https://www.justice.govt.nz/assets/Documents/Forms/request-by-individual.pdf form To find information and the form to apply for a New Zealand Criminal History Record required for registration with Psychotherapists Board of Aotearoa New Zealand
www.ird.govt.nz/online-services/online-services-registration.html To register online with the IRDwww.immigration.govt.nz/migrant/general/formsandfees/formsandguides/policecertificate/ To find information and forms to apply for an overseas Criminal History Record www.dhbnz.org.nz/ To find information on the District Health Boards of New Zealand (DHBNZ)www.hdc.org.nz/ To find information on the Health and Disability Commissioner (HDC)www.hpdt.org.nz To find information on the Health Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal (HPDT)Click here To download a copy of the HPDT Guide to Disciplinary Proceedings - What happens following notice of disciplinary proceedings against a health practitioner" www.ielts.org/ To find information on how to complete an International English Language Testing System (IELTS)www.moh.govt.nz to find information on the Ministry of Health www.moh.govt.nz/hpca To find information on the Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act 2003 (HPCAA)
You will need to complete Priv/F1
Looking for a psychotherapist?
If you are looking for a psychotherapist to contact in your area, the yellow pages are a good place to start. In addition, you may find the following websites helpful; however, please note that not all persons listed on these websites will be registered psychotherapists, and may be health providers of other varieties, for example, counsellors.
Before making an appointment with a psychotherapist, be sure to check that they are listed in the Board's 'Register of Psychotherapists' and that the Register indicates that they have a current practising certificate.
Note: Psychotherapy Associations are independent of the Board and have their own operating structure, Code of Ethics and process for considering complaints.
Clarify www.clarify.co.nz e-learning developed by Claro Law
Clarify was developed by New Zealand's specialist health sector law firm Claro with valuable input from health sector groups.
There are six e-learning modules - each a self-help step towards better understanding your legal and ethical obligations and minimising avoidable outcomes - conveniently and cost-effectively.
Presented by specialist NZ health law experts, each module is around 60 minutes and includes studio-recorded video presentations with regular knowledge recaps. At the end is a final assessment and a certificate of successful completion.
ACC guidelines for the use of telepsychology in treatment of ACC clients
Click here to download the document.
Guidance on sharing information safely
The Ministry of Health has been working with Oranga Tamariki, the Ministry of Justice, ACC and other agencies to support the introduction of these changes across the social sector.
*a new information sharing scheme introduced by the Family Violence Act 2018 https://www.orangatamariki.govt.nz/working-with-children/information-sharing
*a new information sharing scheme introduced by sections 65A to 66D of the Oranga Tamariki Act 1989 https://www.justice.govt.nz/justice-sector-policy/key-initiatives/reducing-family-and-sexual-violence/a-new-family-violence-act/information-sharing-guidance/