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September 2021

NZCCA Conference

September 16 @ 2:00 pm - September 18 @ 2:00 pm
Te Wharewaka o Poneke, Taranaki Wharf
Wellington,
$295 – $500

***CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19 LOCKDOWN*** 2021 NZCCA Conference Brochure (PDF) Indigenous Practices and Pathways Main Speakers David Moko MAIN SESSION 1 - Herenga to waka ki te whetu, kahore ki te titiwa… Tie your canoe to a star and not a glow worm. MAIN SESSION 3 - Poroporoaki - "It is finished" what did Jesus mean when he said this? Dr Alesana Pala'amo MAIN SESSION 2 - VA’AALO (BONITO CANOE) Pastoral Counselling: An Approach that Navigates VĀ (Relational Space) for…

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Navigating Intimacy workshop, Wellington

September 27 @ 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Wellington
$295

Navigating Intimacy Workshop flyer (PDF) Navigating Emotional and Sexual Intimacy in Relationships Many couples struggle to maintain both emotionally intimate and sexually fulfilling relationships in long term relationships.  Difficulties with intimacy, including desire differences are a common presenting issue for therapy. In this workshop we will explore the concepts of intimacy from a developmental and relational perspective discuss the relationship dynamics that impact intimacy utilize a range of models and interventions to enhance intimacy skills learn how to integrate sex therapy…

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November 2021

Mindful-Somatic approaches to working with acute and developmental trauma, Hamilton

November 8 @ 8:00 am - November 12 @ 5:00 pm
Waikato University Hamilton,
$1950 – $2250

Trauma Training flyer 10-day Comprehensive Training Program  There has been a steady movement within the field of trauma therapy over the past few decades towards the increasing recognition that (a) Psychological trauma (i.e., PTSD, acute & developmental trauma) is primarily held within the body and nervous system, and (b) Working directly with the body (via sensations, impulses, breath, posture, etc.) in a state of mindfulness is therefore key to resolving entrenched trauma conditions. In this highly experiential training, we’ll explore…

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Transformative clinical supervision, Christchurch

November 8 @ 8:30 am - November 9 @ 5:00 pm
The George Hotel, 50 Park Terrace
Christchurch, New Zealand
$630

Transformative Clinical Supervision flyer (PDF) “To be transformative is to cause, or be able to cause, an important and lasting change in someone or something; to inspire change or cause a shift in viewpoint” This advanced workshop will enhance your capacity as a transformative supervisor. It is designed for those with experience of clinical supervision in all contexts including psychology, counselling, psychotherapy, social work, law, and medicine. The programme includes didactic teaching, demonstrations, and opportunities to practice, utilising a ‘hear…

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Waka Oranga Seminar: Kaupapa Māori Study of Sibling Relationships

November 13 @ 12:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Whaiora Marae, 20 Otara Road, Otara
Auckland, New Zealand
$40 – $150

Kaupapa Māori Study of Sibling Relationships flyer (PDF) Poutama seminars provide learning steps that embrace Māori knowledge, promote Māori Health and create linkages to the growing diversity of interventions utilised within social/mental health communities in Aotearoa.  These marae-based seminars provide excellent professional development opportunities for a wide range of professionals. Kaupapa Māori Study of Sibling Relationships: A Pūrākau Approach This presentation will discuss a Māori worldview approach utilizing the traditional pūrākau about Tangaroa atua of the Moana and his atua siblings.…

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Waka Oranga AGM

November 14 @ 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
Whaiora Marae, 20 Otara Road, Otara
Auckland, New Zealand

Kaupapa Māori Study of Sibling Relationships Nov 2021 Poutama (PDF) Our AGM will be held the day after the Poutama on 13 November. We plan to engage in conversation about what membership of Waka Oranga means to us; also to discuss Māori health development and the new health reforms. AGM papers will be distributed to Waka Oranga and Associate Members nearer the date. All welcome. To register Please email wakaoranga2007@gmail.com including notification if you require accommodation on Saturday 13 November…

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Mindful-Somatic approaches to working with acute and developmental trauma, Dunedin

November 26 @ 8:00 am - November 27 @ 5:00 pm
Friends Centre, Dunedin, 15 Park Street
Dunedin, New Zealand
$1950 – $2250

Trauma Training flyer 10-day Comprehensive Training Program There has been a steady movement within the field of trauma therapy over the past few decades towards the increasing recognition that (a) Psychological trauma (i.e., PTSD, acute & developmental trauma) is primarily held within the body and nervous system, and (b) Working directly with the body (via sensations, impulses, breath, posture, etc.) in a state of mindfulness is therefore key to resolving entrenched trauma conditions. In this highly experiential training, we’ll explore…

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