Ethical and Practice Issues

The APS Framework for the Effective Delivery of School Psychological Services: This framework provides specific practice guidelines for psychologists working within a school context:
https://psychology.org.au/APS/media/Resource-Finder/Framework-delivery-school-psych-services-practice-guide.pdf

 

APS Guidelines for Working with Young People: This document provides guidelines to psychologists who provide psychological services to young people:
https://www.psychology.org.au/getattachment/Membership/APS-Ethical-Guidelines/Ethical-guideline-psych-ax.pdf

 

APS Code of Ethics: The APS Code of Ethics was most recently updated and accepted in 2007. It sets out principals of professional conduce for practicing psychologists:
https://www.psychology.org.au/getmedia/d873e0db-7490-46de-bb57-c31bb1553025/APS-Code-of-Ethics.pdf

 

To accompany the APS Code of Ethics is the Code of Ethics Translations Table, developed to assist in the understanding of how clauses from the 2003 Code are represented in the 2007 Code of Ethics:
https://www.psychology.org.au/Assets/Files/Ethics-Code-Translation-Table-2003-07.pdf

 

ACA Code of Conduct: The ACA Code of Conduct sets out professional standards of conduct for practitioners engaged in counselling:
https://www.theaca.net.au/documents/ACA%20Code%20of%20Ethics%20and%20Practice%20Ver%2013.pdf

 

PACFA Code of Ethics: The PACFA Code of Ethics sets out an ethical framework for the clinical and management of member associations and for the professional practice of PACFA members: http://www.pacfa.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/PACFA-Code-of-Ethics-2017.pdf