Member forms for the AGM 2016

Dear members Attached are documents relating to the next NZAP AGM.  Click on each one below to download: AGM minutes 2015 DRAFT AGM Agenda 2016 Call for Nominations for Council Nomination Form Proxy Form Remit on Retired Membership Feb 11 revised

Ata Vol.19 Issue 1 published

Kia ora koutou. We are delighted to announce that the online version of Ata is now available to NZAP members. You are only a couple of clicks away from interesting and high quality peer-reviewed articles, which are downloadable as individual files or as a complete issue. The articles range from the centre of Australia to […]

Advances in Relational Psychotherapy

  Title Advances in Relational Psychotherapy About The vast influence of Relational Psychoanalysis in the last 25 years has evolved into one of the most significant paradigm shifts in the field, impacting on almost every psychotherapy modality. This package offers a set of videoed talks on relational theory and practice, presented by some of most […]

Membership Reapplication Flowchart

If you are a full member who needs to reapply for membership, this chart outlines the steps to follow Here is a pdf of the flowchart: Reapplication Flowchart

Audio Clips For NZAP Members – Philosophy of NZAP – Te Reo – Translation- Discussion

   3 Audio Clips available NZAP Philosophy Te Reo discussion with Pele Fa’auli and Te Tau Ihu o Te Waka o Maui (filed under About- NZAP Philosophy Te Reo Translation Discussion) Te Tau Ihu o te Waka o Maui/ Top of the South region of NZAP had two inspiring sessions with their Cultural Supervisor, Pele […]

2015 NZAP Conference Abstracts are now online

The 2015  NZAP Conference abstracts are now online. They can be found in the drop down box under Conference 2015 or by clicking this link.

Clarification of Student membership

Student Membership of New Zealand Association of Psychotherapists Te Rōpū Whakaora Hinengaro Student members are enrolled in a course of study. They have completed at least one year and are engaged in gaining clinical experience through a work placement. As student members of NZAP they may: • Attend local branch meetings and be included in […]

Making Gambling Normal

This critique of gambling appeared in the Otago Daily Times on June 26. It is an attack on the normalization of gambling that has spread through Lotto and the supermarkets and, most recently, online games and technology. John Farnsworth emphasises these are important issues of public concern and action, particularly in election year.