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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 own stamp or sticker with contact details, on the back of each 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 own stamp or sticker with contact details, on the back of each 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 own stamp or sticker with contact details, on the back of each brochure, to help promote their services.

Brochures are sold at cost price and the price includes postage and handling.
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
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
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
ACCAPE: Thinking about Psychotherapy - Recording
Thinking about Psychotherapy: Practice-Process and Praxis

This is the first session in the 2020 ACCAPE Webinar Series:
Integrating a philosophy of practice into Counselling and Psychotherapy accredited training: New controversies and new challenges in 2020.

The major problems in the world are the result of the difference between how nature works and the way people think.
—Gregory Bateson, Steps to an Ecology of Mind, 1972

The first... Details
Boundaries and Record Keeping - Recording
PACFA Webinar Recordings

Over the time of running webinars about ethical practice two areas have repeatedly appeared as questions and issues that practitioners are concerned about. It is for this reason that we are focussing on these topics in this webinar.

Firstly, Boundaries - maintaining professional boundaries is integral to the and professional practice of therapy. It is also critical to the development of the therapeutic relationship between client... Details
Managing Resistant Clients - Recording
This webinar presented psycho-education, techniques and tools for therapists to work through, understand and therapeutically challenge resistance in clients.
Resistance during the therapeutic process is natural and common and can be presented in different ways. Understanding where the clients' resistance is coming from and being equipped with tools to work through it can be essential for a healthy therapeutic relationship. Although this is not just about the client, being... Details
101 of Being a Brotherboy - Recording
This webinar was organised by the LGBTQI+ Interest Group's Leadership Group as a part of their efforts in:

- elevating and increasing the visibility of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people's voices and community wisdom in the domains of genders, bodies, sexualities, and kinship,
- challenging systemic racism and colonising practices within LGBTQI+ spaces, within the counselling and psychotherapy fields, and across the mental health sector, and
-... Details
Tapping: Rapid Relief for Negative Emotions - Recording
This professional development webinar will give you a practical and theoretical introduction to three Energy Psychology approaches and how they can be applied to treating emotional problems. A live via video demonstration of the techniques which utilise tapping on acupoints to bring emotional relief:
· Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT)
· Simple Energy Techniques (SET)
· Intention-based Energy Process (IEP), or Intention Tapping
Including research evidence,... Details
Rising from Existential Crisis - Recording
An Existential Crisis is an event that challenges your entire life and turns everything upside down.

In this online event we shall consider what Existential Therapists and philosophers can offer to those in crisis. We shall look at the way in which people respond to crisis and how they can build their resilience in order to rise to the challenges put to them. This is as relevant to dealing with the impact of the pandemic as to dealing with other political, natural,... Details
LBQ women's kinship, family formation and parent - Recording
LBQ women form and find chosen families in innovative ways that reimagine family. This often helps them overcome marginalisation through entering the mainstream parenting community but can also create challenges for them as ground breakers. Ruth will discuss her personal, clinical and research-based insights into this dichotomy and how-to best support LBQ kinship as a health professional.

The focus of this webinar will be on LBQ women, including some LBQ women who also... Details
Working Effectively from a Somatic Perspective - Recording
Working for the NHS in a time-restrictive non-touch and goal-oriented environment for nearly 20 years, Courtenay will outline how he collaborates with patients from a somatic psychotherapy perspective and how this differs from how he engages with clients in a clinical practice outside of the NHS. Courtenay works from the perspective of being an embodied therapist, able to relate with patients and clients at a variety of different levels. He promotes pragmatically: ‘what works’ for... Details
Do and Think Differently – Using your privilege - Recording
Racism is a barbaric form of genocide that only serves to enforce and perpetuate colonial violence. This genocide is enacted not only through physical violence, but also through administrative and social means, including through the actions of counsellors, psychotherapists, supervisors, and practitioner training programs. For generations, racism has continuously removed the freedom of my people. It eradicates and racialises peoples that are other than white. In our black lives,... Details
The biosocial model of borderline personality di - Recording
PACFA QLD Webinar: The biosocial model of borderline personality disorder (BPD)

12/3/21

Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is often described as a 'behavioural' problem - at times not even considered a 'true' mental illness. This presentation will describe the biosocial model of BPD which explains how the transaction of biological and environmental factors lead to a bona fide mental illness. Recent neurobiological findings will also be... Details
Culturally Informed, Trauma Integrated, Healing - Recording
Dadirri – Inner Deep Listening and Quiet Still Awareness
Working with Indigenous community members.

Realising the widespread impact of generational trauma for Indigenous Australians by exploring ‘history of place’.

Rebuilding connection to community, family and kin, country, culture, body-mind and spirit-spirituality through;
• Creating culturally safe environments.
• Finding and telling our stories.
• Making sense of the... Details
Affirmative Practice: LGBTQI+ People and Forced Displacement
GBKS Interest Group Presents:
Affirmative Practice: LGBTQI+ People and Forced Displacement

LGBTIQ+ people more broadly report much poorer mental health outcomes. For those who have been forcibly displaced those experiences are exacerbated by both the history of complex trauma and challenges in settlement experiences in Australia. despite the need to access mental health support, often LGBTIQ+ forcibly displaced people do not receive this support for a number of... Details
Accredited Supervisor Application Fee
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
Master Insurance ACT
Purchase this insurance if you reside in ACT. This payment covers the insurance from January to June
Master Insurance NSW
Purchase this insurance if you reside in NSW. This payment covers the insurance from January to June