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Safeguarding Children and Young People: Every Psychologist’s Responsibility | BPS

The model outlines systems and factors which can affect a child, and guides psychologists in the best practice of how to consider these, make decisions and safeguard children.

This document is intended to:

  • Guide safeguarding best practice for psychologists
  • Help psychologists to think about thinking and decision-making;
  • Be a professional resource for all psychologists throughout their careers;
  • Be psychologically informed;
  • Be reflective of the shift from child protection to thinking about safeguarding ALL children.

https://www.bps.org.uk/news-and-policy/safeguarding-children-and-young-people-every-psychologists-responsibility

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