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  1. Articulating counselling in the context of registration and new right policy
  2. Developing a counselling outcome research project
  3. The meaning of the Treaty of Waitangi for counsellors
  4. Exploring the meaning of the Treaty of Waitangi for counselling
  5. NZAC life member: Whaea Tuti Aranui
  6. NZAC life member: Romola McKay
  7. Preface to the second edition
  8. Nan Kingston Smith: NZAC life member
  9. Cultural safety: Towards postcolonial counselling practice?
  10. Pakeha counsellors consider their positioning: Towards postcolonial praxis

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1Interpreting “partnership” as a core value: Some implications of the Treaty of Waitangi for the NZAC Code of Ethics943
2Exploring Treaty/Tiriti based practice discourses in research: Are there implications for teaching?803
3Pakeha counsellors’ bicultural journeys: Claiming Pakeha identity and working towards partnership541
4Subject, object: Overlapping discursive effects?457
5Who might work with whom? Deconstructing restraints of gender and culture409
6Considering position calls: Emerging interpretations in a research project372
7Finding a forum for counsellor educators310
8Transforming counselor education pedagogy through attention to relational practices: Applying research about white counselor awareness of their discursive positioning in cross-cultural conversations297
9Te Tiriti and ethics as dialogue: A unique call to partnership289
10Inaugural NZAC counsellor education conference: Conference proceedings: December 5-6 2011: WelTec campus, Wellington, Aotearoa New Zealand288