There are over 114 million web-pages on psychology. Rather than being another portal we have selected few links that may help you find what you want. If you know a particularly good site you can suggest a link 


HPCA Act: Scopes & Qualifications
New Zealand Psychologists Board:
Office of the Clerk of the House of Representatives:

Psychology and other associations
The Australian Clinical Psychology Association:

American Psychological Association:

The Australian Psychological Society:
British Psychological Society:
Canadian Psychological Association:
Association of Contextual and Behavioural Science (ACT and RFT):
New Zealand Psychological Society:
Sex Therapy New Zealand:
New Zealand Psychologists working with Older people:

Australia & N.Z. Association of Psychiatry, Psychology and Law (ANZAPPL):

 AHA logo 

Training providers

Dialectical Behaviour Therapy consultation and training in New Zealand:

Behavioural Tech


Resources for mental health conditions and treatments

National Addiction Centre (Alcohol, Drugs & Addiction):
Psych Central:
US National Institute of Mental Health:
Healthgate (free medline):
Contextual Psychology Website (ACT and RFT – lots of papers and interesting material – you need to be a member but subs are values-based): 

SPARX: a computer program that helps young people learn skills to deal with feeling down, depressed or stressed:

Beating the Blues: an evidence-based online CBT programme for the treatment of depression :

Defense Centers of Excellence for for psychological health and traumatic brain injury:

US Department of Veteran Affairs: National Center for PTSD:

Scientific American: Mind:

National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)  Transforming the understanding
and treatment of mental illnesses:

Psych Central: Symptoms and treatments of mental health disorders:

Project Know: Understanding Addiction:

Psychwire: for researchers, practitioners and allied professionals of mental health and behavioral science: 

Mental Health Foundation:

Mindfulness in NZ: A practical toolkit for Kiwi men:

Resources for supporting partners of transgender people

Cerebral Palsy Group - support and useful resources to individuals and families who have been diagnosed with cerebral palsy and other disabilities

Fixate is a NZ support group for people affected by Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.  If you have OCD, or support someone living with OCD, then please ask to join our closed Facebook group, or visit We bring people together to share their experiences and knowledge. Fixate can also be contacted by email: Join us in advocacy to achieve our wider goals of public awareness, early diagnosis and more effective treatment. 

New Zealand Government
Ministry of Health:
Privacy Commissioner:
Health and Disability Commissioner:
Mental Health Commission:
Human Rights Commission:
The New Zealand Health Information Service:
New Zealand Government Online:
Ministry of Maori Development:


New Zealand general health sites

Allied Health Professional Associations’ Forum:

Knowledge Basket:
Hauora Maori:
New Zealand Health Online:
Mental Health Foundation:
Women’s Health Action:
South Island Alcohol and Other Drugs Services Review:

National Association of Loss and Grief, New Zealand/NALAG (NZ):

The Mental Health Foundation (MHF) has a suite of free suicide prevention resources

More free suicide prevention resources available here

Introducing Small Steps digital toolsSmall Steps is a series of free digital self-help tools to support people to maintain or improve their wellbeing. They are free for anyone in Aotearoa who is struggling with their wellbeing, especially 19 to 35-year-olds, Māori and Pasifika.

Other useful resources

Season 2 of 13 Reasons Why: Prepare for safe conversations with more than 13 reasons why we must 'at least do no harm', Monique Faleafa


Overseas Conference Sites
Albert Ellis Institute
Australian Association for Cognitive Behavior Therapy
American Psychological Association
Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy
Beck Institute for Cognitive Therapy and Research
British Association of Cognitive and Behavioural Therapies
Canadian Cognitive Workshops
Cape Cod Institute
Contextual Psychology (ACT and RFT site combined)
European Association for Behaviour and Cognitive Therapies
World Congresses of Cognitive and Behaviour Therapy
Australian Association for Cognitive and Behavioural Therapy:

Psychology practices

Psychology Associates – Dunedin