Hi there! This website,, is owned and operated by Australia New Zealand Process Oriented Psychology Inc., ABN 92 121 298 936. If you have any questions, concerns, complaints or need further information about the site, please contact:

Liz Scarfe – ANZPOP Executive Director, PO Box 2095, Salisbury, QLD, 4107, Australia,


This document sets out the Terms and Conditions you need to be aware of when using this website and enrolling in any of the programs, workshops and seminars listed on this website. Please take a moment to read them, as they set out your important rights and obligations. When you visit this website or enroll in any of the programs, workshops and seminars listed you agree that you are over the age of 18 and willing to be bound by these Terms and Conditions. If you don’t accept this agreement, you should not continue to visit this website nor attempt to enroll in our programs or workshops.


All products and services advertised on this website are offered in compliance with Australian Consumer Law.


General Disclaimer

On this website you will find information about formal and informal Process Work study programs. This information is provided solely for you to decide if these courses are right for you.


ANZPOP takes care to provide detailed up-to-date information about our programs but cannot be held responsible for how you use this information and the decisions you make based on this information. If you require further information from us please visit the contact page and submit your queries – it is your responsibility to get the information you need.


Prospective students/participants are responsible for their own decision to enter into training and/or attempt a career in counseling, psychotherapy or facilitation. A change of mind part-way through the course, for whatever reason, does not release the student/participant from the financial obligations as entered into when enrolling in the program, workshop or seminar.


Each training program has its own specific Terms and Conditions and you need to read, understand and agree to these prior to accepting an offer of a place in these programs.


Prospective students/participants are also responsible for discerning if they are able to cope with experiential group learning environments. Studying process-oriented programs requires students to not only learn new skills but to also engage in their own personal development. Sufficient self-care practices and supports are required and are the responsibility of the student, including seeking one-to-one therapeutic support.


Students and participants in all ANZPOP programs, workshops and seminars are expected to behave respectfully to each other, faculty members, venue staff, property etc at all times. Students/participants unable to behave respectfully may be asked to leave the venue immediately. Disrespectful behaviour includes but is not limited to verbal or physical abuse, intoxication, careless endangerment of another person, theft, sale or possession of drugs or weapons, obstructive or disruptive behaviour, harassment or discrimination based on race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, or physical ability.


While we engage in best-practice website security ANZPOP is not responsible for viruses or any other damage that may occur as a result of users downloading documents from our website.


ANZPOP is not responsible for the content of any external links on our website.


Intellectual Property

All images and text on this website are the intellectual property of ANZPOP and may not be downloaded, copied or otherwise replicated without expressed permission of ANZPOP. To obtain permission, please email with your request.


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