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Counselling Aotearoa April 2017

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The April 2017 issue of Counselling Aotearoa, the "external" newsletter of the NZ Association of Counsellors / Te Roopu Kaiwhiriwhiri o Aotearoa includes stories about NZAC ensuring stakeholders of counselling are informed about the robustness of enhanced self-regulation, NZAC welcoming recommendations from the Privacy Commissioner's Report into the MSD proposed data collection policy, calls for more in-school support to deal with rape culture in NZ, Te Ahi Kaa Gay Puketapu-Andrews and Ethics Convenor Sue Webb to attend The International Counselling Conference in Buenos Aires and Shirley Pastiroff shares the benefits of her mindfulness-based counselling and mindful parenting solutions. more...
The NZ Association of Counsellors (NZAC) will soon ensure various stakeholders of the counselling profession are thoroughly informed about the robustness of its enhanced self-regulation. more...
The New Zealand Association of Counsellors (NZAC) welcomes the recommendations of the Privacy Commissioner’s Report into the Ministry of Social Development’s (MSD) proposed policy which would allow them to collect individualised client level data from NGO agencies which they fund. more...
Nationwide action is needed in New Zealand schools to prevent one in three girls before age 16 experiencing sexual assault, and avoid one in seven boys being sexually abused by adulthood. more...
Advocating for New Zealand’s disempowered is a key NZ Association of Counsellors (NZAC) philosophy, but so too is having a presence on the international counselling stage. more...
Specialising in mindfulness-based counselling and mindful parenting solutions, Shirley has become a household name in East Auckland. more...

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