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2023 Course Dates
Courses are held in Christchurch unless otherwise noted
April: Thursday 20th & Friday 21st – limited spaces available
May: Thursday 18th & Friday 19th – bookings now open
June: Fridays 16th & 23rd – bookings now open
July: Thursday 27th & Friday 28th – in Dunedin, limited spaces available
August: dates tbc – expressions of interest being taken
September: Friday 8th & 15th – bookings now open
October: Thursday 12th & Friday 13th – in Dunedin, limited spaces available
October: Thursday 26th & Friday 27th – limited spaces available
November: dates tbc – expressions of interest being taken
Hover over the Facilitator photos below to find out more about them.
Jess Lawless - Registered Child and Family Psychologist, working at Child, Adolescent and Family Community Services (CAF) North. Jess has an extensive background in Community Mental Health in both residential and community settings with adults and youth. She is highly regarded in the health sector as a dynamic Facilitator, who creates an inclusive and engaging learning environment, and is able to relate to people of all ages and backgrounds, with a special interest in Youth health and wellbeing.
Janelle Butcher - Registered Social Worker, supporting those on a recovery journey at Hillmorton Hospital. Janelle is an engaging Facilitator and experienced Tutor, specialising in empowering women to progress their learning journey. She also works at the Women's Centre and Ara Institute of Canterbury, tutoring adult students. Janelle has an extensive background spanning many years in Mental Health and has a special interest in Women's Health.
Sean Pawson - Ecumenical Chaplain at Stepping Stone Trust, te Rōpū o te Taumata Kōhatu. Sean is a member of the New Zealand Healthcare Chaplains Association. He has significant experience working in community and residential mental health and many years of personal lived experience with depression and anxiety. He is a down-to-earth, engaging, insightful, and empathic facilitator with a special interest in the relationship between mental & spiritual/wairua health.