Ms Nadia Abraham – Prohibition Order – Conditions Met

14 September 2022

On 8 December 2016 the Health Care Complaints Commission (the Commission) made the following prohibition order:

Nadia Abraham is prohibited from providing any counselling or psychotherapy services on a paid or voluntary basis for a period of 2 years from the date of this decision, that is, from 8 December 2016.

Before returning to the provision of counselling or psychotherapy services, Nadia Abraham must provide evidence to satisfy the Commission that:

  • she has completed and been awarded level 5 qualifications in a counselling course from an institution that is accredited under the Australian Qualifications Framework (AFQ); and
  • the counselling course completed to attain level 5 qualifications included an ethics component.

The conditions embedded in the order have now been met and the Commission is satisfied Ms Abraham no longer poses a risk to public health and safety. As such, ongoing orders are no longer required.

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