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Psychotherapy and Counselling: Reflections on Practice
Psychotherapy and Counselling: Reflections on Practice provides a balance of engaging and in-depth stories and case studies from the inside of therapy. Representing the key practice modality sections of the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia, the book explores examples from a range of therapeutic practices, grounded in the theoretical and evidence frameworks of the modality or approach and supported by clear and authoritative commentary. ... Details
PACFA Brochures (Pack of 50)
The PACFA Counselling and Psychotherapy brochure is available exclusively to PACFA Clinical and Provisional Members. Members can include their contact details on the back of the brochure to help promote their services.

Brochures are sold at cost price and the price includes postage and handling.
PACFA Brochures (Pack of 100)
The PACFA Counselling and Psychotherapy brochure is available exclusively to PACFA Clinical and Provisional Members. Members can include their contact details on the back of the brochure to help promote their services.

Brochures are sold at cost price and the price includes postage and handling.
PACFA Brochures (Pack of 250)
The PACFA Counselling and Psychotherapy brochure is available exclusively to PACFA Clinical and Provisional Members. Members can include their contact details on the back of the brochure to help promote their services.

Brochures are sold at cost price and the price includes postage and handling.
College of Counselling: DV Webinar - Recording
What's love got to do with it? What all counsellors need to know about heterosexual Domestic Violence

Presented by Cathy Bettman

The College of Counselling will be exploring Power and Control: What all counsellors need to know about domestic & family violence



Saturday September 28th 2019

This webinar is for counsellors who don't have expertise in this area and whom would like to develop their knowledge and increase... Details
Symposium: Trauma Informed practice to suppor... - Recording
Dr Judith de Lang
Trauma Informed practice to support people with lived experience of trauma

‘Trauma informed care’ is now a familiar term to most people in the helping professions but what does it really mean? And how do we provide it?

What happens when we see a client for the first time and they tell us we are their ‘last chance’? Or that they are suicidal? What do we do with a client who tells us they have been diagnosed with one or more... Details
Symposium: A Gestalt Therapy approach to work... - Recording
Madeleine Fogarty & Dr Jelena Zeleskov Djoric
A Gestalt Therapy approach to working with trauma

In contemporary life people live in the environment which can be defined as trauma society. People are highly stressed and under pressure in many areas of their life. The concept of trauma has been researched in numerous fields and different treatment models try to compete in their effectiveness and efficacy. Evidence-based practice in psychotherapy has become a gold... Details
Symposium: Keeping the body in mind - Recording
Narelle McKenzie
Keeping the body in mind

In this webinar Narelle will be drawing on a specialist area, Radix Body Centred Psychotherapy to present some basic concepts underpinning effective work with trauma clients. As part of the presentation there will also be demonstration of some practical somatic interventions to address trauma that can easily be incorporated into traditional therapeutic approaches.
Focus will be given to:
• Identifying subtle... Details
Symposium: Working with complex developmental... - Recording
Dr Ruth Lawson-McConnell
Working with complex developmental trauma: Insights and clinical applications from attachment theory, emotion regulation and interpersonal neurobiology

Trauma usually occurs in the context of relationships. Developmental stuckness can be the outcome of severe early trauma. With recent research in the field of neuroscience we have come to understand the hopefulness of neuroplasticity to heal early wounding in the brain. Our understanding of... Details
Symposium: Trans adolescents trauma: Bullies... - Recording
Elizabeth A Riley
Trans adolescents trauma: Bullies, Blades and Barricades

This workshop aims to support clinicians to work therapeutically with gender diverse adolescents by providing a particular focus on ways they are negatively affected by their experiences and perceptions of interpersonal and intrapersonal environments. The myriad of challenges confronting gender diverse adolescents includes often unrecognized forms of pressure, oppression and restrictions. As ... Details
Symposium: Post-trauma reconstruction with re... - Recording
Dr Radika Santhanam-Martin
Post-trauma reconstruction with refugee families – is there a role for institutions?

When individuals and families go through traumatic displacement, their sense of connection and belonging to their social networks and communities get severely disrupted. In this period of profound transition, families must recreate, reimagine and reconnect, amidst a new set of people, places and spaces. It is during this transition time that families and... Details
Symposium: Climate change trauma – Impacts an... - Recording
Merle Conyer
Climate change trauma – Impacts and therapeutic response

How often does trauma from climate change risks and effects come up in your therapeutic conversations? To what extent has this been mentioned in your therapeutic training? Awakening to the implications of climate change for our own and the next generations can lead to an existential shattering of deeply held assumptions and beliefs. Pre-traumatic stress, eco-anxiety, solastalgia, psychoterratic... Details
Online Therapy Basics Webinar - Recording
So many counsellors and therapists are being asked to provide an online service to clients who wish to transition to online therapy and many new clients will want to begin therapy online. So, what could possibly go wrong? How hard can it be?

Delivering a safe, quality and ethical therapy service online requires understanding the differences between the face to face and the online space. It also requires a confidence with the technology and an understanding of the... Details
Tuning Relationships with Music - Recording
PACFA Webinar Recordings

PACFA Victoria Branch: Introduction to a clinical intervention with traumatised parent-child dyads – Tuning Relationships with Music

Tuning Relationships with Music® is a systemic music-based intervention that was developed by Dr Vivienne Colegrove for parents and their adolescents who have high levels of conflict in their relationship, where the parent has experienced abuse or neglect in childhood. TRM was developed as the result of ... Details
College of Counselling:  DV in LGBTIQ communities -Recording
What’s Important to know about working with DV/FV in the LGBTIQ community

Presented by Anthony Lekkas
with a discussion panel : Don Secomb, Trish Thompson and Kieran O'Loughlan

The College of Counselling will be exploring Power and Control in a series titled: What all counsellors need to know about domestic & family violence

In this interactive presentation, Anthony Lekkas, who is a social worker, counsellor and LGBTIQ family violence... Details
Children's experiences of family violence - Recording
PACFA Webinar Recordings

College of counselling presents: Children's experiences of family violence: The most in need, the last to receive

In this webinar, Emma Hodges and Jane Parkinson will present on the practice issues in working with young children who have experienced DV/FV. Emma is a counsellor and researcher who is one of a handful of Infant Mental Health practitioners in Victoria specialised in supporting children 0-5 years living in refuge,... Details
Relationships and the Death of a Child - Recording
PACFA Webinar Recordings

ACRC presents: Working with Relationships in the context of the Death of a Child/ Young Person

This presentation will examine the additional strain, stress and complexity imposed on a relationship following the death of a child/young person. There will be an examination of the reasons for this, the common pitfalls that couples can fall into and things to be mindful of as practitioners in this field. Theoretical input about grief as... Details
Understanding the AQF, Indigenous critical pe... - Recording
*This presentation contains the image and name of a deceased Aboriginal person.*

Webinar Series: Recognition of Indigenous Healing Practices in Australia and Aotearoa

In mid to late 2019 the ACCAPE college of PACFA organised a series of webinar's to address the urgent need for training and accrediting of Indigenous practitioners and educators, working with transformative methods and issues of cultural misappropriation.

They sought to discuss... Details
Trauma Integrated Indigenous Healing Approaches - Recording
Webinar Series: Recognition of Indigenous Healing Practices in Australia and Aotearoa

In mid to late 2019 the ACCAPE college of PACFA organised a series of webinar's to address the urgent need for training and accrediting of Indigenous practitioners and educators, working with transformative methods and issues of cultural misappropriation.

They sought to discuss processes and protocols that are working and how these fit within the current and changing AQF... Details
Indigenous Psychotherapy in Aotearoa - Recording
Webinar Series: Recognition of Indigenous Healing Practices in Australia and Aotearoa

In mid to late 2019 the ACCAPE college of PACFA organised a series of webinar's to address the urgent need for training and accrediting of Indigenous practitioners and educators, working with transformative methods and issues of cultural misappropriation.

They sought to discuss processes and protocols that are working and how these fit within the current and changing AQF... Details
Truth Telling in Indigenous Community - Recording
Webinar Series: Recognition of Indigenous Healing Practices in Australia and Aotearoa

In mid to late 2019 the ACCAPE college of PACFA organised a series of webinar's to address the urgent need for training and accrediting of Indigenous practitioners and educators, working with transformative methods and issues of cultural misappropriation.

They sought to discuss processes and protocols that are working and how these fit within the current and changing AQF... Details
Cultural Difference and Cultural Competency - Recording
Webinar Series: Recognition of Indigenous Healing Practices in Australia and Aotearoa

In mid to late 2019 the ACCAPE college of PACFA organised a series of webinar's to address the urgent need for training and accrediting of Indigenous practitioners and educators, working with transformative methods and issues of cultural misappropriation.

They sought to discuss processes and protocols that are working and how these fit within the current and changing AQF... Details
Methamphetamine and Relationships - Recording
PACFA Webinar Recordings

ACRC presents: Methamphetamine and Relationships

Supporting people who identify issues with their own or someone else’s’ methamphetamine use can be complex, particularly because of the stigma and discrimination they experience. Join Dr Suzie Hudson to gain some information about the impact methamphetamine use can have on relationships and some of the co-occurring issues that people face that may have them reluctant to reach out for... Details
How to work with anxiety in the therapeutic space- Recording
PACFA SA Presents: How to work with anxiety in the therapeutic space

COVID-19 has heightened and amplified the most common presentation in therapy: anxiety.
We are all coping with grappling the technology; delivering our services via phone and video link; the existential anxiety of what our future will look like and the loss of the co-regulation we all depend on with our family and friends.
Anxiety does not change the way it works, only what it attaches to. ... Details
College of Counselling: Elder abuse - Recording
Elder abuse: When getting old gets dangerous, working with DV/FV in our ageing population

Presented by Dr Rosalie Hudson

The College of Counselling will be exploring Power and Control: What all counsellors need to know about domestic & family violence

Saturday June 20th 2020

Domestic and family violence perpetrated towards our senior population was exposed with the Royal commission into Aged care, which will provide its final... Details