Special Interest Groups (SIGs)
Aside from our faculties, which represent the main specialties within psychiatry, the College also has 15 Special Interest Groups (SIGs) which provide a forum for members to come together in a particular area of psychiatry.
Our SIGs lead on key issues within psychiatry and mental health, such as diversity, marginalised groups and sustainability. Each Special Interest Group has an elected Chair and Finance Officer and an informal Executive Committee.
- Adolescent forensic
- Arts psychiatry
- Digital psychiatry
- Evolutionary psychiatry
- History of psychiatry
- Neurodevelopmental psychiatry
- Occupational psychiatry
- Private and independent practice
- Rainbow (LGBTQ+)
- Sport and exercise psychiatry
- Transcultural psychiatry
- Women and mental health
- Volunteering and international