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October 2018

August 2018

Book Review | Marriage is for Grown Ups

August 15th, 2018|

Noel Giblett is a Clinical Social Worker with 30 years as a relationship counsellor and 40 years of Marriage. His book titled ‘Marriage is for Grown Ups’ is for those Relationships and Marriages that are strongly committed and into enriching their relationships. Noel has provided the reader with a mix of his professional experience with personal insights and wisdom. There are some very interesting chapter titles such as ‘Men are from Earth, Women are from Earth,’ a play on ‘Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus’.

The title of the book portrays […]

May 2018

Award for Distinguished Contribution to Family Therapy in Australia Honour Roll

May 23rd, 2018|

1994- Margaret Topham and Moshe Lang

1995- Family Centre, Anglican Social Services, Lower Hutt, Aotearoa/NZ

1996- Bouverie Centre

1997- Colleen Brown

1998- Max Cornwell

1999- Kerrie James

2000- VAFT

2001- Brian Stagoll

2002-David Epston

2003- Anne Sved-Williams

2004- QAFT & Malcolm Robinson (Special 25th Anniversary Award)

2005- Carmel Flaskas

2006 – Tom Paterson

2007- Helen Pavlin

2008 – Glenn Larner

2009 – Amaryll Perlesz

2010 – Hugh and Maureen Crago

2011- Catherine Sanders

2012 – Laurie MacKinnon

2013 – Carolyn Quadrio

2014 – Banu Moloney

2015 – Pam Rycroft

2016 – Christine Hunt

2017 – Jeff Young

November 2017


November 10th, 2017|


ANZJFT is committed to producing a high quality Journal, which is also directly relevant to the busy practicing clinician.

The In-Practice Associate Editor will support the Editor in enhancing and maintaining the practice relevance of the Journal. This will include:

  • Developing guidelines for submissions that relate directly to practice
    •  Possibilities include developing a model for shorter, descriptive and reflective pieces that describe moments in therapy, clinical and ethical situations, and relate them to clinical, theoretical, ethical, or other relevant principles;
  • Developing ways for standard articles to […]

February 2017

AAFT 2019 Rural Family Therapy Grant

February 16th, 2017|

Professional Practice in Rural, Regional and Remote (RRR) Areas of Australia

Want to run a Professional Development Event, and could use some financial help to make it happen?
Do you have peers doing family work who would like to meet up regularly, and you need to hire a hall?

AAFT is committed to supporting qualified practitioners of family and systemic therapy in rural, regional and remote areas of Australia.
We offer Grants of up to $500 each to support ongoing professional development and promotion of family and systemic therapy practice.

The Rural Grant is open to Clinical Members of AAFT. You will need to meet […]