· Provide psychological counselling and therapeutic treatment to individuals (adolescents and adults) and couples.
· Create and maintain professional records pertaining to psychological services, including (but not limited to) case notes, reports and letters that are consistent with the APS Code of Ethics (2007) and psychologists’ professional and legal obligations.
· Liaise, consult and make appropriate referrals to internal and external services including GPs and other health professionals.
· Contribute to the planning, development and evaluation of programs and services.
· Identify opportunities for improvements in clinical practice.
· Assist in the development of clinical resources and other psychoeducational materials.
· Attend and participate in team meetings.
· Support administrative and organisational processes.
· Meet the National Board registration standards including criminal history, English language skills, professional indemnity insurance, recency of practice and continuing professional development (CPD).
· Be responsible for informing themselves about applicable legislation, policies and procedures in their workplace.
· Only provide psychological services within the boundaries of your professional competence.
· Treat others with dignity, courtesy and respect in order to maintain a safe, flexible and respectful environment free from all forms of discrimination, bullying and harassment.