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Coviu offer to PACFA Members

Posted on 16/06/2021
Coviu Telehealth Offer

  

University of Canberra Student Placements Required

Posted on 9/06/2021
The University of Canberra is seeking placements for their 2022 Counselling undergrad students, click here to find out more on how you can support them.

  

Vic Gov Financial Assistance Announcement

Posted on 7/06/2021
As you may be aware the Victorian Government has announced some financial support for eligible businesses through Business Costs Assistance Program Round Two.

  

Cross Cultural Training Opportunity

Posted on 1/06/2021
PACFA members may not know that PACFA President, Dr Di Stow is the Regional Representative (Oceania) of the International Association for Counselling (IAC).

  

New Partnership with WorkCover Queensland

Posted on 1/06/2021
We are very pleased to announce that from 1 July 2021, PACFA Queensland Clinical members will be invited to apply to register to provide services to WorkCover clients.

  

Telehealth Extensions

Posted on 1/06/2021
As part of Medibank and ahm’s COVID19 response, customers with eligible extras cover could access rebates for telehealth services provided by registered counsellors, psychotherapists, and psychologists.

  

Free AMHEE Webinar

Posted on 1/06/2021
Australasian Mental Health and Higher Education group are hosting four webinars to explore the Tapestry of Mental Health in Higher Education through Academic, Student, Professional and Technical Staff, and Research experiences.

  

Mind Medicine Partnership

Posted on 1/06/2021
PACFA is pleased to announce an exciting new partnership with Mind Medicine Australia for their inaugural Summit on Psychedelic Medicines for Mental Health

  

Call for Expressions of Interest to join the PACFA Professional Standards Committee

Posted on 1/06/2021
The role of the PACFA Professional Standards Committee is to ensure the consistency and currency of the PACFA Training Standards, Supervision Training Standards (STS) and the PACFA Register requirements and to write or review any guidelines for use

  

More than words, the CATSIHP is ‘reconciliation in action’

Posted on 31/05/2021
Judy Atkinson, Emeritus Professor and Bundjalung and Jiman woman, first challenged the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA) to take action to address the trauma of generations of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peop