QCA is expected to have a surplus of funds when it winds up on 30 June 2020, as part of the QCA transition to become the QLD branch of PACFA.
Members can put forward suggestions on how the funds can best be put to use to benefit the counselling industry by clicking here:
When putting forward suggestions, please note that the QCA constitution allows for the distribution of surplus assets to another entity, upon winding up the association, with the following conditions:
- The surplus assets must not be distributed among the members of the Association (QCA).
- The surplus assets must be given to another entity having objects similar to the QCA’s objects*.
- The objects* of QCA as outlined in the constitution are:
- To improve the quality of counselling and psychotherapy services for the community
- To promote the professional status, identity and visibility of counselling and psychotherapy in the community and amongst other professionals
- To enhance the growth, development and accountability of professional counselling and psychotherapy through ongoing education and supervision
- To promote a pathway to the national registers of Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA) and Australian Register of Counsellors and Psychotherapists (ARCAP).
- To promote the accepted Codes of Ethics of the Association and PACFA
- To provide members with information and educational resources
- To provide opportunities to network with other counsellors and psychotherapists
- To participate as a member association of PACFA
Queensland Counsellors Association Inc.
PO Box 3319, Bracken Ridge Q 4017
T 0411 468 369