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Counselling Aotearoa October 2016

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The October 2016 issue of Counselling Aotearoa, the "external" newsletter of the NZ Association of Counsellors / Te Roopu Kaiwhiriwhiri o Aotearoa includes stories about voting dates set on registering the counselling profession under the Health Practitioner's Competence Assurance Act, a collaborative effort from educational stakeholders to determine good guidance and counselling guidelines in schools, an introduction to NZAC's newly appointed executive member Jenny Manuera, wrapping up Mental Health Awareness Week and continuing its message and the importance of advocating for those who are disempowered. more...
The eleventh hour draws near as a date has been set for the vote which will determine the counselling profession’s future. more...
A collaborative effort from a consortium of educational stakeholders will soon result in the release of new guidelines to support good guidance and counselling in schools. more...
So acutely mindful of the counselling profession is NZAC’s newly-appointed Executive member Jenny Manuera, she hopes to further cement the Association’s respectability with an added Maori voice. more...
This year’s Mental Health Awareness Week has finished, helping to dispel the stigma of asking for help. more...
Advocating for those who are “disempowered”, young and old, is critically important to NZAC, says president Bev Weber. more...

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