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Qualified Astrologers

How to find a qualified astrologer in Western Australia

When considering an astrological consultation there are many issues to consider, so how do you chose if you don’t already know of a good astrologer?
Some things to consider are:

  • Have you spoken to someone who can recommend the astrologer?
  • Does the astrologer have a recognised astrology qualification?
  • How long is the consultation?
  • How much does it cost?
  • Will you receive a tape or written record of the consultation?
  • Can you contact them afterwards to clarify any uncertain points?
  • Where will they conduct the consultation?

What is a qualified astrologer?
There are a variety of astrology schools in Australia which teach a structured astrology curriculum and test their students to ensure a flow of consistent and high quality of astrology practitioners into the community.

Astrologers who choose to attend a Federation of Australian Astrologers Inc (FAA) affiliated school, and successfully complete around 3 to 4 years rigorous training and examination process attain the FAA Practitioner's Certificate, and are entitled to use the letters QA (FAA) after their name in all advertising.

When entering the FAA exam system all astrologers are bound by a Code of Ethics and are committed to raising the professional image and standard of astrology in Australia.

The FAA national body has an Exam Board, which has developed a comprehensive examination system to ensure the continuing development of fully qualified practicing astrologers who aim for excellence in their profession.

The following astrologers, listed in alphabetical order, have achieved at least the QA (FAA) in Western Australia:

ROBYN BINKS Dip Astro (FAA)APA (FAA)

Carlisle
08 9470 1463

EDITH de BURGH Dip Astro(FAA)

Gingin
08 9655 3023

MARGIE CROCKER Dip AGE Intl APA (FAA) Grad Dip Psychotherapy BEd

Darlington
08 9272 7861
margiecrocker@westnet.com.au
www.constellationsastrology.com.au

JEANNETTE LEWIS-HILL Dip AGE Intl BA

Orion Academy of Astrology
Riverton
08 9457 1790
Jeannette Lewis-Hill

If you wish to be added to this list please provide your details to our webmistress

Dip Astro (FAA) Qualified Astrologer

A minimum period of three years part-time study is required to reach the standard necessary to gain the Diploma of Astrology (FAA) which entitles the Astrologer to put Dip Astro (FAA) after their name.

AAT = Accredited Astrology Teacher

To achieve the AAT qualification, the Astrologer must hold a Dip Astro (FAA)and have put at least six students successfully through the Calculation and Interpretation assessments. In those cases where two people are teaching in partnership, both must hold a Dip Astro (FAA), and eight students from the partnership must successfully complete the Calculation and Interpretation assessments.

APA = Member of Association of Professional Astrologers Incorporated

The astrologer must hold a Dip Astro (FAA) to be accepted as a member of the APA and can then put Dip Astro (FAA) APA FAA after their name,which also requires a commitment to ongoing professional development, including counselling skills, and adherence to the APA Code of Conduct


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