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Counselling Aotearoa April 2016

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The April 2016 issue of Counselling Aotearoa, the "external" newsletter of the NZ Association of Counsellors / Te Roopu Kaiwhiriwhiri o Aotearoa includes stories about the Hon Bill English highlighting the need to help the country's 'broken families', the Government's latest statistics of children aged 14 and under at risk of poor social outcomes,the school guidance resource receives overwhelmingly positive feedback from school principals, a draft comprehensive mental health framework helping NZ communities reduce the impact of mental distress, illness and addiction and and social bonds. more...
New Zealand Association of Counsellors president Robyn McGill is pleased to count Hon Bill English an ally in promoting social justice. more...
The Government’s latest statistics of children aged 14 and under who are at risk of poor social outcomes are a step in the right direction, says the New Zealand Association of Counsellors. more...
A school guidance counselling best practice resource recently produced by the New Zealand Association of Counsellors has been given the thumbs up throughout the country. more...
A draft comprehensive mental health framework that will contribute towards all New Zealanders thriving in their communities by reducing the impact of mental distress, illness and addiction is close to fruition, says NZAC president Robyn McGill. more...
It’s a mixed bag of answers from members of parliament concerning a social bond scheme in the mental health sector. more...

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