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C.A.R.E Waitakere Trust

October 01, 2012 at 4:54 PM

  • Adult, couple and child therapy; as well as parenting programmes.  Some subsidised counselling available. 
  • Budgeting Services (Point Chevalier Library, 
    Wednesday mornings 9:00am-1:00pm, 
    1221 Great North Road, Auckland)
  • Groups

Seasons (8 weeks) For children who are missing someone or something significant in their lives because of the death of a loved one, separations of parents, or other major changes. Breakthrough  (6 weeks) For girls aged between 11-17 years who are struggling with anger and other feelings.  Storm Birds (4 weeks) For children who have experienced a natural disaster first-hand or have been adversely affected by one in some way. Skills for Life (8 weeks) For adults, a DBT based group aimed at supporting individuals to live life to the full through practical skills that can be applied to everyday life. (WINZ, ACC, Family Court accredited.)


64 Waipani Road, Te Atatu Peninsula, Auckland 0604

ph: 834 6480 email:

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Tags: Children Counselling
Category: Service