RCAA

Rehabilitation Counselling
Association of Australasia

Membership Eligibility

The Constitution of the RCAA states that full members “must possess a tertiary qualification in Rehabilitation Counselling from an accredited degree program at an Institution recognised by the Association”. In this context RCAA guidelines are consistent with other professional associations where a specific qualification is required for full membership.

We accept members from other Rehabilitation Counselling degrees based on a review of academic transcripts.

Applicants’ qualifications are reviewed on an individual basis, however, minimum requirements include a tertiary level Rehabilitation Counselling qualification. Applicants are required to provide RCAA with a copy of their academic transcript for consideration and review.

Applicants with non-tertiary qualifications are not accepted for RCAA membership.

Psychology, Social Work, Health Sciences, Human Services or other related qualifications are considered with a specific Rehabilitation Counselling major.

Processing of applications may take up to two weeks, however this may vary.

If you have any questions, please contact admin@rcaa.org.au for further information.

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