Narrative therapy is a collaborative therapy. Counsellors bring a genuine curiosity to counselling conversations that explore difficulties in the light of the hopes and purposes, understandings and preferences clients hold for their lives.
(a) To promote well-being of people in our communities through expanding and enhancing counsellors’ narrative therapy education, training, and research;
(b) To maintain a close relationship with narrative therapy counsellor training providers;
(c) To gather funds to provide financial support for counsellor candidates, to enable them to acquire specialised support in connection with their narrative therapy studies;
(d) To promote mutual relationships with counselling organisations that embed the sprits of narrative practice in their activities;
(e) To design and deliver or facilitate the delivery of relevant workshops that will advance the academic excellence of the counsellor students.
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On Tuesday 4th July 2023, a group of 17 practitioners and counsellors were treated to a wānaga by Dr Ihirangi Heke, “Redefining wellbeing: taiao ki te tangata.” In his kōrero Matua Ihi shared his Atua Matua framework of health and wellbeing. He explained it as a model which draws on Māori indigenous knowledges of wellbeing,…
Our Board members
David William Watson
Sandy Xinyi Lie