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NZAC Conference 2013

ニュージーランドでは、ニュージーランド・カウンセラー協会のメンバーになっています。その学会がネイピアというところで、5月23日から25日まであるので、参加してきます。せっかくなので、三十分の枠で発表する予定です。

話をするタイトルは「Working in the centre of the Tsunami-hit area of  Japan」です。どのような反応があるのか楽しみにしているところです。

 

場所はネイピアで、自宅のあるハミルトンから290Kmで、車で3時間半ぐらいの行程。

ネイピア 旅行・観光情報

 

ただ、自分の車が使えないのでバスで移動します。木曜日の午前中にでて、午後4時頃に到着予定。バスだと、すごく時間がかかる。帰宅は、土曜日の夕方の予定。

 

宿泊場所は、久しぶりのバックパッカーズ!。自分は泊まるところは、どこでもいいので、一番安いところにしました。

Portside Inn

 

学会のホームページは次のところ。

 

2013NZAC HUI

http://www.nzachui.co.nz/

 

プログラムは次の通り。

 

NZAC Conference 2013 Programme

Thursday 23 May

10.00 – 2.00 pm. Preconference workshops at the War Memorial Centre.

    1. Liese Groot Alberts: Mourning, grieving, healing and hope.

    2. Carol Powell and Anna Quinn: Working in the new Family Court  environment.

NZAC Conference 2013

Signing up for your choice of workshops and presentations offered during the Conference will occur at the Registration table.

Only one workshop (Tim Mapel, Saturday morning) has a limit of numbers who may attend.

2.00pm    Conference Registration desk opens

4.30 pm   Hui Whakatau , Formal Conference Opening and Kai

6.30pm    Opening Presentation  – Liese Groot-Alberts

7.00pm    Evening Programme. Making connections, Developing relationships

 

Friday 24 May               

9:00 am to 10:30 am : Presentations and workshops

 

Number

Venue

Presenter

Title

W1

Ballroom

Sue Webb

Those difficult conversations: Communicating within the NZAC family about ethical concerns.

W2

Breakout Room 1

Irene Paton

Reflecting on ruptures and repairs in supervision relationships

W3

Breakout Room 2

Alastair Crocket

Counselling as a political activity? Succeeding in a hostile political environment

P1

Hawke’s Bay Club Room 1

Jim Depree
 

Wendy Talbot
 

Kou Kunishige

Working with couples using narrative co-research.

Clients’ retellings of witnessing stories from counselling.

Working in the centre of the Tsunami-hit area of  Japan

 

P2

Hawkes Bay Club Room 2

Rachal Wilson

Monique Chasteau

Theresa Martinovich

Recent developments in the field of neuroscience and their relevance and application to the field of counselling.

Neurofeedback: What is it and how does it work?

The power of the group

 

11.00am – 1.00pm Caucus: Māori and Tau iwi discussions

                              Venues: Māori: Breakout Room 2; Tau iwi: Ballroom

1.00pm -2.00pm  Lunch

2.00pm-3.30pm     Keynote presentation – Nigel Latta

3.30pm-4.00pm    Afternoon tea

4.00pm -5.30pm     Presentations and workshops                                  

 

Number

Venue

Presenter

Title

W4

Breakout Room 2

Jenny Manuera-Jones

Working with whanau around parenting orders.

W5

Ballroom

Carolina Gnad (PATHS)

Termination secrets and the family

W7

Breakout room 1

Sheryl Hann (it’s not OK campaign)

“It is OK to help” – building informal helping networks to address family violence

 

P3

Hawke’s Bay Club Room 1

Chris Williamson

 

Lynne Miles

 

Dick Wivell and Erin Johnson

Developing a staff training package to support tau iwi engaging with a Māori strategic framework.

Maximising Learning Dialogues

 

Towards building a safer learning community.

P4

Hawke’s Bay Club Room 2

Sylvia Huitson

 

Peter Bray

 

Taitoko Tafa

The dreaded S word: Demysifying suicide prevention for whanau/family.

The loss of a family: a post-traumatic growth perspective.

Working with Pacific families for CHANGE!

 

Saturday 25 May

Workshops and Presentations 9.00am -10.30am

 

Number

Venue

Presenter

Title

W8

Ballroom

Tim Mapel

All in the family: Integrating the Conference into our lives.

W9

Breakout Room 2

Jill Goldson

Can change bring opportunity? A workshop on counselling and the Family Court Reforms.

W10

Hawke’s Bay Club Room

NZAC Supervision Committee

Cultural supervision: members’ ideas, diverse understandings and experiences.

W11

Hawkes Bay Club Room

Judith Graham, Alison Burke, Colin Hughes, Elmarie Kotze and Kathie Crocket

 

 

We make a difference: School Guidance Counsellors take a position.

P5

Breakout Room 1

Alastair Crocket

 

Maria Concepcion V. Umali

 

Mandy Pentecost

Articulating counselling in the context of registration and new right policy.

The involvement of family and whanau in education and therapy.

 

“I’m not going to ever have to use them again”: Women’s experiences of a domestic violence education and support service.

10.30 morning tea

11.00 Keynote presentation – Anna Quinn

11.45 Keynote presentation – Louisa Wall

12.30 Lunch

12.50 -1.20  Presentation by Emma Powell, ACC breakout room 2

ACC Sensitive Claims Service Re-design Update

An estimated one in four women and one in eight men are affected by sexual abuse.

In 2012 alone more than 6,500 survivors of sexual abuse received support and treatment from ACC, and this number is projected to rise.

How we manage and deliver services to our sensitive claims clients matters to ACC.

Having a dedicated sensitive claims assessment and treatment service will help to ensure that our sensitive claims clients receive the best possible service to support them through their recovery.

This presentation will give an overview of the proposed service re-design, the road map for how we’ll get there and provide an opportunity for questions and answers from the floor.

 

1.30  Meet the Judges:

1.30 Keynote presentation – Judge Peter Boshier

2.15 Keynote presentation – Justice Joe Williams

3.00 Afternoon tea

3.30 Judges Panel: Chaired by Kathy Egan. Questions from the floor.

4.30 Closing Address- Liese Groot

5.00 Poroporoaki

 

 

The Conference dinner starts at 7.00pm at the War Memorial Centre.