Policies and Procedures
Alongside the Student Handbook, the IEFT academic policies and procedures listed below provide students with everything they need to know to succeed and prosper in their learning:
Code of Professional Conduct
The Institute operates within the Code of Professional Conduct relating to the Emotionally Focused services provided by academic teaching staff, supervisors and students. The Code establishes IEFT’s commitment to the maintenance of high standards in the provision of professional counselling, therapy and supervision services. This Code covers consulting and professional relationships. Academic teaching staff, supervisors and students, according to their professional training and memberships, may also relate to criteria determined by the Psychology Board of Australia, Australian Psychological Society (APS), Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA), Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW), Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australian (PACFA), and Australian Counsellors’ Association (ACA).
NSW practitioners who are members of the AASW, PACFA or ACA must practice within the NSW Code of Conduct for Unregistered Health Professionals.
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