CONTEMPLATING LIFE IN AOTEAROA

A. Roy Bowden

Psych-O-Therapy Aotearoa

This book is a unique introduction to psychotherapy in Aotearoa. 76 psychotherapists were interviewed by Roy and told him about their training, their practice and their personal and professional histories. The book highlights much of the development of social services in New Zealand, a detailed history of the New Zealand Association of Psychotherapists and a vision for the establishment of multi-disciplinary health services. Waka Oranga, the Rōpū of Maori therapists and the journey to a bicultural partnership is a feature of the book. More details at https://www.resourcebooks.co.nz. *(Shopping basket appears in the menu bar at the top of the page)
Price: 30.00 NZD

Psych-O-Therapy Aotearoa

This book is a unique introduction to psychotherapy in Aotearoa. 76 psychotherapists were interviewed by Roy and told him about their training, their practice and their personal and professional histories. The book highlights much of the development of social services in New Zealand, a detailed history of the New Zealand Association of Psychotherapists and a vision for the establishment of multi-disciplinary health services. Waka Oranga, the Rōpū of Maori therapists and the journey to a bicultural partnership is a feature of the book. More details at https://www.resourcebooks.co.nz. *(Shopping basket appears in the menu bar at the top of the page)
Price: 30.00 NZD

A Psychotherapist Sings in Aotearoa (Loan only)

Roy published the first book about psychotherapy in New Zealand in 2001. It draws attention to the need for counselling and psychotherapy theory and practice to be based on life in Aotearoa and on bicultural principles. Roy's views on psychological and spiritual concepts, training counsellors, the variety of modalities and the way to practice a relationship centre approach to people are set out clearly. *Loan copies only available*
Price: 1.00 NZD

A Psychotherapist Sings in Aotearoa (Loan only)

Roy published the first book about psychotherapy in New Zealand in 2001. It draws attention to the need for counselling and psychotherapy theory and practice to be based on life in Aotearoa and on bicultural principles. Roy's views on psychological and spiritual concepts, training counsellors, the variety of modalities and the way to practice a relationship centre approach to people are set out clearly. *Loan copies only available*
Price: 1.00 NZD