PACFA continues to negotiate exclusive arrangements with key companies and organisations in the mental health industry, as part of our advocacy for recognition of counselling and psychotherapy.
PACFA also runs a member-only jobs board where organisations looking to engage highly-skilled mental health professionals advertise directly through PACFA.
Private Health Rebates
PACFA has negotiated recognition of our members with several of Australia's largest private health funds, allowing eligible members to provide rebates to their clients with appropriate cover.
Employee Assistance Programs
10+ Employee Assistance Programmes accept eligible PACFA members as providers, with this number continuing to grow with our continued advocacy.
National Disability Insurance Scheme
The NDIS accepts eligible PACFA members as providers.
State-based work related injury bodies
Work-related injury bodies in New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, and Queensland are now registering eligible PACFA members. We continue our ongoing advocacy for recognition in other states and territories.
Trauma Support Directory
The Trauma Support Directory, developed with funding from the Australian government, is a national register of mental health professionals with the qualifications, skills and experience to provide complex trauma services for survivors of institutional child sexual abuse.
Victim Services NSW
Victims Services is a government agency and is part of the NSW Department of Justice. Victims Services provide counselling to victims of crime and their families, and friends of missing people.
PACFA has negotiated an exclusive arrangement for our members with Griefline for their Continuation of Care scheme. Only PACFA members are eligible for this scheme.