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Data Breach Notice.

Consultation on the guideline document for working with sex, sexuality and gender diverse clients.

Grandparenting applications for the Neuropsychologist scope of practice - extended to 31 March 2021

"Consulting a Psychologist" posters (and brochures) now available in five languages

Summary of latest PPAF and PWF meetings

 

Data Breach Notification

Today (18 February 2018) the Board became aware that we had unintentionally disclosed many psychologists’ email addresses to other psychologists when bulk emails were sent to everyone on the register advising that the APC renewal period has opened. More information on this can be viewed here.

Grandparenting applications for the Neuropsychologist scope of practice - extended to 31 March 2021

The Board has extended the final date for applications for the Neuropsychologist scope of practice to 31 March 2021. Application forms can be downloaded here, or from the "Resources" page. More information about the application process can be viewed here.

Consultation on the guideline document for working with sex, sexuality and gender diverse clients (updated 13/12/18)

The Board invites feedback on the guideline document for working with sex, sexuality and gender diverse clients. The guideline will remain open for feedback until Monday, 1st April 2019. Please email any comments, suggestions for additions or amendments and any other feedback to Anne Goodhead

 

Grandparenting applications for the Neuropsychologist scope of practice - extended to 31 March 2021

The Board has extended the final date for applications for the Neuropsychologist scope of practice to 31 March 2021. Application forms can be downloaded here, or from the "Resources" page. More information about the application process can be viewed here.

Posted 21/12/18.

 

"Consulting a Psychologist" posters (and brochures) now available in five languages

The Board have produced a poster to inform potential clients about the services psychologists offer, what can be expected of a psychologist, and a client's basic rights. A brief outline of the role of the Board is also provided. To view, print, or download the poster just click on the version you want:

Brochure versions of the information are also be available for order from [email protected] (subject line: Brochure). The brochures have been made available to other organisations (such as Citizen's Advice Bureaus and DHBs) that can help distribute them.

Posted 04/04/16. Updated 02/08/16

  

Summary of latest PPAF and PWF meetings

A summary of the most recent meeting (20/02/18) of the Psychology Profession Advisory Forum (PPAF) can be downloaded here. For those unfamiliar with PPAF, the relevant Terms of Reference can also be downloaded here.

A summary of the most recent Psychology Workforce Forum (PWF) meeting (22/05/18) can be downloaded here.The Terms of Reference for PWF (formerly known as the Psychology Workforce Group or PWG) can be downloaded here.  

Last updated on 12/07/18