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The Psychology Council of New South Wales is currently appointing psychologists as members who may:

16/09/2022

One of the areas of complaint to the Health Care Complaints Commission and to the Psychology Council of NSW relates to diagnosis.

16/12/2021

All NSW residents are able to apply for appointment as a Community Member to any of the 15 Health Professional Councils in NSW.

16/12/2021

The requirement for appropriate use of social media has been recognised by the Board of every registered health profession in Australia.

16/12/2021

You need reliable, evidence-based information to be able to make good choices about your healthcare.

16/09/2021

The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) has released a position statement for practitioners and students encouraging registered health practitioners and students (particularly

Simon Milton

The significant increase in community access to psychological services under the Medicare Better Access initiative has led to a growing number of people with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) s

Thomas O’Neill

The Psychology Council of NSW is appointed by the NSW Governor to protect the public of NSW, by ensuring Psychologists practice safely, ethically and professionally.

Gail Purkis President

The Psychology Council of NSW has received numerous complaints over recent years related to practitioner’s use of social media. Here are some examples.-

20/10/2020