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Call for Occasional Research Papers

The PACFA Research Committee recently published the first in a series of Occasional Research Papers.

You are invited to submit a paper on the evidence base of counselling and/or psychotherapy for publication on the PACFA website

Guidelines for Expressions of Interest to submit Occasional Research Papers

  • Papers must be well written in an academic style using the APA referencing style (6th ed.)
  • The content of submitted papers must be a scholarly review of a modality or topic that contributes to the evidence base of counselling and psychotherapy in Australia
  • Papers are to be 3,000 – 4,000 words in length
  • Abstracts are to be no longer than 300 words

The PACFA Research Committee will review submitted papers within four weeks of submission and may require revision in a timely fashion prior to publication.

The Committee reserves the right not to publish papers that do not align with these guidelines.

For more information contact: Prof Ione Lewis, natresearch@pacfa.org.au.

Download the Call for Occasional Research Papers flyer