PACFAPsychotherapy & Counselling Federation of Australia, Inc.
PACFAProtection and Care of Families against AIDS (Rwanda)
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In the 2004 PACFA survey, the most frequent primary theoretical orientation was psychodynamic (30%), followed by eclectic/integrative (26%), then humanistic/existential/experiential (12%).
In the 2004 PACFA survey, private practice was by far the most frequently cited work setting (51%), with 43% of therapists reporting that their primary place of employment was solo private practice, 7% reporting group private practice, and 1% were employed within a private practice setting (Schofield, 2008a).
This aim of PACFA has been partially achieved for many who were previously unregulated.