CAPA has a professional code of conduct and ethics outlined by the Australian Psychological Society (APS) and the guidelines of CAPA, what is an organization that aspires to have a rigorous, ethical and compassionate Clinical Governance. And that has to be given to both therapists and our clients. Therefore, CAPA has 5 rules that serve the principles of our work and our mission towards us individually, and also towards the group and towards our client, such as:
- Common sense: ability to self-regulate your anxiety and self-reflection;
- Sensibility: curiosity towards you and the world;
- Compassion: ability and desire to be human to oneself and to each other;
- Ethic: integrity, professional positioning and clear understanding of limits;
- Embrace: observation without acting on preconditioned judgments.
Tele-health, online sessions and presence sessions
CAPA has a clinic of governance for tele-health, online session and presence sessions, what is based at the best practice and principals under the guide line of those associations: Australian Psychological Society (APS), Australian Counselling Association (ACA), Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW), Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).