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Counselling and Psychotherapy Services :: About CAPA

CAPA's aims

CAPA is the peak New South Wales Counselling and Psychotherapy Association.
CAPA was established to provide a forum for professional counsellors and psychotherapists and it works at the State and Federal level to further the interests of its members. CAPA is a member association of Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA).

CAPA members are practitioners with a diversity of training and specialty areas. All members meet the criteria set down by CAPA, at the State level, and PACFA, at the national level. These criteria cover training, client contact hours, ongoing professional development, supervision, insurance requirements, ethics, complaints handling and good governance.

The aims of CAPA are:

CAPA's contributions

CAPA fulfils responsibilities to practitioners, the counselling and psychotherapy community, the general public including those attending or wishing to attend counselling and/or psychotherapy, the State and Federal governments.

For CAPA member practitioners, we:

For the counselling services and psychotherapy community CAPA:

For the public we provide:

For the government, we provide: