PsyPAG is a collective of amazing people striving to make a change in the field of psychology today.

We have a total of 40 members in our committee, studying a variety of different psychology courses from a range of institutions. Our member profiles are located below and if you are interested in applying for any vacant positions, please contact our vice-chair Michelle Newman.

The Core Committee

Division Representatives

Division of Clinical Psychology
Division of Counselling Psychology
Division of Forensic Psychology
Division of Educational and Child Psychology

Chloe Casey

Division of Health Psychology

Lauren Rockliffe

Division for Academic, Researchers and Teachers in Psychology
Division of Sport and Exercise Psychology
Division of Occupational Psychology

Section Representatives

Cognitive Psychology Section

Chris Robus

Consciousness and Experiential Psychology Section

Josh Bolam

Mathematical, Statistical and Computing Section
Developmental Psychology Section
History and Philosophy of Psychology Section

Sophia Fedoriwicz

Defence and Security Psychology Section

Catherine Hitch

Psychology of Sexualities Section
Psychology of Women and Equalities Section
Qualitative Methods Section
Social Psychology Section

Annayah Prosser

Special Group in Coaching Psychology Section

Beth McManus

Transpersonal Psychology Section


Community Psychology Section

Sophie Coleman

Crisis, Disaster and Trauma Section
Male Psychology Section

Dennis Relojo-Howell

Political Psychology Section

Prince Kouassi

Psychology of Education Section
Cyberpsychology Section

Danielle Paddock

Branch Representatives

North East of England Branch


North West of England Branch
Northern Ireland Branch
Wessex Branch


London and Home Counties Branch

Additional Committee Members

Ethics Representative

Catrin Penn-Jones

Research Board Representative

Vicky Lister

Undergraduate Liaison Officer

Tanya Schrader

Conference Standing Committee

Anna Wiedemann


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