The Australian College of Counselling and Psychotherapy Educators (ACCAPE) officially commenced operating from 1 July 2016.
ACCAPE is a national College dedicated to supporting counselling and psychotherapy educators and advancing counselling and psychotherapy education in Australia.
A Leadership Group has been established to lead the College and to plan activities for College members. Activities may include:
- Building a vibrant community of educators within the counselling and psychotherapy education field
- Sponsoring and fostering research
- Providing continuing professional development
- Providing opportunities for networking and peer support
Find out about College news by reading the College eNewsletter, the first edition of which was published in September.
Individual PACFA members receive membership of one PACFA College included with their membership. If you wish to belong to more than one College there is a fee payable as detailed in the Schedule of Fees.
To join the the Australian College of Counselling and Psychotherapy Educators, Applicants must meet the Australian College of Counselling & Psychotherapy Educators Membership Requirements.
- Full Member
- Associate Member
- Affiliate Member
Ethical Standards for Educators
Members of the Australian College of Counselling and Psychotherapy Educators are required to follow the PACFA Code of Ethics and any additional ethical standards relating to education practice as set by the College.
The College is currently updating its ethical standards and the updated standards will be posted on this page once they are finalised.