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The May 2015 issue of Counselling Aotearoa, the "external" newsletter of the NZ Association of Counsellors / Te Roopu Kaiwhiriwhiri o Aotearoa includes stories about the MASsiVe awareness raising hikoi, ratios for School Guidance Counselling, a new young people's service, a national planning hui regarding sexual and domestic violence and counselling education at Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology. more...
The New Zealand Association of Counsellors will offer whatever support it can to assist Labour MP Kelvin Davis with his hikoi to raise awareness around sexual violence. more...
The NZAC wants the government to re-instate ratios for schools guidance counsellors. more...
A new service aimed at helping young people discuss mental health and addiction issues has received the enthusiastic backing of NZAC National Executive member, Jenny Jackson. more...
Sexual and domestic violence are prevalent issues within New Zealand society. Specialists, academics and survivors amongst others, have been fighting for decades to encourage legislative change and secure stable funding. more...
Teaching students a wide range of counselling modalities and styles is key to fostering effective, tailored therapy, says the programme co-ordinator of the Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology’s (NMIT) Bachelor of Applied Social Science (Counselling), Raewyn Laurenson. more...

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