Browsing by Author "Alford, Zoë"

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  • A peer professional learning group: A professional identity forum

    Alford, Zoë (University of Waikato, 2012)
    In response to the challenges of academic work when studying for Masters of Counselling degrees at a distance from the university while living in a geographically isolated community in Aotearoa New Zealand, Kandyce Bevan, ...
  • Supervision and culture: Meetings at thresholds

    Crocket, Kathie; Flanagan, Paul G.; Alford, Zoë; Allen, Judy; Baird, Janet; Bruce, Arthur; Bush, Diana; Campbell, Joan; Finnigan, Sandie; Frayling, Ian; Frayling, Maureen; Pizzini, Nigel; Simpson, Naarah (New Zealand Association of Counsellors, 2013)
    Counsellors are required to engage in supervision in order to reflect on, reflexively review, and extend their practice. Supervision, then, might be understood as a partnership in which the focus of practitioners and ...
  • Supervision as cultural partnership: Contributions to dialogue

    Crocket, Kathie; Flanagan, Paul G.; Swann, Huia; Swann, Brent; Soundy, Tricia; Smith, Bernard; Simpson, Naarah; Pizzini, Nigel; Frayling, Maureen; Frayling, Ian; Finnigan, Sandie; Campbell, Joan; Bush, Diana; Bruce, Arthur; Baird, Janet; Allen, Jody; Alford, Zoë (New Zealand Association of Physchotherapists Inc, 2015)
    The term cultural supervision has been coined as part of a strategy that implicates supervision in the support and development of culturally appropriate therapeutic practice. In Aotearoa New Zealand particular focus has ...