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Counselling Aotearoa September 2016

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The September 2016 issue of Counselling Aotearoa, the "external" newsletter of the NZ Association of Counsellors / Te Roopu Kaiwhiriwhiri o Aotearoa includes stories about World Suicide Prevention Day this month, technology's impact on the counselling profession, new approaches to counselling and a new game to help battle depressive thoughts and the newest member to the National Executive, Ellen Altshuler. more...
World Suicide Prevention Day could not be any timelier for many Kiwis, following a recent spate of suspected suicides in Kaitaia and on the South Island’s West Coast. more...
In an ever-changing youth culture, school guidance counsellors need all the tools available to them to keep updated with information, research and best practice. more...
The counselling profession is undergoing changes as a result of technology, but it’s a transformation that Mandy Pentecost says is underpinned by NZAC principles. more...
Accessible and effective tools that helps teenagers confront and overcome issues is a good thing, says New Zealand Association of Counsellors school guidance counselling portfolio holder Sarah Maindonald. more...
Good communication is critical to any healthy relationship, a focus newly elected NZAC Executive member Ellen Altshuler will develop with members in her new role. more...

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