Publication Details

Grenyer, B. F. S. . (2009). What a national psychology board will mean for current registrants, and what it might contribute to Australian Psychology. InPsyc: Bulletin of the Australian Psychological Society, 31 (1), 15-15.


The National Psychology Board will put in place a single national standard for psychology registration that will be consistent with the other aspect of the scheme - a national system for psychology accreditation. No longer will differences in standards between States and Territories be exploited, and much administrative complexity will be removed with a single national registration. Currently, there is at least one psychologist who is registered in every State and Territory of Australia - and who applies to all eight jurisdictions and pays fees of over $1500 a year.