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Workshop: Working with Families & Whanau in Aotearoa NZ

March 17, 2017 at 9:44 AM

From Craig Whisker: NZ Family Therapy Specialists

A 4-day introductory workshop on Working with Families & Whanau in Aotearoa NZ is being held in Auckland from 10-13 April 2017. This is my only multi-day introductory workshop in the Upper North Island this year.

Registrations can be made on-line via the link on the attached brochure. Individuals and organisations are welcome to make arrangements to settle the workshop fee by instalments over an agreed time period.

For those travelling to Auckland from out-of-town, there is B&B accommodation available at the venue for $75 per night. Please liaise with Craig if you wish to pursue this option.

See for further details. You can download the brochure


Category: Training