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Name: PACFA PACFA
Date registered: October 8, 2013
AIM: 290 Park Street

Latest posts

  1. Changes to PACFA’s Supervision Training Standards and Accredited Supervisor requirements — September 23, 2020
  2. Latest Update: Overview of Restrictions in Victoria — August 7, 2020
  3. Flexible CPD and Supervision arrangements during the COVID-19 pandemic — March 26, 2020
  4. PACFA’s response to COVID-19 — March 26, 2020
  5. Call for articles – Special Issue on Anti-Oppressive Practice in Psychotherapy and Counselling — March 3, 2020

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Changes to PACFA’s Supervision Training Standards and Accredited Supervisor requirements

PACFA is very pleased to announce our Supervision Training Standards and the requirements to become a PACFA Accredited Supervisor have been updated. Effective from 23 September, supervision training no longer has to be 50% “in person”.

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Latest Update: Overview of Restrictions in Victoria

If you are located in Melbourne, you can continue to provide counselling and psychotherapy services as they are essential services. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) information indicates that counsellors and psychotherapists who are employed in counselling or psychotherapy roles or who are in private practice

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Flexible CPD and Supervision arrangements during the COVID-19 pandemic

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, PACFA is supporting practising members to meet the membership renewal requirements by putting in place flexible options for CPD and supervision.

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PACFA’s response to COVID-19

We are living through an extraordinary and challenging time with the unfolding coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. We are all dealing with personal as well as professional challenges during this time.

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Call for articles – Special Issue on Anti-Oppressive Practice in Psychotherapy and Counselling

Practitioners and researchers are encouraged to submit articles for a forthcoming Special Issue of PACJA on “Anti-oppressive practice in psychotherapy and counselling”.

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Update on Psychotherapy & Counselling Today

PACFA’s new professional journal, Psychotherapy & Counselling Today, was launched in November 2019 and is proving to be a big success at meeting members’ professional learning needs. Here are just a few examples of the positive feedback we have received …

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PACFA Registrants to be providers under Police Health and Emergency Services Health

PACFA is pleased to confirm that from 1 April eligible PACFA Clinical Registrants will be able to become providers for Police Health and Emergency Services Health.

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PACFA QLD Leadership Group – Call for Expressions of Interest

Members in Queensland are invited to consider volunteering to join the Leadership Group for the Queensland Branch of PACFA – PACFA QLD – which will be officially launched on 1 July.

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Psychotherapy & Counselling Today launching in November

PACFA is delighted to announce that Edition 1 of Psychotherapy and Counselling Today will be launched in November. Psychotherapy & Counselling Today is PACFA’s new non peer-reviewed professional journal, in printed magazine format, and the first edition will be available free of charge to all PACFA members. …

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Call for Abstracts – Gambling Harm Conference

The Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation is running a 3-day Gambling Harm Conference in March 2020.The Gambling Harm Conference is Australia’s only conference dedicated to addressing gambling harm in our communities. It brings together a diverse range of local and international speakers and delegates to …

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