Category Archive: Petra Bueskens

Editorial – Special Edition: Psychoanalytic Theories and Therapies

Return to Journal Articles Petra Bueskens, The University of Melbourne    This edition of PACJA promises an eclectic and exciting collection of articles under the broad theme of psychoanalytic theories and therapies. What characterizes these different articles – the first three in particular – is an analysis of analysis or, in Jon Mills’ terms, an internal …

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Editorial – Third edition of the Psychotherapy and Counselling Journal of Australia (PACJA)

Return to Journal Articles Petra Bueskens, The Australian College of Applied Psychology   Creating a professional identity is a long process beginning with the establishment of a disciplinary base, the development of education and training, the consolidation of professional organisations and, finally, government and societal recognition.  One of the challenges for psychotherapy and counselling in …

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Editorial – Second edition of the Psychotherapy and Counselling Journal of Australia (PACJA)

This second volume of PACJA begins with an article by Denis O’Hara and Fiona O’Hara on the need for an integrative approach to psychotherapy and how this will help with our collective, albeit fractious, identity…

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