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Job Vacancy at Kindred Family Services: General Counsellor and Child Therapist

March 24, 2023 at 11:06 AM

Notice from Kindred Family Services -

Kindred Family Services has an exciting opportunity for two new people to join their growing team, including an experienced Child Therapist and a General Counsellor. These roles support their dedicated family harm team, forming an important part of the healing and strengthening dimensions of their service.  

The Child Therapist role would be rewarding for individuals passionate about supporting and empowering children and their whānau. It is an opportunity to build on the children's personal strengths, develop strategies, and connect them with community resources to establish long-term positive change. More info on this role and how to apply can be found here:

The General Counsellor role has a similar strengths-based focus, resourcing individuals and their whānau to achieve long-term positive change. This would be for variable hours per week, depending on the client's caseload (Monday to Friday). More info on this role and how to apply can be found here:

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