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Ms Miriam Wyzenbeek, Former Professional Officer, HPCA

We frequently receive complaints from individuals who have requested from their current or prior treating psychologist access to their client record, but for whatever reason, this request has been

Simon Milton, Professional Officer, HPCA

Supervisors play a key role in the training and assessment of the psychological competencies required to become a registered psychologist.

Associate Professor Bill Warren, Deputy President, Psychology Council of NSW

In the early 1990s I was invited to join a working committee of the then NSW Psychologists Registration Board.

25/06/2018
Dr Robyn Vines, Member, Psychology Council of NSW

My six years on Council (two appointed terms of three years) will conclude on 30 June 2018 – providing an opportunity to reflect on the role of Council and changes in our profession over this perio

25/06/2018
Simon Milton, Professional Officer, HPCA

The Better Access to Mental Health Care initiative has dramatically expanded the availability of evidence-based psychological services.

Professor Alexander Blaszczynski

The end of June 2018 signifies the end of a very interesting and exciting period in my three-year appointment as President of the Psychology Council of NSW.  Dealing with a host of complaints and d

25/06/2018
Thomas O’Neill, Psychology Council Member, Clinical Psychologist

Following extensive review and collaboration between stakeholders, the NSW Government has introduced new Compulsory Third Party (CTP) Green Slip reforms.

08/03/2018
Miriam Wyzenbeek, Professional Officer, Psychology Council

The Health Practitioner Regulation National Law (NSW) (National Law) requires practitioners, employers and education providers to report ‘notifiable conduct’, as defined in section 140, to

Robyn Vines, Psychology Council Member, Clinical Psychologist

New Medicare Telehealth Items under the Better Access to Mental Health Care Initiative

Miriam Wyzenbeek, Professional Officer, Psychology Council

The Council frequently receives notifications about psychologists misusing protected titles, for example, referring to themselves as a Clinical, Forensic, Clinical Neuropsychologist or Organisation