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  1. Guidelines on reporting child abuse | Mandated reporting: other roles in which psychologists might be employed

    • Even when reporting of child abuse is mandated or when there are professional and workplace expectations that members will report suspected abuse, not all psychologists support mandatory reporting.
    • (Modified December 2003). Jurisdiction ACT Comm. NSW. Nt qld sa. Tas VIC wa.

    www.psychology.org.au

  2. mandatory reporting nsw psychologists

    • Mandatory reporters are guided by the NSW Mandatory Reporter Guide.
    • Attorney-Client Privilege versus Mandatory Reporting by Psychologists: Dilemma, Conflict, and Solution Joe Wheeler Dixon, PhD, JD East Carolina University Greenville, NC.

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  3. Mandatory reporting

    • Mandatory reporting -Psychology or policing.
    • People quickly learn what is reportable and thus just don’t tell the psychologist. However not only does it hamper how the client behaves but also the psychologist behaves.

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  4. Psychologists in NSW Schools

    • Psychologists in NSW Schools. Client Information Sharing (Relating to the NSW Keep Them Safe Legislation).
    • The mandatory threshold for reporting to Community Services has been amended from "risk of harm" to "risk of significant harm”.

    www.psychology.org.au

  5. Community Services - Resources for mandatory reporters

    • Mandatory reporters are guided by the NSW Mandatory Reporter Guide. In NSW, mandatory reporting is regulated by the Children and Young Persons (Care and Protection) Act 1998 (the Care Act).
    • Welfare (e.g. psychologists, social workers, caseworkers and youth workers).

    www.community.nsw.gov.au

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    • Guidelines for Psychologists & Psychiatrists.

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  7. Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency - Mandatory reporting

    • Mandatory reporting exceptions for health practitioners. There are specific exceptions to mandatory reporting for all practitioners in Australia that relate to the circumstances in which the ‘reasonable belief’ is formed, for example in the medico-legal context.

    www.ahpra.gov.au

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    • The Psychology of Beauty epub pdf txt.

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  9. Child Protection Law: Do Psychologists Have to Report Past Abuse?

    • All psychologists are mandated reporters of child abuse and neglect.
    • If you are located in the United States, the US Department of Health and Human Services’ Child Welfare Information Gateway website provides a summary of state laws related to mandatory reporting of child abuse and neglect.

    askthepsych.com

  10. Attorney-Client Privilege | Mandatory Reporting by Psychologists Congress and the states have recognized that child abuse is a significant social problem.

    • Attorney-Client Privilege versus Mandatory Reporting by Psychologists: Dilemma, Conflict, and Solution Joe Wheeler Dixon, PhD, JD East Carolina University Greenville, NC. Kim Embleton Dixon, PhD, MBA Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences.

    www.psychologyandlaw.com