Volume 9, No. 1, April 2021

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Special Issue on Psychotherapy and Counselling During and After COVID-19: Practical, Political, Philosophical, and Cultural Considerations

Contents

Editorial
Keith Tudor & Rhys Price-Robertson

Articles

Indigenous psychotherapy, COVID-19, and the online space: Yarning about challenges and opportunities
Gina O’Neill, Taz Clay, Hinewirangi Kohu-Morgan, Bianca Stawiarski, Gavin Morris, Gávi Ansara & Keith Tudor

Reflections on online psychotherapy in the age of COVID-19
Louise Embleton Tudor, Gina O’Neill, Margot Solomon & Keith Tudor

Sharing experiences and positive outcomes from working as a psychoanalytic psychotherapist during COVID-19
Jude Piercey

Zoom, embodiment, and the analytic third
Joseph Lee, Lisa Marchiano & Deborah Stewart

Online couple therapy: Reflections from reluctant converts
Nic Beets & Verity Thom

Caring for a university community during the COVID-19 pandemic: Development of an online psychological support service (UCare)
Ana Sofia Caetano, Maria João Martins, Ana Carvalhal de Melo & Antonio Queiros

Zoomed out: Trainee psychotherapist perspectives on online clinical work during a pandemic
Elizabeth Day & Kerry Thomas-Anttila

COVID-19’s nudge to modernise: An opportunity to reconsider telehealth and counselling placements
Nathan Beel

Psychotherapy practice, education, and training during the coronavirus pandemic: Members of the editorial board of the Psychotherapy and Counselling Journal of Australia share their experiences
Keith Tudor (Ed.), Cathy Bettman, Alexandra Bloch-Atefi, Elizabeth Day, Timothy Hsi, Del Loewenthal, Poi Kee Low, Gina O’Neill & Emmy van Deurzen