Margaret- Anne Carter National Chair for Counselling, Australian College of Applied Psychology, Brisbane, Australia
Margaret-Anne Carter is a highly respected teaching academic, researcher, professional and practitioner within the counselling field. Margaret-Anne has a broad knowledge base and a depth of experience in leading and building others’ capacity in areas related to her fields of expertise. Margaret-Anne values research- and evidence-based practice and strives to incorporate this into her current role as the National Chair for Counselling with the Australian College of Applied Psychology. Margaret-Anne has a proven track record in counsellor education in designing high-quality, up-to-date teaching and learning spaces and training resource materials on the basis of current research and legislation and tailored to diverse communities of practice. Margaret-Anne has proven outcomes in leading capacity building programmes in higher education and the wider community, and developing sustainable internationalized, multicultural and culturally responsive approaches to teaching, learning and assessment.