International Association for Counselling (IAC)
1966 Neuchâtel Switzerland
1966, Neuchâtel (Switzerland), as International Round Table of Educational Counselling and Vocational Guidance -- Table ronde internationale pour l'orientation scolaire et la guidance professionnelle. Name changed to International Round Table for the Advancement of Counselling (IRTAC) -- Table ronde internationale pour le développement de l'orientation (TRIDO) -- Mesa Redonda Internacional para el Desarrollo de la Orientación. Present name adopted Apr 1997. Registered under Belgian law, 13 Apr 1971.
Serve as an international leader and catalyst for counsellors and counselling associations by advancing culturally relevant counselling practice, research and policy to promote wellbeing, respect, social justice and peace worldwide.
Events2021-08-09 | Kuching, Malaysia – Conference
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