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Counselling Aotearoa July 2016

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The July 2016 issue of Counselling Aotearoa, the "external" newsletter of the NZ Association of Counsellors / Te Roopu Kaiwhiriwhiri o Aotearoa includes stories about NZAC's outgoing president, Robyn McGill always having the association's best interests at heart, NZAC's extensive consultation process regarding self-regulation or statutory registration, a social networking support feature to help 'de-stigmatise' mental illness, an amended teaching resource released by EDUCANZ including counselling competencies and NZAC's support for Christchurch's mayor amidst criticisms for its proposed $1 million spend on mental health support for Cantabrians. more...
Throughout her NZAC presidency, Robyn McGill has always had the best interests of the association and its members at heart. more...
NZAC is getting its extensive consultation process underway this month, asking members to voice their preference for either self-regulation or statutory registration. more...
A new social networking support feature is getting the thumbs up from NZAC counsellors. more...
Following extensive input from the NZAC School Counsellors Advisory group, the Education Council (EDUCANZ) has released an amended teaching resource that now includes counselling competencies. more...
NZAC is backing Christchurch City Council amidst criticisms for its proposed $1 million spend on mental health support for Cantabrians. more...

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