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Development stages and settling, with Sharlene Poole
Thursday, 3 November, 10-11.30am
The value of routine for 4-12 months, with Sharlene Poole
Thursday, 10 November, 10-11.30am
Dealing with a disappointing birth, with Michelle Parkinson, Parts 1 and 2
Wednesdays, 16 November and 23 November, 7.30pm
Effective interactive play with young children, with Lucy Charles and Arul Hamill
Thursday, 17 November, 10-11.30am
Maximising the ipad’s potential, with Stuart Hale
Thursday, 17 November, 7.30pm
First aid for littlies, with Sarah Thompson
Thursday, 24 November, 10am
Babysitters' course Parts 1 and 2
Monday, 12 December, 10.30am-2.30pm
SPACE registration 2017, The heart of parenting and the growing child
For mums and babies (born in Nov, Dec and Jan), Wednesdays, 8 February-12 April
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.
09 918 5977 | 027 479 2274
Reg. Clinical Psychologist, MA (Hons), Pgdipclinpsych, MNZPSS
I provide psychological assessment and support for young people and their parents or caregivers for a wide range of emotional, behavioural, developmental and parenting difficulties. My approach is family-focused where I assist families in making changes and finding solutions that will lead to healthier relationships and increased emotional health and well-being. Office in Ponsonby.
friendship house He Whare Tangata
0800 348 7878 | 09 262 2322
Friendship House empowers people to build satisfying relationships and purposeful lives. One of the services we offer is counselling families with dependent children at risk of abuse, harm and/or offending.
Family Works Northern
UPPER NORTH ISLAND (09) 437 6729 | (09) 580 1284 | (07) 575 9709 | (07) 378 6480
Whangarei East Auckland Tauranga Taupo
Waitakere South Auckland Whakatane
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.