As the largest professional association of psychologists in Switzerland, the FSP represents the interests of around 7,500 members. It addresses the professional policy concerns of psychologists active in Switzerland and is committed to improving the appeal and reputation of psychology professions.
To this end, the FSP raises the profiles of psychology professions and ensures their positioning in politics, business and society. It negotiates or proposes tariffs for psychology-related services. The FSP monitors developments in its members’ environment, and exercises an influence where necessary. It organises specialist conferences and fosters exchanges with key stakeholders.
It also pursues a variety of projects, which currently include:
«Fair conditions, fair salary»: during further training courses, the FSP prepares its members for organising their own professional group within the institution in which they are employed.