by Australia Counselling Member Christina Taylor “Joy and woe are woven fine, A clothing for the soul to bind.” William Blake Standing on the Californian coast at Big Sur is, in itself, a magical experience. However, for me, in March 2014, the excitement was in finally meeting a woman who had just been awarded the 2013…

Scott D. Miller, Ph.D is a researcher and psychologist who is interested in the efficacy of psychotherapy and how therapists can achieve clinical excellence with their clients. Dr Miller  is the founder of the International Center for Clinical Excellence an international consortium of clinicians, researchers, and educators dedicated to promoting excellence in behavioural health services. Dr. Miller…

Have you ever considered becoming a clinical supervisor, but are yet to do anything about it? Perhaps you’ve thought that supervisors form part of an elusive field that only a select few can practice in. Or maybe you haven’t thought about what else supervision could bring to your therapy practice or your clinical skills. There…

After the success of our online training series ‘A Fresh Look at Gestalt Therapy’, Australia Counselling is excited to announce that we are forming an online supervision group that will be facilitated by Australia Counselling member Michael Reed PhD. This group will meet online via video conferencing technology (see the example on the right) once…

Have you heard of the therapeutic approach called Family Constellations? Gestalt therapist Maria Dolenc is passionate about Family Constellation work and has trained extensively in this approach as well as run workshops throughout Australia and overseas. In this interview she shares:  What is a Family Constellation and Family Constellation work. How she became interested in…