CAPA Members:

  • Respect the essential humanity, worth and dignity of all people;
  • Honour the trust placed in us by our members and protect the integrity of that relationship;
  • Recognise and respect cultural, religious and sexual diversity among all people.
  • Oppose discrimination, oppressive and other unjust behaviour.
  • Are required to familiarise themselves with the restrictions and demands of our client’s cultural, sexual and religious backgrounds;
  • Respect the privacy of our clients by preserving the confidentiality of their information;
  • Protect the rights of, and promote the responsibilities of our clients.
  • Foster competence and good governance by ongoing training and supervision;
  • Abide by the laws of the State of NSW.

 

Examples of issues that may be dealt with by the CAPA Ethics Committee include:

  • Confidentiality;
  • Duty of Care;
  • Workplace Bullying and Violence;
  • Mandatory reporting;
  • Keeping records;
  • Subpoenas.

 

If you have inquiries about one of these or a similar issue, please email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.You can download a printable version of the code, which CAPA NSW Members abide by: Code of Ethics and Good Practice.

 

 

If you have reason to make a complaint about a member of CAPA, please:

  1. Read CAPA's Complaints Information.
  2. Read CAPA's Professional Conduct Procedure (pdf).
  3. Complete CAPA's Complaint Form and post to our office or email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.