student indicating category of registration and date of enrolment
  4. Notarised copy of Honours Degree or Form 23 duly completed by University.
  5. Academic record for Honours (only if Psychology is not stated as field of study on Honours Degree or Form 23
  6. Registration fee: as indicated in the form.
Registration as an Intern Psychologist
  1. Form 26 PSIN duly completed
  2. Certified copy of ID document
  3. Academic record for Honours (only if Psychology is not stated as field of study on Honours Degree or Form 23
  4. Notarised copy of Honours Degree or Form 23 duly completed by University
  5. Official letter from University, confirming that applicant has successfully passed the first year of Masters
  6. Letter from the Supervising Senior Psychologist registered in the same category, confirming that he/she is willing to act as a Supervisor for the internship duration
  7. Letter from the training institution consenting to accommodate the candidateas for the duration of the internship
  8. Letter from the Supervising Department of Psychology, agreeing to act as such for the duration of the internship
  9. A detailed internship programme, if candidate is not doing an
  10. internship at an accredited institution
  11. Rules for intern are listed in Form 160
  12. Registration fee: as indicated in the form
  13. Form 77 for approved internship sites
Registration as a Psychologist
  1. Form 24 PS and Form 27 duly completed
  2. Certified copy of ID document
  3. Academic record of Masters (if Psychology is not stated as field of study on original Masters Degree or Form 23
  4. Notarised copy of Honours Degree or Form 23 duly completed by University.
  5. Registration fee: as indicated in the form
Community Service Registration
  1. Form 24 PS and Form 27 PSY dully completed
  2. Form 23 Community Service
Independent Practice (upon completion of community service)
  1. Form 24 PS dully completed
  2. Form 27 Community Service Completed
Additional Qualifications
Additional qualifications Form 19

Foreign Practitioners
(Refer applicant to the Manager of the Professional Board for Psychology for submission of the application to the Board)
  1. Application form and guidelines Form 91
  2. Application form to foreign workforce management programme of National Department of Health for letter of employment Form 176 DOH

Registration as Student Psychometrist

To register as a Student Psychometrists, Form 53 has to be completed by a student and verified by the educational institution. The following supporting documentation must accompany the application:

1. The prescribed registration fee with proof of payment.
2. A copy of the identity document or birth certificate of the student.
3. A copy of the marriage certificate of the student (Should the student wish to register in his/ her married surname).

An additional fee in respect of each month or part of a month will be payable should the application be submitted later than four months after the date of registration at the Training Educational Institution.

The register for student Psychometrists was effective as from 2 January 2013.examination.

Requirements for registration as a Psychometrist
  1. Registration as a Psychometrist is contingent on completion of an accredited 4 year B Psych or a B Psych equivalent in Psychology accredited by the Board that incorporates an approved 6 month/ 720 hour face-to-face practicum or an equivalent of not more than 12 months part time practicum.
  2. Registration as a Student Psychometrist.
  3. In successful completion of the National Examination of the Board. The pass mark of the examination is 70% and psychometrists are required to obtain a sub-minimum of 70% for the questions on ethics.  
Registration as a Psychometrist
  1. Form 24 PMT duly completed
  2. Certified copy of ID document
  3. Academic record of B Psych Degree
  4. A copy of Honours Degree or B Psych certified by a Notary Public
  5. Registration fee: as indicated in the form
  6. Letter confirming that the candidate has passed Board examination
Registration as a Student Registered Counsellor

To register as a Student Registered Counsellor, Form 53 has to be completed by each student and verified by the educational institution. The following supporting documentation must accompany the application:
  1. The prescribed registration fee with proof of payment.
  2. A copy of the identity document or birth certificate of the student.
  3. A copy of the marriage certificate of the student (Should the student wish to register in his/ her married surname).
An additional fee in respect of each month or part of a month will be payable should the application be submitted later than four months after the date of registration at the Training Educational Institution.
The register for student Registered Counsellors was effective as from 2 January 2013.

Requirements for registration as a Registered Counsellor
  1. Registration as a Registered Counsellor is contingent on completion of an accredited 4 year B Psych or a B Psych equivalent in Psychology accredited by the Board that incorporates an approved 6 month/ 720 hour face-to-face practicum or an equivalent of not more than 12 months part time practicum.
  2. Registration as a Student Registered Counsellor.
  3. In successful completion of the National Examination of the Board. The pass mark of the examination is 70% and psychometrists are required to obtain a sub-minimum of 70% for the questions on ethics.  
Registration as a Registered Counsellor
  1. Form 24 RC duly completed
  2. Certified copy of ID document
  3. Academic record of B Psych Degree
  4. A copy of Honours Degree or B Psych certified by a Notary Public
  5. Registration fee: as indicated in the form
  6. Letter confirming that the candidate has passed Board examination