The Institute of Private Practising Psychologists has been representing privately practising psychologists in South Australia since 1981.
The IPPP has been a peak body of private practitioners in SA.
The founding president of the IPPP, Eugene Alfred (Gene) Whitford (1918-1997), was the first psychologist in private practice in the state and was the main driving force in the establishment of many key psychology organisations in South Australia and Nationally. These included The Australian Psychological Society and The Psychologists’ Council of South Australia.
[Find a copy of the IPPP Constitution by navigating to: Members Area>Members Only>Resources>Administration, or, if logged-in as a Member, click here.]
The aims of the Association, named as the “Institute of Private Practising Psychologists” include:
Since its beginning, the Institute has been the peak private practice organisation of psychologists in South Australia.
The Institute has been involved in many strategies and initiatives on behalf of the members and the private practice profession. These included the following: