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APS members get exclusive access to the logging tool to monitor and record accrued CPD hours.

2018 APS Congress

The 2018 APS Congress will be held in Sydney from Thursday 27 to Sunday 30 September 2018


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Why choose an APS psychologist

APS members have exclusive access to a range of ethical and professional resources and guidelines about professional conduct, responsibilities and confidentiality, and adhere to strict standards set and monitored by the APS in the APS Code of Ethics and the APS Charter for Clients.

APS members enjoy access to high quality professional support and the latest research and developments in the field. This enables them to provide psychological services of the highest standard.

Membership of the leading association for psychologists provides extra reassurance to clients, colleagues and community members that they are dealing with a committed professional with strong credentials.

Identifying an APS member

APS members can be recognised by the following post-nominals (letters after their names):

  • MAPS (Member of the Australian Psychological Society)
  • FAPS (Fellow of the Australian Psychological Society)
  • Hon FAPS (Honorary Fellow of the Australian Psychological Society)
  • Assoc MAPS (Associate Member of the Australian Psychological Society)
Charter for Clients of APS Psychologists

The Charter for Clients of APS Psychologists outlines the standards that clients of APS psychologists may expect.

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