This will be a discussion between Nicole, Carole and Anne that focuses on the impact that the new ANZASW Code of Ethics and the statement regarding the recognition of the sentience of animals has on social workers across Aotearoa. There will be opportunities for participants to join the discussion.» Read more
Being in the Moment with Self and Other – Understanding of the ‘Three Principles of Mind, Thought, and Consciousness’
This presentation will introduce participants to the ‘Three Principles’ – approach which was first formulated by Sydney Banks in the late 1970’s and has since been taught by psychologists, psychiatrists, life coaches and various scholars around the world. Programs based on this approach have been rolled out in prisons, hospitals, Fortune 500 companies and many more.
Participants will learn about the history and applications of this approach and will be introduced to some of the particulars of this understanding such as the unpacking of the Three Principles themselves and the ideas of Innate Health, Psychological Innocence and Inside Out creation of experience.
Angela Caughey cared for her husband Brian for 12 years after he was diagnosed with Lewy body dementia. She has written two books on living with and relating to people with dementia. She is also the author of 4 previous books.» Read more
Tuesday 12 February 2019, 12.30-1.30pm PowerPoint Presentation Senses framework Mike Nolan Video Audio Presenter: Dr Andy Phillips Dr Andy Phillips has recently been in an acting role as Te Tumuaki O Te Puni Tumatawhanui | Executive Director of Health Improvement and Equity and has been Chief Allied Health Professions Officer at Hawkes Bay District Health Board since April 2015. […]» Read more
Tuesday 22 January 2019, 12.00-1.00pm Additional Documents Martin Sullivan End of Life Bill Script Mary Nash End of Life Bill Script End of Life “Chat” The Silent Holocaust: 1933-45 Audio Video Presenters: Mary Nash and Martin Sullivan Mary Nash is a life member of the Aotearoa New Zealand Association of Social Workers. She was a Senior […]» Read more