Philip Armstrong

Philip has over 25 years of experience being involved in numerous capacities within the Vocational and Higher Education sectors.

Faculty Bio

Philip has over 25 years of experience being involved in numerous capacities within the Vocational and Higher Education sectors. He also has an extensive background in research and authoring and editing textbooks and peer-reviewed journals. Philip was a regular guest lecturer at the University of the Sunshine Coast lecturing in Ethics tithe Masters of Counselling students and is a Senior Industry Fellow of the University of South Australia and a Fellow of the Australian Counselling Association. He has been an invited speaker at international conferences in Italy, India, China, Philippines, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia,Australia and New Zealand.

Only some of the many Curriculum boards Philip has been involved in:

2020: Course Advisory Board, Master of Counselling, Australian College of Applied Psychology

2019: Course Advisory Board, Bachelor of Counselling Torrens University  

2018: Course Advisory Committee,Bachelor and Master’s Degree in Counselling delivered by AIPC.

2017: Course Advisory Board, Master of Counselling, Divinity University

2016: Chair, Industry Reference Group, Community Services, under the Department of Education

2013: Member of the Monash University review board for Masters of Counselling degree

2013: Member of Cairnmillar Institute review board for Masters of Counselling degree

2011: Member of the National Eating Disorders Collaboration Interdisciplinary Group

2011: External review board for Monash University (Master of Counselling)

2011: Course advisory board, AIPC Bachelor of Counselling

2011: Course advisory board Australian Institute of Psychology, Bachelor of Psychology 

2011: Development board - Voc Grad Dip Counselling Supervision

2010: Development board – accredited Cert IV of Counselling Supervision

2008: Development board - Graduate Diploma of Counselling, Metavision

2007 - 2008: IRG - Develop the First generic Diploma of Counselling

2006: Attorney Generals Department(IRG), Skills Training Council to develop Vocational Graduate Diploma in Family Therapy

2006: Development Board, Bachelor of Counselling Degree delivered by AIPC (Higher Education)

2006: Development Board, South Bank TAFE, Graduate Certificate in Counselling

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