APS resources are developed to provide ethical, professional and practice advice and support to APS members. Whether you are in private practice, working for a school or government service, are an academic or a student, the APS website has resources, information and advice that can make a difference in your work.
The Professional Advisory Service provides email and telephone support and information on ethics, legal requirements and other practice issues, while the Member Assistance Centre can provide email and telephone assistance on national registration, area of practice endorsement and CPD requirements, as well as APS membership queries. You can access these services on the ASK APS page:
Among popular resources available on the APS desktop site are the APS Code of Ethics, practice guidelines, Medicare information, tip sheets on common psychological presentations and embossed diaries and other branded products.
See the full range of resources on the desktop version of the APS website: