Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

No, ACSA is not a registration board or organisation.

No, ACSA can act as a comprehensive portal to a wide range of information about various opportunities for training.

To be apart of an Australian-wide community, of individuals who are interested and have a passion to develop their own skills in clinical supervision. As well as being keen to promote CS and are involved in offering clinical supervision to others.
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There is the opportunity for members to communicate via the ACSA social media platforms, Facebook and Instagram. There are also some local member meetings held in some states.  

If ACSA members would like to have opportunities for clinical supervision together, this would be organised by the individual members themselves.

No, there are no special entry qualifications.

You can pay for your membership via Paypal or with a debit or credit card.  


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