Category Archive: Rhys Price-Robertson

Editorial: Reflections on psychotherapy and counselling from COVID-19 lockdown

Return to Articles Rhys Price-Robertson, PhD, PACJA Editor, Alexandra Bloch-Atefi, PhD, The University of Adelaide, Tristan Snell, PhD, Deakin University, Elizabeth Day, PhD, Auckland University of Technology, and Gina O’Neill, Master of Gestalt Therapy, The Relational Institute.       In this time of great uncertainty, we can at least be sure of this: the COVID-19 pandemic …

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Editorial note: Special issue on working with trauma

Return to Articles Rhys Price-Robertson, PhD, PACJA Editor.   I am excited to introduce this Special Issue of the Psychotherapy and Counselling Journal of Australia (PACJA) on working with trauma. This issue follows the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia’s (PACFA) successful 2019 conference on the same topic. I invited Emeritus Professor Judy Atkinson to …

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Editorial: What we write about when we write about psychotherapy and counselling

Return to Journal Articles Rhys Price-Robertson, PhD, PACJA Editor   This journal is a forum for people to share their writing on psychotherapy and counselling. To enter this forum, writing must meet certain criteria. There are the explicit criteria of academic style and prose (e.g., word count, referencing style, line spacing). And then there are the …

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