DAPAANZ - Drug and Alcohol Practitioners’ Association Aotearoa–New Zealand
The Drug and Alcohol Practitioners’ Association Aotearoa–New Zealand (DAPAANZ) is the professional association for people working in addiction treatment.
They support and foster an excellent, ethical and culturally responsive addiction workforce that helps people struggling with addictions get high quality, effective help
Below you can find an overview of counsellors who are a member of the DAPAANZ.
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The average rating of all therapists and counsellors is 5 out of 5 stars based on 1 review.
Therapists and counsellors
My name is Linda Waitokia. I'm a qualified counsellor and member of NZAC and DAPAANZ. I am passionate about empowering people to make positive changes in their lives and assisting them to reach their goals. I am experienced in working with clients on a wide range of issues, including: Addictions, Anger Management, Anxiety / Fears, Bullying, Depression, Grief and loss, Low self esteem, Poor communication, Post Traumatic Stress, Stress, Relationship issues.
There are many reasons people seek therapy or counselling. These might include everyday stress and anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties, bereavement, alcoholism and addiction, living with a loved one in addiction or recovery.
Whatever leads you to contact me, I can help you to make sense of it and find your best responses or solutions.
My name is Rob, addiction practitioner in Auckland and online. In my practice I see a lot of people with patterns of problematic behaviour including: Anger management, Gambling, Pornography, Substance use – alcohol and other drugs. And I offer support for families of those presenting these patterns of behaviour. I see also people with mild to moderate depression & anxiety.
--- unavailable --- My name is Virginia Maskill. I have more than 25 years experience working in the health sector with people experiencing a variety of emotional and psychological problems.
My area of expertise include people experiencing low mood, depression, anxiety, stress, relationship difficulties, conflict, substance misuse and addiction problems, coming to terms with a chronic physical or mental health condition and experiencing identity difficulties.
--- Currently not accepting new clients --- As a trained counsellor I have worked with adults and teens with many challenges including addiction, anxiety, depression, stress, anger issues and many other issues of human complexity.
--- currently unavailable --- Hi, my name is Pat Alexander. I am a practising Mindfulness Practitioner in the Hawkes Bay region with my base in Hastings, providing quality professional services to clients through Mindfulness Based Therapies and Clinical Supervision. I'm also ACC and EAP accredited. I have a lot of experience in working with anxiety, depression, sexual abuse and trauma.
--- currently unavailable --- Hi, my name is Pat Alexander. I am a practising Mindfulness Practitioner in the Hawkes Bay region, providing quality professional services to clients through Mindfulness Based Therapies and Clinical Supervision. I'm also ACC and EAP accredited. I have a lot of experience in working with anxiety, depression, sexual abuse and trauma.
My name is Angela Claridge. I have 15 years experience in the mental health sector. From my practice within the Kapiti Counselling Service in Raumati Beach I support people to positively and proactively address stuck points, distress and disruptive behaviours in their lives, to enable them to live fully, regain control and find joy.
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Because of the COVID-19 (corona) pandemic there is a lockdown in New Zealand.
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