Only use this format if there is no other category that fits the source better.
Date information on websites can vary so use the most detailed date information available on the page. Use (n.d.) if no date information can be located.
Only included a retrieval date if the information on the page is designed to change over time or is not archived.
When author and site name are the same the site name is omitted.
See Section 10.16 of the APA Publication Manual for more examples.
Ackerman, C. E. (2020, April 16). What is positive psychology & why is it important? PositivePsychology.com. https://positivepsychology.com/what-is-positive-psychology-definition
Fagan, A. (2023, May 30). Lazy is a lazy word. A personal perspective: Let's get rid of the word "lazy". Psychology Today. https://www.psychologytoday.com/au/blog/sin-bravely/202305/lazy-is-a-lazy-word
Black Dog Institute. (2018). Treatments for depression. https://www.blackdoginstitute.org.au/clinical-resources/depression/treatment
Australians Together. (2020, January 14). Who are indigenous Australians? Beyond myths and stereotypes. https://australianstogether.org.au/discover/the-wound/who-are-indigenous-australians/
Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia. (2017). PACFA: Code of ethics. https://pacfa.org.au/Portal/Prac-Res/Code-of-Ethics.aspx
State Coroner's Court of New South Wales. (2019, November 8). Inquest into the death of six patrons of NSW music festivals. https://coroners.nsw.gov.au/documents/findings/2019/Music_Festival_Redacted_findings_in_the_joint_
"The most important thing to understand about positive psychology is that it is indeed science" (Ackerman, 2020, "Theory and Concepts" section).
"We are professionally accountable for the services we provide, seeking to ‘do no harm’ and following all relevant laws" (Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia [PACFA], 2017, p. 3).
Avoid situations where the interests of the client are compromised by personal, professional or financial circumstances of the counsellor (PACFA, 2017).
Ackerman (2020) asserts that "the most important thing to understand about positive psychology is that it is indeed science" ("Theory and Concepts" section).
Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA, 2017) state that "we are professionally accountable for the services we provide, seeking to ‘do no harm’ and following all relevant laws" (p. 3).
PACFA (2017) recommend avoiding situations where the interests of the client are compromised by personal, professional or financial circumstances of the counsellor.