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  • Acceptance with joy: Writing as a means of embodying compassion

    Kotzé, Elmarie; Scott, Bridget (New Zealand Association of Counsellors, 2014)
    This article reports on research using writing workshops conducted with three women who distanced themselves from problematic relationships with their bodies that were induced by eating disorders. The article focuses on ...
  • Considering counsellor education in Aotearoa New Zealand. Part 1: Looking back in order to look forward

    Crocket, Kathie; Flanagan, Paul; Winslade, John; Kotzé, Elmarie (New Zealand Association of Counsellors, 2011)
    Professional education is integral to the life of a profession. This article offers an historical review of counsellor education in Aotearoa New Zealand from the point of view of educators in one programme. It suggests ...
  • Considering counsellor education in Aotearoa New Zealand. Part 2: How might we practise?

    Crocket, Kathie; Flanagan, Paul; Winslade, John; Kotzé, Elmarie (New Zealand Association of Counsellors, 2011)
    The registration environment offers particular challenges for the identity of counselling in 21st-century Aotearoa New Zealand. Counsellor education cannot hold itself apart from such challenges as it enters what the authors ...
  • Counsellors becoming counsellor educators: a New Zealand example

    Crocket, Kathie; Kotzé, Elmarie (Routledge, 2012)
    The international literature on adjunct faculty in higher education, including professional education, does not yet cover counsellor education in particular, although many programmes rely on the teaching services of ...
  • The "F" word: The challenge of feminism and the practice of counselling twenty years on

    Wright, Jeannie; Webb, Sue; Sullivan-Thompson, Patricia; Kotzé, Elmarie; Crocket, Kathie; Cornforth, Sue; Blanchard, Nan (New Zealand Association of Counsellors, 2008)
    This article revisions feminist thinking from the point of view of seven practitioners/researchers currently working in New Zealand. It arises from embodied pain, passionate commitments, and a shared curiosity about ...

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  • Heterosexual couples, gender discourse, and the production of relational subjectivity

    Morris, Brian (University of Waikato, 2015)
    This study is situated in feminist and poststructural theory. The focus of the study is heterosexual relationships. In particular, the study investigates the shaping effects of patriarchal discourses on the relational ...
  • New stories of identity: Alternatives to suspension and exclusion from school

    McMenamin, Donald (University of Waikato, 2014)
    School suspension and exclusion practices are currently under the spotlight. Many schools go to great lengths before employing these disciplinary options. However even in the midst of practices of care for young people, ...
  • A Poststructural Autoethnography: Self as event

    Moneypenny, Paula Dian (University of Waikato, 2013)
    This thesis takes the form of a poststructural autoethnography. It explores self as event in order to illustrate the fluid nature of self identities, and is informed by the writings of Michel Foucault, Jacques Derrida, ...
  • Reflexive audiencing practices for couple relationships-in-action

    Talbot, Wendy (University of Waikato, 2012)
    This doctoral study offers couples opportunities to be audiences to their own lives as a couple. It does this on the premise that a reflexive, recursive, process of acting and reviewing and acting enhances relationship ...
  • Counselling and Religious and Spiritual Values: A Malaysian Study

    Md. Yusoff, Yusmini Binti (University of Waikato, 2011)
    The developing interest which led to this research project started when I was employed as a counsellor and a counsellor educator in an Islamic faith-based academic institution in Malaysia. Within these positions, I noticed ...

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