Image: Drawing from a child in detention submitted as part of the National Inquiry into Children in Immigration Detention 2014.
Source: Australian Human Rights Commission
Entering private practice
At some point in their career most counsellors and therapists consider the possibility of setting up a private practice. This is a major decision and one which requires plenty of planning. If you think you’re ready for the responsibility here is some advice and information on the role ACWA can play.
The first question to ask yourself is do you have the necessary skills and time? This is not just about being an experienced and professional practitioner; it’s also about having the business know-how and acumen. We may all dream of being our own boss one day but operating a private practice means you will have new responsibilities and accountability for errors.
Read the full blog post here