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 website in July. All will be part of the forthcoming 7th edition of PACJA when it is published later this year.

Latest articles can be cited using the author(s), year of publication, article title, journal, the phrase ‘Advanced online publication’, and the journal URL.

Thank you to the new PACJA Editor, Dr Rhys Price-Robertson, and members of the PACFA Research Committee who form the Editorial Board for PACJA, for taking the initiative to enable advanced access to PACJA articles.


From ethics to ethos: An expanded agenda for counsellor training and development 
Jim Schirmer

Applying the Radical Exposure Tapping protocol in the treatment of trauma-related emotional reactivity: A phenomenological case study 
Emil Barna & Denis O’Hara

Book Reviews

Emotion–Focused Counselling: A Practitioner’s Guide (2017) by Michelle A. Webster. Annandale, Australia: Annandale Institute, ISBN: 9780648048404 
Reviewed by Clare Stapleton

Counselling and Psychotherapy with Older People in Care (2018) by Felicity Chapman. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers. ISBN: 978 1 78592 396 8.
Reviewed by Di Stow