Organisme de formation agréé par arrêté ministériel du 10.08.2016
In 2001, the Psychology Society Luxembourg (SLP) introduced a Code of Ethics which establishes clear guidelines for ethical issues within psychological practice and research.
Any member of the SLP has the obligation to adhere to the prescribed code of ethics.
THE SLP’S CODE OF ETHICS
The SLP’s Code of Ethics aims to protect the well-being of anyone who interacts with Luxembourgish psychologists; to encourage ethical behavior within the psychological profession; and to promote high-quality psychological services.
You may download the SLP’s Code of Ethics (Download)
The SLP’s Code of Ethics is inspired by the European Federation of Psychologists Association’s ethical meta-code.
The SLP’s Code of Ethics is endorsed by the following organizations:
ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR PROFESSIONAL ETHICS (CCD)
The SLP offers advice and support regarding ethical matters and may adjudicate on complaints directed against the professional conduct of its members. In 2006, an advisory committee for professional ethics was established. This committee evaluates the SLP’s Code of Ethics in regular intervals and gives advice on interpretation of the code when applied to specific cases.
Members of the CCD (mandated from 2016 to 2021)
| ||Michaelis Thérèse, Psycholog,|
|Heyman Alix, Psycholog, |
|Greisen Max, Psycholog||Profil
|Meyer Diane, Juristin||Juriste, médiateur agréée
Luxembourgeois, français, allemand, anglais
Maîtrise en droit, diplôme universitaire en médiation, Certificat en médiation familiale internationale
|Tres Michel, Philosoph||Enseignant de philosophie (Enseignement secondaire classique et général)
Formateur disciplinaire à l’IFEN (Formation des enseignants de philosophie)
Maître en philosophie, mention en esthétique
Questions about ethical issues may be sent to the SLP by email.
Complaints regarding the professional misconduct of an SLP member may be sent to the SLP by email or by post. You may download our “Rules on processing complaints” [Download]