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Counselling Aotearoa November 2016

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The November 2016 issue of Counselling Aotearoa, the "external" newsletter of the NZ Association of Counsellors / Te Roopu Kaiwhiriwhiri o Aotearoa includes stories about NZAC formal registration under the HPCCA Act, improving counsellor to student ratios to effectively treat teenagers’ complex issues, organisations are endorsing the People’s Mental Health Review Campaign, NZAC members continue to develop a ‘grassroots movement’ after MHAW and new National Executive member Warren Mason says it has room for further improvement. more...
Whether the counselling profession in New Zealand seeks formal registration under the HPCCA Act will be determined later this month when New Zealand Association of Counsellors members vote on the issue. more...
Improved counsellor to student ratios could effectively treat teenagers’ complex issues before they become dire, says Mangere College school guidance counsellor Kathryn Barclay. more...
Various health organisations are endorsing the People’s Mental Health Review Campaign, fronted by a group of New Zealanders including comedian Mike King and psychotherapist Kyle MacDonald. more...
While championing social justice is part and parcel of the NZ Association of Counsellors’ mission, a recent opportunity saw members continue to develop a ‘grassroots movement’. more...
From a voluntary group of counsellors to a powerful collective that can facilitate mental wellbeing change, the NZ Association of Counsellors has come a long way. more...

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