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Date: This is a 2-day course, over Friday (28th) and Saturday (29th) May 2021. Friday: 9.30am-4.30pm; Saturday: 9.30am-4.30pm.
Location: The Archer Leisure Centre Auditorium (in the Archer Lifestyle Village), 166 Colombo St, Beckenham, Christchurch, NZ. Enter from Colombo Street and walk down the long drive, the Leisure Centre is down the end on the left. Carparking is available on Colombo and Percival Streets and in the rear carpark. Morning tea, Lunch and Afternoon tea are provided on both days.
Date: This is a 2-day course, over Friday (16th) and Saturday (17th) July 2021.9.30 am – 4.30 pm both days ** SOLD OUT **
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Jess Lawless – Registered Child and Family Psychologist, working at Child, Adolescent and Family Community Services (CAF) North. Jess has an extensive background in Community Mental Health in both residential and community settings with adults and youth and is highly regarded as a dynamic, inclusive and engaging course facilitator.
Sean Pawson – Ecumenical Chaplain at Stepping Stone Trust, te Rōpū o te Taumata Kōhatu. Sean is a member of the New Zealand Healthcare Chaplains Association. He has significant experience working in community and residential mental health and many years of personal lived experience with depression and anxiety. He is a down-to-earth, engaging, insightful, and empathic facilitator with a special interest in the relationship between mental & spiritual/wairua health.
Janelle Butcher – Registered Social Worker, working at Hillmorton Hospital and tutoring at the Women’s Centre, as well as Ara. Janelle has an extensive background spanning many years in Mental Health and has a special interest in Women’s Health.
Wayne Linklater – Team Leader for Adult Intensive Residential Mobile Support and Mobile Medication Service at Stepping Stone Trust.