Fleur Smith

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Name: Fleur Smith
Date registered: August 13, 2019

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  1. PACFA Registrants now eligible to become EAP Assist Counsellors — September 28, 2020
  2. Emeritus Professor Judy Atkinson awarded PACFA Life Membership — September 23, 2020
  3. PACFA calls for Counselling and Psychotherapy Professional Pathways in Higher Education Funding Reforms — September 16, 2020
  4. PACFA Member Update: Victoria’s Coronavirus (COVID-19) Roadmap to Reopening — September 14, 2020
  5. Opportunities for PACFA members to participate in the latest Counselling research — September 9, 2020

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PACFA Registrants now eligible to become EAP Assist Counsellors

Counsellors with Australian tertiary qualifications are now eligible to become EAP Assist counselling providers.

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Emeritus Professor Judy Atkinson awarded PACFA Life Membership

The PACFA Board has awarded a PACFA Life Membership to Emeritus Professor Judy Atkinson in acknowledgement of her outstanding service to the psychotherapy profession through your her as an Educator and practitioner in the field of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Healing Practices.

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PACFA calls for Counselling and Psychotherapy Professional Pathways in Higher Education Funding Reforms

PACFA has made a submission in response to the Senate Inquiry into the Job-Ready Graduates Higher Education Reform Package to raise serious concerns regarding the impact of funding reforms in the current draft legislation on the Counselling and Psychotherapy profession.

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PACFA Member Update: Victoria’s Coronavirus (COVID-19) Roadmap to Reopening

As Victoria begins to gradually ease restrictions under the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Roadmap to Reopening, PACFA would like to thank our Victorian members for your dedication, patience and ongoing commitment to the health and well-being of your communities.

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Opportunities for PACFA members to participate in the latest Counselling research

There are currently several opportunities for PACFA members to participate in some of the latest research into the practice and experience of Counselling in Australia, through new research projects being conducted at the University of Notre Dame.

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PACFA responds to Higher Education Reforms

PACFA has made a submission in response to the Australian Government’s Job-Ready Graduates Package draft legislation, to voice our serious concerns about the potential impact of the proposed higher education funding reforms on the future of Australia’s mental health workforce.

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Updating Your Logs in the new iMIS Membership system

Now that PACFA’s membership renewal period has ended many members have started entering information for the 2020/2021 financial year and have discovered that the system for entering your Supervision, Client Hours and CPD works differently in iMIS.

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PACFA to introduce new Membership Pathways

At PACFA’s August Council Meeting, delegates gave very positive feedback on the proposal to introduce new Membership Pathways to enable more diverse practitioners to join PACFA. The proposal has now been signed off by the PACFA Board and PACFA is preparing to implement the new Membership Pathways in October.

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Call for Contributions to Psychotherapy and Counselling Today and PACJA Special Issue on COVID-19

Contributions are being sought for the next edition of Psychotherapy & Counselling Today, PACFA’s newly established psychotherapy and counselling journal and a special edition of PACJA, “Psychotherapy and counselling during and after COVID-19: Practical, political, philosophical, and cultural considerations”.

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PACFA Notice of AGM and Special Resolutions 

Eligible members, with voting rights in the PACFA Member Congress, have been advised that this year’s PACFA Annual General meeting will take place via Zoom at 2pm on Saturday 3 October. 

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