Post Graduate IPC COUNS 456
Couplework | Relationships
Continuing professional development,
Qualifications & Team
Continuing Professional Development
Narrative Practice Certification Module, The Dulwich Centre, South Australia
B Ed University of Waikato.
Assoc. Sci. BYUH., Laie Hawaii.
Post Graduate IPC COUNS 456 Conflict Resolution: Restorative Approaches, University of Waikato
I meet with a supervisor regularly.
She is a member, registered with the NZ Association of Counsellors (NZAC).
All matters discussed within the session are kept confidential. This means I don’t disclose anything we talk about to a third party.
Years of tertiary study
Most recent year of post-graduate studies
Unconditional Positive Regard
Within my practice I offer confidentiality and the belief to offer unconditional positive regard to all participants in the session, without regard to age, ethnicity or gender. In doing so, I strive for fairness by seeking balance and equality around speaking and listening across both participants within the session.
I believe that each person’s story has an equal right to be told. And to be heard.
I invite all clients to enter into a Client/Practitioner Agreement before our first meeting or session. This is to seek total transparency about how I work before any work is begun. This sharing helps you know what to expect.
I hold membership, registered with with Resolution Institute (RI), the largest organization supporting couple conflict resolution in Australia and New Zealand. Couple Relationship Insights come from my subscription to a post modern approach.
Registered with Resolution Institute, the professional organization that supports me in my practice.
I take and keep notes during each session. The notes are expressly for tracking client progress so that I can accurately resume your relationship work at future sessions.
New clients engage in a client-practitioner agreement where the commitment holds me to serve each client professionally