Inaugural Edition of PACJA, Volume 1, No. 1, October 2012

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Contents

Editorial – The inaugural edition of the Psychotherapy and Counselling Journal of Australia (PACJA)
Sally V Hunter, Acting Editor of PACJA and Chair of the PACFA Research Committee

The relationship between anxiety and managing interpersonal difference: Implications for couples counselling
John Meteyard and Kirsty Andersen, Christian Heritage College, Brisbane and Denis O’Hara University of Abertay, Dundee, Scotland

Changing views of theory and practice in counselling: Multiple intelligences, eclecticism and the therapeutic alliance
Mark Pearson, The University of Notre Dame, Fremantle and Patrick O’Brien, The University of Southern Queensland, Darling Heights

Findings for practice from PACFA’s first literature review on family and relationship therapy: A commentary
Professor Ione Lewis, Australian College of Applied Psychology, Sydney

In the best interests of the child: Ethical challenges for counsellors and psychotherapists
Sally V Hunter, University of New England, Armidale

Research and evaluation in psychotherapy and counselling
Robert King, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane

The effect of counselling training on differentiation of self, religious quest and epistemological development
John Meteyard and Kirsty Andersen, Christian Heritage College, Brisbane

Literature review

The effectiveness of family and relationship therapy: A review of the literature
Phillipa Evans, Shelley Turner and Chris Trotter, Monash University, Melbourne

 

Book reviews

Book review of Hugh Crago and Penny Gardner’s ‘A safe place for change: Skills and capacities for counselling and therapy’
Elizabeth Day, Australian College of Applied Psychology, Melbourne

Book review of Michael Carroll and Elisabeth Shaw’s ‘Ethical maturity in the helping professions: Making difficult life and work decisions’
Carolyn Noble, Professor, Australian College of Applied Psychology, Sydney