New Zealand Journal of Counselling

 The New Zealand Journal of Counselling is a publication of the New Zealand Association of Counsellors. The Journal’s aim is to promote counselling practice and research that reflect the unique cultural context of Aotearoa New Zealand, respecting and encouraging the partnership principles of Te Tiriti o Waitangi/The Treaty of Waitangi.

The Journal is a forum for the sharing of ideas, information, and perspectives on matters of common concern among practitioners and those undertaking research in the field. In the content of the Journal, the Editors wish to be inclusive of a wide range of topics and perspectives, representing the diversity of interests within the profession.

The co-editors are Margaret Agee and Philip Culbertson.

Current Vol 36 (2) 2016

A fifth article, Cultural safety: Towards postcolonial counselling practice? Alastair Crocket, has been included in the Journal print version but because it is a republication of an article that was originally published in the UK it is only available in that form and not on the website. Interested readers could contact the NZAC national office to obtain a print copy of this issue.  There is a charge for members of $20.00 (incl GST) and for non-members $25.00 (incl. GST) for this to be posted to you.

An evaluation of the Otara Health Charitable Trust Teen Dads Programme
Aueanau John Sadaraka-Robert, Catherine Dickey, Danielle-Crystal Lama, Fale Uaine, Kaivelata Tu’atalatau, Meliame ‘Iongi, Melissa Lund-Jackson, Seble Gebremichael
Erika Lamb and Wendy Holley-Boen
A counsellor's response to helping tertiary students overcome social anxiety-related difficulties
Nisarg Anna Dey and Jan Wilson
Stories of students transitioning from positions of "shame and hiding" to "whole-hearted" living
Nisarg Anna Dey and Jan Wilson


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