News & Announcements

  • Needed: Marketing Team Members

    PACCP is looking for team members to be involved in developing and implementing marketing strategies…for more information click here>>

  • Name Change

    As of May 24, 2014, the Professional Association of Canadian Christian Counsellors (PACCC) has changed our name to the Professional Association of Christian Counsellors and Psychotherapists (PACCP).

  • 2015 National Conference

    2015 National PACCP Conference and AGM to be held in Saskatoon, SK on May 22-23, 2015, featuring Dr. Curt Thompson.  The topic will be “Through Shame and Beyond:  The Counselling Journey”

  • Cornerstone Counselling Services Regina Looking for part-time, private practice Clinician

    Cornerstone Counselling Services in Regina has space available for a counsellor interested in a part time, private practice position.  Please contact Mary Ross at mary@mprcounselling.com or 306-522-2272 for further information.

  • Office Space Available-Winnipeg, MB

    Part-time or Full-time Professional Office Space south end of Winnipeg (3527 Pembina Highway).  Cost is $5 (+GST) per hour. For more information, call Gerry Pettyjohn at Living in Freedom Therapy (204)292-5058.

  • Job Opportunity - Lethbridge, AB

    Crossroads Counselling Centre looking for a Registered Psychologist (Contract)…see more>>

Articles by Members

Abused Woman

Counselling a Woman Traumatized by Severe Abuse by Jodi Bryant

ABSTRACT (originally published with the Scientific Research Journal of Psychology) The manuscript is a case report on a newly married Christian wife and mother of 3 children who sought help at a college counselling service for substance dependence and marital problems. Her past sexual trauma had manifested as severe traumatic reactions, which had contributed to a […]

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Resilience by Doug Wildman

The Remarkable Case of Malala Yousafzai Few People embody the quality of resilience more than Malala Yousafzai. At 14, she was already speaking out publically against the oppressive Taliban Regime in her native Afghanistan. A future that did not include education for girls was a fate worse than death in Malala’s mind. That conviction would […]

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