The International Society of Sport Psychology Registry (ISSP-R) ethical code for sport psychology practice

Authors: Quartiroli, A., Kavanagh, E. et al.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/34024/

https://www.issponline.org/index.php/issp-r-ethics-code

Publisher: International Society of Sport Psychology

The International Society of Sport Psychology (ISSP) aims to be the leading international and inclusive organization focused on the development of sport psychology in all regions and cultural areas of the world, promoting professional impact in the global community through research and practice. As a global organization, ISSP encompasses professionals that render services to individuals, groups and the society at large, who ought to have ethics to guide their engagement in rendering services. Such code of ethics will protect the members’ interest so as to comply with their underlying practice as well as it will contribute to guarantee the protection of the clients.

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Authors: Quartiroli, A., Kavanagh, E.J. et al.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/34024/

eISSN: 1557-251X

ISSN: 1612-197X

DOI: 10.1080/1612197X.2020.1789317

© 2020, International Society of Sport Psychology. The International Society of Sport Psychology (ISSP) aims to be the leading international and inclusive organisation focused on the development of sport psychology in all regions and cultural areas of the world. In 2019 with the advent of the ISSP–Registry, a renewed need for an up-to-date code of ethics for practitioners that reflected the mission of the registry and supported the international community of sport psychology practitioners became apparent. As such, a group of 24 scholars and practitioners from North and South America, Europe, Asia, and Oceania collaboratively worked on the development of this code of ethics. Each of the 22 contributors was asked to develop a principle or a standard that could be embraced and implemented by practitioners in their country and wider geographical area of work, within the reasonable limits imposed by cultural, legal, and professional differences. Once all the contributions were received, the two first authors of the Code reviewed, modified, completed, re-organized, standardised, compiled, and finalised the final version. The edited final copy was then submitted for a cultural review to a small sub-group of contributors located in different geographical areas around the world. Once finalised, the code was presented to the ISSP Managing Council, for approval. The resulting Code of Ethics aims to embody the mission and the value of the ISSP and its Registry.

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Authors: Quartiroli, A., Kavanagh, E.J. et al.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/34024/

eISSN: 1557-251X

ISSN: 1612-197X

DOI: 10.1080/1612197X.2020.1789317

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