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Ethics and Professional Practice for Psychologists


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by: Shirley Morrissey; Prasuna Reddy

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Retail Price: $87.95

Publisher: ,05.10.06

Category: PSYCHOLOGY Level:

ISBN: 0170131467
ISBN13: 9780170131469

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Psychology in Australia is facing challenging times. Increased funding for access to psychological care, in particular mental health services, chronic illness, primary care, rural settings, and hospitals requires psychologists to work independent practice, as well as complex environments, and in multidisciplinary teams. Australia is a culturally diverse society and we must be competent in our understanding of differing world views, and the appropriateness of providing culturally sensitive and ethical psychological services. Psychologists also need to be cognisant of the ethical and professional standards of the profession and the legal context in which they work.