Providing information, advice and professional resources to keep members informed and up to date in the fast-changing world of psychology

Quality professional resources

Code of Ethics and Ethical Guidelines

Free copies of the APS Code of Ethics and Ethical Guidelines (which apply the Code to a variety of contexts and clients), as well as a range of other ethics resources

Professional practice resources

Support for professional practice including member-only guides for setting up a private practice, legal matters, charter for clients, recommended fee schedule, practice standards, self-care and eTherapy, as well as tailored resources for working in the public sector, private sector and in schools

Tip sheets

Information for clients about a range of psychological issues and how psychologists can help - a great resource for private practitioners and other health professionals, especially GPs

EQIP: Evidence-based and Quality Information for Psychologists

Member-only access to a searchable online database of information and resources to support the provision of evidence-based assessment and treatment across a range of psychological conditions

Responsive telephone advisory services

Professional Advisory Service

Personal responses to member queries in relation to ethical dilemmas, practice concerns and legal issues

Member Assistance Centre

Direct responses to member queries ranging from APS services to national registration requirements and study information

T: (03) 8662 3300 or toll free 1800 333 497

Comprehensive information bulletins, emails and web pages

InPsych

Bimonthly bulletin providing important information on developments in professional practice, science and education, and membership initiatives, as well as authoritative reviews of psychology's contribution to issues of community concern.

APS Matters

Fortnightly email alert providing the latest news and alerts, advocacy updates, professional resources and CPD opportunities

APS website

Member-only access to comprehensive information, updates and news alerts across
a wide range of current issues in psychology

Evidence-based and Quality Information for Psychologists

EQIP