No. To honor the well-accepted tradition in all professions and to avoid the fallacy of misrepresenting propaganda, HKADCP refrains itself from acting as a self-advocate in hiring situations. We adhere to the ethical principle of esteeming all individuals in the profession, and thus, discourage any and all forms of employment discrimination.
On the contrary, potential employers are encouraged to use their own prudent discretion and make fair and independent assessments when selecting clinical psychologist candidates. HKADCP trusts that potential employers will be able to make fair evaluations and find clinical psychologists registered with HKADCP as eligible and competent candidates, based on individual qualifications, expertise and performance, rather than relying merely on self-promotion.