3.01: Do not discriminate unfairly.
3.02: Do not engage in sexual harassment.
3.03: Do not harass or demean based on any variables.
3.04: Avoid harming humans psychologists interact with. Minimize harm where it is foreseeable and unavoidable.
3.05: Refrain from entering into multiple relationships if it will impair objectivity, competence, or effectiveness or risks exploitation or harm to the individual.
3.06: Psychologists avoid taking on roles where relationships will impair objectivity, competence, or effectiveness of the functions being provided. Also, avoid relationships with possible harm or exploitation due to conflict of interest.
3.07: When working with third parties, psychologists clarify the nature of the relationship, who’s the client, and how will the services be provided.
3.08: Psychologists do not exploit individuals through an authoritative position.
3.09: In order to serve clients, psychologists cooperate with others accordingly.
3.10: Obtain informed consent for research, assessment, therapy, and consultations. When the individual is legal incapable, psychologists explain, obtain assent, and consider the individual’s best interest.
3.11: When providing services to or through organizations, clarify the nature, the type of services, who the client is, the likely use of the data, and who will have access to it.
3.12: Plan for interruption in services for illness, unavailability, or death.