Some­times our par­ent­ing skills and re­la­tion­ships need ex­pert help in per­son. Here are some ex­pe­ri­enced coun­sel­lors and coaches you could con­tact.

Parenting - - Time Out -

Steve Tay­lor | 021 259 2506


• Coun­selling - one-on-one, cou­ples, fam­i­lies,

teens, groups, em­ployee as­sis­tance • Su­per­vi­sion - qual­i­fied clin­i­cal, non- clin­i­cal,

and pas­toral su­per­vi­sion • Me­di­a­tion - par­ent­ing plans, con­flict res­o­lu­tion, rec­on­cil­i­a­tion, con­cil­i­a­tion, set­tle­ments, school sus­pen­sions/ex­clu­sions • Train­ing - work­shops, seminars, group

fa­cil­i­ta­tion, par­ents, staff

re­la­tion­ship­mat­ for client feed­back/ ser­vice re­fer­rals.

0800 196 970

sup­port­ shelley.south­gate@sup­port­

Mo­bile com­mu­nity-based ser­vice spe­cial­is­ing in sup­port­ing par­ents and fam­i­lies man­age their men­tal health and over­all well-be­ing. Our qual­i­fied Well­ness Coaches can sup­port you in the fol­low­ing ar­eas: • Cre­at­ing your own well­ness plan

Man­ag­ing dis­tress­ing emo­tions - re­lax­ation tech­niques, mind­ful­ness, sen­sory mod­u­la­tion, man­ag­ing neg­a­tive thoughts

Healthy life­style - ex­er­cise, nu­tri­tion, sleep and smok­ing ces­sa­tion

Man­ag­ing your daily tasks - es­tab­lish­ing a rou­tine and time man­age­ment

Es­tab­lish­ing re­la­tion­ships and so­cial con­nec­tions

Sup­port for fam­ily and car­ers Our Well­ness Coaches also have ex­per­tise in sup­port­ing new mums who are ex­pe­ri­enc­ing post-natal distress.

021 993 631


Chris­teen Mckay - Reg. Psy­chol­o­gist MA (Hons) Dip Clin Psych., Dip Tchg, MNZPSS

I of­fer coun­selling ser­vices for chil­dren, teenagers, fam­ily and in­di­vid­u­als.

Fam­ily Works North­ern

UP­PER NORTH IS­LAND (09) 437 6729 | (09) 639 2016 | (09) 269 1009 (07) 575 (07)

Whangarei Mt Roskill South Auck­land Tau­ranga Ro­torua north­ern.fam­i­ly­

Waitakere East Auck­land

Fam­ily Works sup­ports chil­dren and their fam­i­lies to strengthen re­la­tion­ships and ad­dress is­sues like vi­o­lence and con­flict through a range of ser­vices. One of these ser­vices is free coun­selling for chil­dren and fam­i­lies af­fected by abuse.

Chil­dren and young peo­ple up to age 17 can be re­ferred by fam­ily mem­bers or care­givers, or by a doc­tor, school, so­cial worker, or other agency. High school-aged young peo­ple can also ask for help them­selves.

The Par­ent­ing Place 300 Great South Road, Green­lane, Auck­land, 1051


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