Editorial note

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Rhys Price-Robertson


I am thrilled to introduce this special issue on Anti-Oppressive Practice in Psychotherapy and Counselling, which is the first issue of the Psychotherapy and Counselling Journal of Australia (PACJA) prepared by a Guest Editor.

Dr. Gávi Ansara was an obvious choice for this role. His commitment to anti-oppressive practice within communities of people with lived experiences of marginalisation, exclusion, and oppression provides inspiration for many, myself included. It has been my honour to assist Gávi in creating this important, timely issue.        

Many other people have contributed to the development of this issue, including Dr. Keri Lawson-Ta Aho, IlanaRei Goss, Dr. Alexandra Bloch-Atefi, Julia Bilecki, Dr. Kitty Vivekananda, and the members of the PACJA Editorial Board.


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