The functions of the Psychology Board of Australia include:
Our functions are supported by Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). For information about legislation governing our operations see AHPRA's Legislation and Publications pages.
A National Board may also establish a committee (a State or Territory Board) for a participating jurisdiction which is a committee of the National Board. The Psychology Board of Australia has established four State and Territory Boards (‘regional boards’) these are:
The regional boards enable an effective and timely local response to health practitioners and the public in registration and notification matters. The members of a State or Territory Board are appointed by the responsible Ministers for the participating jurisdictions.
AHPRA manages registrations and notifications on behalf of the Board.
If you have an enquiry about your registration or about becoming a registered psychologist in Australia, contact AHPRA using the online enquiry form or by calling 1300 419 495.
To submit a complaint or concern about a registered psychologist, visit AHPRA’s make a complaint page.
Correspondence to the National Board can be sent to:
Psychology Board of Australia
G.P.O. Box 9958
Melbourne VIC 3001
or via email
Read Communiqués from the Board.
Meet the individual Board members.