Any member or candidate at Newport Psychoanalytic Institute or member of the public who has an ethical concern about an NPI member or candidate, and wishes to make a confidential complaint to the NPI Ethics Committee can do so by sending an email to [email protected].
The NPI Ethics Committee serves as a central body dedicated to integrating ethical principles into institute life through educational, professional and institutional activities. Any member of the NPI community can approach the committee or its individual members to discuss an area of ethical concern or interest.
Ethical complaints from the general public are directed to both the NPI Ethics Committee and the NPI Board. Such complaints may include, but need not be limited to, dishonesty, discrimination or boundary violations. The committee listens to allegations and offers consultation; it has no disciplinary power, nor does it act as a judicial body. At times, the committee will refer a complainant to the appropriate licensing board or state agency. The Ethics Committee encourages discussion of ethical issues and questions with members, candidates and the institute at large.
Licensing Boards governing candidates, faculty and members: