I/O Psychologists

Industrial/Organisational (I/O) Psychologists are trained as “scientist-practitioners”. I/O Psychologists evaluate and conduct research then apply knowledge of evidence to inform our practice. Evidence-based practice is guided by the best quality and most current research findings in order to achieve the desired outcome in practical contexts.

Areas of Expertise

Industrial/Organisational (I/O) Psychologists have a wide range of skills, knowledge and abilities that allow us to contribute effectively to improve organisational effectiveness and the quality of work life.
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Pathways to Registration

In Australia, there are two pathways to obtain practice endorsement in an area of Psychology.
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“Psychologist” and “Organisational Psychologist” are legally protected titles, providing clients with confidence in the skills and knowledge of these professionals. To use these protected titles, Psychologists must obtain an area of endorsement in Organisational Psychology.
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Human Behaviour Experts

I/O Psychologist apply psychological principles and research methods to improve the overall work environment, including performance, employee behaviour, communication, professional satisfaction, safety and employee well-being.

Strategic, Multi-Level Analysts

I/O Psychologists conduct analysis at individual, group and organisational levels whilst recognising the interaction of these inter-related systems. I/O Psychologists have a strategic and scientific approach to diagnosing issues and designing interventions. Their expertise and knowledge of individual factors, (such as, motivation and general cognitive ability), group factors (such as, team work and role clarity) and organisational factors (such as, culture and management practices) allow them to more accurately identify the scientific cause of an issue to develop an effective intervention and best-practice outcome.

Regulated, Licensed, Professionals

Psychologists are registered professionals and this has the following advantages for clients:
All university courses are regularly audited by an external agency to ensure high quality teaching and standardised content. This ensures all Psychologists have a consistently high level of knowledge.

Psychologists are required to undertake regular continuing professional development (‘CPD’) to maintain registration. A Psychologist’s commitment to ongoing learning ensures current research trends and theories are being implemented to benefit workstreams and clients.
“Psychologist” and “Organisational Psychologist” are legally protected titles, providing clients with confidence in the skills and knowledge of these professionals.

Ethical and Abide by a Code of Conduct

Psychologists are bound to act to the highest professional standards by adhering to a strict Code of Ethics. In 2010, the Psychology Board of Australia (‘PsyBA’) adopted the Australian Psychological Society Code of Ethics for the profession. The Code of Ethics details ethical principles and sets specific standards to guide Psychologists and members of the public to a clear understanding of ethical professional conduct by Psychologists.

For more information regarding the codes, guidelines and policies that guide the profession, please click here to visit the PsyBA website.