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Counselling Aotearoa October 2017

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The October 2017 issue of Counselling Aotearoa, the "external" newsletter of the NZ Association of Counsellors / Te Roopu Kaiwhiriwhiri o Aotearoa includes stories about the newest member of the NZAC Executive, Miriama Tolo; mental health being a priority for both major political parties this election; NZAC featuring prominently in recent media issues regarding bullying, suicide and youth mental health; regular mental health checkups is the message from NZAC during Mental Health Awareness Week and World Suicide Prevention Day; and a story in which George Gribbin, who after recovering from a skiing accident, developed a new sense of empathy for people struggling to return to the workforce. more...
As a born and bred Wellingtonian, Miriama Tolo wants to enhance the voice of her region, and can now do so as the New Zealand Association of Counsellors (NZAC) newest executive member. more...
Saturday, 23 September saw one of the most anticipated elections in New Zealand for a long time. With each Party came different goals and different policies. However, it was clear that mental health is a priority for all Parties, and each has its own approach. more...
Bullying, suicide and youth mental health were very topical media issues during August and September and the New Zealand Association of Counsellors (NZAC) featured quite prominently in the coverage. more...
Kiwis must treat their mental health like they do their physical health – get a regular check-up. more...
After recovering from a skiing accident, George Gribbin has developed a new sense of empathy for people struggling to return to the workforce. He has an increased understanding of the traumatic lives with which some clients present and has lived the experience of the returning to work process. He now uses his specialised counselling skills to increase clients’ readiness for work. more...

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