Category Archive: Latest News

New Resources Available for NDIS Registration Support

PACFA encourages any members who are interested in providing services under the NDIS to visit NDIS Registration Support website recently developed by Allied Health Professions Australia (AHPA). AHPA is also hosting a series of webinars for allied health providers about NDIS registration.

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PACFA response to the Australian bushfires – further information for members

In response to the Australian Bushfires, PACFA has updated its Disaster Response Strategy.and created a Disaster Response and Recovery page on the PACFA website. The Australian Government has also recently announced $76 million for initial counselling sessions, extra Medicare-funded consultations, an expansion of headspace services and ongoing community recovery initiatives.

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PACFA response to the Australian bushfires

On behalf of the PACFA Board and our members, we extend our sympathies to all communities across Australia directly affected by the catastrophic bushfires, and to all Australians impacted by the ongoing effects of this national crisis.

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Special Issue of PACJA – Working with Trauma

We are delighted to announce that a special issue of the Psychotherapy and Counselling Journal of Australia (PACJA) on Working with Trauma, has just been published on the PACJA website. The special issue follows on from PACFA’s very successful Working with Trauma conference in February this year.

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iMIS has arrived – PACFA’s new membership system is now live

Stage one of the new PACFA membership system iMIS is live.  We now have the member portal up and running and we invite our members to take the time to log on and have a look around, and to check that all of your profile details are up to date. 

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PACFA Conference 2021 – Safety in therapy: Balancing risk and healing in an uncertain world

PACFA is proud to announce the theme of our next bi annual conference, which will be held in Adelaide form the 30th April to 2nd May 2021: Safety in Therapy: Balancing Risk and healing in an Uncertain World.

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IMIS is almost here

We are excited to announce that PACFA is moving to a new membership system which will be launched to members in early December.  The system is called iMIS and is a well-established membership database that is used all over the world.

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Psychotherapy & Counselling Today launched

Psychotherapy & Counselling Today is a non peer-reviewed professional journal, in printed magazine format, which aims to provide PACFA members and a broader reading audience with stimulating and informative reading on psychotherapy and counselling in Australia.

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PACFA representative on NSW Victims Services Professional Advisory Panel

PACFA is pleased to announce that PACFA Clinical Member, Merle Conyer, has been nominated as PACFA’s representative on the Victims Services Professional Advisory Panel for NSW.

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Productivity Commission Mental Health draft report and public hearings

The Productivity Commission has released it draft report into mental health, and is continuing its series of public hearings across Australia.

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