Faculty

Jenny McFadden

Jenny McFaddenJenny is an AACTA Instructor, University Lecturer and Coach in private practice.
She has been working with individuals and groups for many years. She says the unique combination of her training in PCT with the information and techniques from Quantum Science and Energy Medicine is very powerful and extremely effective in helping people and organisations be in control in an ever changing world.

jenny@aacta.org.au


Don White (retired)

Don WhiteDon White has been a teacher for most of his life having taught at primary, secondary and tertiary level. As a former high school Principal in Sydney’s south-west, Don has led schools through the change process. Improving human relationships is the common thread that runs throughout all of the courses that Don teaches. He has created whole-school programs in violence prevention, conflict resolution and mediation, Control Theory, Restitution and Teaching for Quality Learning Outcomes. Don blends theory with practice. He draws from a lifetime of his own experiences as well as the work of many of the best educational practitioners in the world. He is an Act 1 Instructor and Faculty Member in The International Association for Applied Control Theory and a founding member of the Association for Applied Control Theory Australia (AACTA inc.)

Judy McFadden (retired)

Judy has worked as a teacher and Psychologist for over 50 years; having examined all the different therapies that have come into vogue over those years, she maintains that any therapy which is successful can be explained by Perceptual Control Theory (PCT), and PCT will underpin and strengthen any attempt at helping people to gain strength in their lives.

In addition to working in schools and in private practice, she has been teaching PCT and its applications since 1991 to people in many walks of life in all states of Australia and in North America, Hong Kong and New Zealand. She has published four books based on Control Theory, for educators, parents and dieters. She is a founding member of AACTA. She believes strongly that a PCT-based perception of life offers the most powerful information anyone can have if they want to achieve a balanced and happy existence.