"In PACFA’s five years of existence it has brought together 42 counselling/psychotherapy associations. In that time, it has not been able to establish a uniform set of:Download document (PDF): PACFA-response.pdf
In this time, PACFA has not been successfully able to produce a common peer-reviewed journal, negotiate insurance policies, negotiate health-fund provider numbers a single private health provider nor produce any common membership benefits and services..."
- complaints procedures;
- membership levels;
- membership fees;
- public education material;
- or counsellor/psychotherapist training standards.
Tuesday, 16 May 2006
More PACFA failures.
From Australian Counselling Association (ACA) Response to the PACFA Discussion Paper: Best Practice self-regulatory model for psychotherapy and counselling in Australia:-