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  1. A reshaping of counselling curriculum: Responding to the changing (bi)cultural context
  2. Our responsibilities in shaping our counselling curriculum: What do we teach counselling students in Aotearoa New Zealand and why do we teach in these ways?
  3. Caucusing: Creating space to confront fears
  4. Weaving indigenous Tangata Whenua and western counselling theory and practice in Aotearoa New Zealand
  5. Treaty considerations for social workers
  6. Exploring caucusing as a teaching methodology
  7. Caucusing: Creating a space to confront our fears
  8. Where have all the flowers gone? Kua ngaro ngā putiputi ki whea? A paucity of indigenous early childhood student teachers in mainstream education?
  9. Caucusing: Creating a space to confront our fears

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6Our responsibilities in shaping our counselling curriculum: What do we teach counselling students in Aotearoa New Zealand and why do we teach in these ways?239
7Treaty considerations for social workers203
8Caucusing: Creating space to confront fears194
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