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Dr John Meteyard is a Senior Lecturer and Course Convener of the Master Counselling and Psychotherapy in the School of Counselling at the Australian College of Applied Psychology (ACAP), as well as a member of the Research Committee and former member of the Board of the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA).

He has been involved in the counselling profession as an academic , researcher, teacher , professional organisation representative and practitioner for the past 20 years. In addition to his work as a counselling academic at ACAP, Dr Meteyard is a practising counsellor and educational psychologist with over 10 000 hours of supervised counselling experience who works with a wide range of clients and presenting issues, including Australian Aboriginal young people and families living in far northern Australian Indigenous communities . Dr Meteyard’s research and publication interests are also diverse covering areas including differentiation of self , counsellor training effectiveness , the state and development of the counselling profession in Australia , and psychoeducational assessment .

As well as his ongoing involvement in delivering counselling and educational psychology services in remote Australian Indigenous communities he has practiced in a number of cross-cultural and culturally diverse settings. These include developing and delivering Diploma and Bachelor level counselling courses in both Penang and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, between 2003 and 2013 , and working with refugee and immigrant young people and families in an English language immersion school in Brisbane, Australia. Dr Meteyard has two adult children and when not working as a counsellor or counselling academic enjoys travelling playing tennis , reading and watching rugby union.

A short list of recent publications includes:

  • Meteyard, J., & Gilmore, L. (2015). Psycho-educational assessment of specific learning disabilities: Views and practices of Australian psychologists and guidance counsellors. J. Psych. Couns. In Schools. 25(1), 1-12.
  • Meteyard, J., & O’Hara, D. (2014). Counselling Psychology :   A view from Australia. Counselling Psychology Review, 27 (4), 3-6.
  • O’Hara, D., O’Hara, F., Meteyard, J., & Andersen , K. (2013). Therapist characteristics of Self Differentiation and Epistemic style and their relationship with therapist dispositional hope. Australian Journal of Counselling Psychology, 33-39.
  • Meteyard, J., & Andersen, K. (2012). The effect of counselling training on differentiation of self, religious quest and epistemological development. Psychotherapy and Counselling Journal of Australia, 1(1).
  • Meteyard, J., Andersen, K., & Marx, E. (2012). Exploring the relationship between differentiations of self and religious questing. Pastoral Psychology, 61(3), 333-342.
  • Meteyard, J., Andersen, K., & OHara, D. (2012). The relationship between anxiety and managing interpersonal difference: Implications for counselling. Psychotherapy and Counselling Journal of Australia, 1.

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