Need a further avenue to explore your interest in psychology? NUS Psychology Society’s Inspire Psych series presents to you speakers who will be sharing about interesting topic(s)! Come down and be INSPIRED by the unique experiences of these experts!

To kick off the Inspire Psych 2017 series, we have our first session scheduled on 25 Jan 2017, 6-730pm, by Dr Seetha Subbiah!

Dr Seetha is a clinical psychologist with expertise in severe and chronic childhood psychological conditions. She has provided 22 years of clinical and program development services to children, families and services providers across Asia and the USA. 

A very engaging topic to discover on – ‘Children Who Hear Voices’.

In this talk, she will share her personal journey and cross-cultural experiences in dealing with children and trauma. Dr Seetha will also share insights into the practice of clinical psychology.

Admission is free.

Sign up to find out more at (By 18 Jan 17).


Academic Talk Tickets Collection


To those who have signed up for our academic talks, do take note that collection of tickets will be on 11th Jan 2017(Wed) @ AS6 Benches 19/20, 12-6pm.

Tickets are required for admission to the talks.

Fee payment: $2 for non-members, $2 deposit for members (Will be returned on the event day itself).

For any enquiries, email:

Prison Tour

Ever wondered what goes on behind the bars?

Here is your chance to take a rare peek into the environment and work in the prison setting!

NUS Psychology Society is once again organizing the Prison Tour this vacation, in collaboration with Singapore Prison Service. Join us in a tour around the prison facilities and hear their personnel share with you about SPS and career & internship opportunities!

Date: 4th January 2017 (Wednesday)

Time: 1.30pm-4.30pm

Location: Prison Link Centre Changi (PLCC) @ 990 Upper Changi Road North

Slots are limited and are on a first-come-first-serve basis. Sign up now at by 9th December (Fri)!


For any enquiries, please contact

Campus PSY Recruitment

Are you interested to learn more about mental health, to better support your peers and to advocate for mental wellness in your campus? Why not join Campus PSY?


Additional details:

1.Recruitment drive for the first batch of Campus PSY Ambassadors

  1. Team-building camp for first batch of student ambassadors to be held in late Jan 2017, and the Official Launch on the 2nd or 3rd week of Feb 2017.
  1. Basic Mental health training with CHAT and OTR (Feb-May 2017)
  • It will be certified & recognized and aims to equip students with self care knowledge, peer support skills, mental health first aid and training in outreach & advocacy.
  • Training dates: Once a week, weekday evenings, 1.5 hours per session
  • Venue: SCAPE or respective tertiary institution (i.e. NUS)