• Cultural identity in the child psychotherapy environment: a Maori perspective

      Hall, Alayne (Auckland University of Technology, 2005)
      I have become increasingly curious about certain aspects that influence my practice. The combined influences of Maori and Pakeha contribute to my clinical practice and the inter-relationships between others and myself. ...
    • Cultural matching and the psychotherapeutic relationship

      Patterson, Seilosa W. (Auckland University of Technology, 2003)
      “Cultural matching and the psychotherapeutic relationship” challenges and explores therapists’ work with cultural otherness. Firstly, it considers the history of psychoanalysis, in terms of Freud, sexism, white blindness, ...
    • Sibling transference and tele in the peer group: The road less travelled

      Brinsden, Raywyn (Auckland University of Technology, 2005)
      This dissertation explores sibling relationships, and relating in adult peer groups. It hypothesises that sibling relationships are important and influential to peer relationships. The sibling bond is usually the child’s ...