The Society of Australian Sexologists Ltd has a Code of Ethics and Practice that Members must abide by. This Code of Ethics applies to any activity that the Member undertakes professionally or personally which may affect their professional practice, either directly or indirectly.
Complaints must be made according to the Complaints Procedure outlined in the Constitution and By-Laws of the Society of Australian Sexologists Ltd.
Complaints must be initially made using the Society of Australian Sexologists Ltd Complaints Form (below).
Complaint enquiries can be directed to the Chair of the Governance and Ethics Sub-Committee firstname.lastname@example.org
Before making a complaint:
Please confirm the person you wish to complain about is either a Student Member, General Member or Accredited Member of the Society of Australian Sexologists Limited.
This form is designed to collect sufficient information for the Society’s Governance and Ethics Sub-Committee to assess the complaint as acceptable under the Society’s Constitution, By-Laws and Code of Ethics and Practice.
Completing the form
- It is important to include dates, times, places, and people that are relevant to this complaint
- If you require extra space, please email additional information and supporting documentation separately to email@example.com
- You will be required to provide the details of the complaint including:
- What happened?
- Who was involved?
- When did it happen?
- Why it caused you concern?
Once completed the form will be sent to the Governance and Ethics Sub-Committee for review in accordance with the Complaints Procedure outlined in the Constitution and By-Laws of the Society of Australian Sexologists Ltd.