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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
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.
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.
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 Webinar Recordings

Supervision: Making the hours count
In order to make the hours count a practitioner needs to find a way to be safely vulnerable….how do the settings of group and individual supervision facilitate that?

The more we can be open and honest in supervision the deeper we can reflect and grow as practitioners, the better the client outcomes. Whether you are a supervisee (as all of us are) or also a supervisor, log on and experience... Details
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
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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 ... Details
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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... Details
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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... Details
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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... Details
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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... Details
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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... Details
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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... Details
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The Working with Trauma Online Symposium took place on Friday 20 and Saturday 21 September 2019. There was a selection of presentations from PACFA’s 2019 Trauma Conference that were delivered in webinar format which helped to bring some of the outstanding presentations to a wider audience.

This was a great opportunity for those who missed the conference to have access to the great professional... Details
PACFA Webinar Recordings

ACRC presents: Conversion Therapy Webinar

The mental health challenges of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people have been well documented. LGBTI people from faith backgrounds often experience these with greater intensity and have additional issues to deal with including attempts to change their sexual orientation or block gender transitioning. Understanding the LGBTI faith person’s worldview as well as the... Details
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PACFA Webinar Recordings

Working therapeutically with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the area of healing and recovery from trauma - By Dr Graham Gee

Keynote Address at PACFA Conference 2019

Dr Graham Gee will draw on clinical experience and research to explore some of the unique challenges involved in supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait... Details
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PACFA Webinar Recordings

Keynote address at the 2019 PACFA Conference

The Context of Trauma - by Miriam Taylor
Although traumatic events may be experienced as random and meaningless, they always happen in a context. The hidden story of how trauma weaves its way into many aspects of society is every bit as clinically relevant as the one the client is aware of.... Details
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PACFA Ethics Committee presents: Code of Ethics - Webinar

The best way to really understand the Code of Ethics and how it can impact on your practice is to use it. Bring the Code of Ethics to life with some examples based on real scenarios that will challenge your thinking and stretch your perspective!

The webinar was developed by Simone Falvey-Behr and Maxine Rosenfeld but is presented by Simone and Maxine was not able ... Details
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ACRC presents: Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual – but in a straight marriage

People find themselves in mixed orientation marriages for a variety of reasons; generational, geographical, religious, family or cultural pressures or just an overwhelming need to be ‘normal’. Some come to a realisation later in life. Others have lived in denial. Many come to a point where the cognitive dissonance of living two personas becomes too stressful and... Details
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College of Counselling: Working With Issues of Dependency

An exploration of substance abuse, gambling and pornography addiction

In this webinar the College of Counselling explored the issues of working with dependency. In particular, how to work when substance abuse, gambling or pornography becomes a problem for the client.

Many counsellors feel out of their depth when the issue of dependency or addiction... Details
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PACFA Research Forum Webinar

What counts as legitimate knowledge in psychotherapy and counselling: Considering evidence-informed practice.

PACFA has recently released an updated statement on the use of evidence to inform practice in psychotherapy and counselling. This new statement emphasises ‘evidence-informed’ rather than ‘evidence-based’ practice, to acknowledge wider debates and developments in research epistemology... Details
Eligible practitioners may apply for listing on the PACFA National Register as a PACFA Accredited Supervisor. PACFA Accredited Supervisors are Clinical Registrants whose practice includes the provision of professional supervision to counsellors and/or psychotherapists.

Pre-requisites to apply for listing as a PACFA Accredited Supervisor;

Before applying to become a PACFA Accredited Supervisor, a practitioner must be listed on the PACFA Register. Applicants... Details
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