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

Latest posts

  1. Psychotherapy & Counselling Today launching in November — October 1, 2019
  2. Call for Abstracts – Gambling Harm Conference — October 1, 2019
  3. Heterosexual domestic violence — October 1, 2019
  4. Results of 2019 NDIS survey — September 30, 2019
  5. PACJA Edition 7 published — September 9, 2019

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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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Heterosexual domestic violence

What’s love got to do with it? What all counsellor’s need to know about heterosexual domestic violence – A College of Counselling Webinar with Dr Cathy Bettman On a Saturday afternoon in late September Dr Cathy Bettman, couples therapist and educator, offered an unapologetically gendered presentation of violence within heterosexual intimate partnerships, the …

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Results of 2019 NDIS survey

PACFA’s College of Counselling recently conducted a survey of members about experiences with the NDIS. Thank you to all members who took the time to participate in the survey. 346 people participated in the survey indicating a great deal of interest in understanding the opportunities available to PACFA members as NDIS providers, and how to …

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PACJA Edition 7 published

Edition 7 of the Psychotherapy and Counselling Journal of Australia (PACJA), PACFA’s online research journal, has been published on the PACJA website. PACJA is an international, open-source, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to publishing original papers of quality.

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Joining PACFA is now easier

The Board has decided that where an Applicant for PACFA membership or registration has graduated from a program that is accredited by PACFA, there is no need to provide evidence of the supervised client hours completed during your training.

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Update on NDIS recognition

PACFA  has received confirmation that Provisional and Clinical Registrants are eligible to be NDIS providers is all States and Territories, subject to completion of government–accredited training. This news has arrived at the CEO’s desk after a lengthy engagement …

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Counsellors and Psychotherapists sought for research studies

PACFA supports the development of the evidence base for counselling and psychotherapy by promoting requests for participants for research studies. PACFA Members and other counsellors and psychotherapists …

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PACFA CEO lobbying Private Health Funds

The PACFA CEO, Maria Brett, has been engaging with a range of private health insurers (PHIs) to identify opportunities to increase private health rebates for services provided by counsellors and psychotherapists. During July, the CEO met with representatives of nine …

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Latest PACJA articles published

The latest articles being published in PACFA’s research journal, the Psychotherapy and Counselling Journal of Australia (PACJA), and now live on the PACJA website. Go to the PACJA website. Two new peer-reviewed articles and two book reviews were published at the PACJA …

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