About psychology

In Australia the psychology profession is regulated by the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law Act ('the National Law') as in force in each state and territory of Australia.

The Psychology Board of Australia is the National Board for the psychology profession that is established under s. 31 of the National Law. In accordance with s. 33 of the National Law a National Board is to consist of members appointed in writing by the Ministerial Council (comprising Ministers of the governments of each state and territory and the Commonwealth with the portfolio responsible for health).

For more information about the Psychology Board and the psychology profession click on the links below:

 
 
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