Although in some ways only a disciplinary matter concerning boundary violations raising the usual issues, Health Care Complaints Commission v Mayr [2017] NSWCATOD 52 is of interest for the scope of the protective orders made. In addition to cancellation of the practitioner’s registration as a psychologist, the orders constrained the practitioner further in that he was prohibited from providing the following health services, whether as public, private or volunteer, unless and until he obtains re-registration as a psychologist:
(a)   community health services;
(b)   counselling;
(c)   health education services;
(d)   mental health services
(e)   supervision or coaching of psychologists, psychology students or any allied health services, and;
(f)   welfare services or any allied health services necessary to implement the above services.

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