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Bill Warren, Deputy President - Psychology Council

Questionnaires, tests, inventories, instruments, and so forth – let’s call them “psychometric instruments”, or simply “instruments” for present purposes,  can be useful when working with clients.

Lizabeth Tong, Psychology Council Member, Clinical Psychologist

Obtaining consent from clients prior to providing them with psychological services is a fundamental given.

A vacancy exists for a Professional Officer Psychology with the Health Professional Councils Authority to assist the Psychology Council of NSW.


Expressions of interest are invited for membership of the Psychology Council of NSW for the following vacancies:


When complaints and notifications about a psychologist are made to the Psychology Council of New South Wales – either by the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA), practitioners

Online completion of psychometric instruments can be a convenient and time-saving mode of having such instruments administered.


Pursuant to the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law and as per the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) registration standards, all psychologists who are registered to p