Workshops and Education

2/261 Centaurus Road, Christchurch
(03) 337 9944 or 021 298 8932
Pauline Oxford

Master Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP). Simple methods for achieving changes in thinking and communicating. Training and consulting for individuals and organisations in communication skills including the Language and Behaviour (LAB) Pro le. Hypnotherapy, assistance with weight loss using the Virtual Gastric Band Technique.

9 Washington Way, PO Box 40113, Christchurch
(03) 353 7033
Paul Scammell – Southern Health Promotion, Area Manager

Family Planning Education Services provide a wide range of sexuality education services including group sessions, information evenings and community workshops. Family Planning educators can talk to you at your place of work, where your organisation meets, or at Family Planning’s own conference rooms. Workshops and education sessions are held on all aspects of sexuality and personal health.

510 Hagley Ave, PO Box 3084, Christchurch
(03) 379 3090
Peja Street – DD: (03) 364 5177

Hagley is an educational institution celebrating diversity in a supportive environment. For more information on enrolling your child or about the services o ered contact Peja Street. We have an innovative program from Yr 9 -Yr 13 and can offer students many options.

185 Peterborough St, Christchurch
(03) 379 1953

We can present our all you need to know HIV 101workshop at our centre or to you on site.

Q-topia provides education to schools, youth providers and other organisations that work with young people. The education programme is closely aligned with the Rainbow Youth education package and is Ministry of Education approved. The programme sits within the education curriculum, supporting and building on health education, consisting of 2 sessions, one covering sexuality diversity and the second covering gender diversity.

Q-topia works with you to develop sessions that best meet your needs and help to enhance your school or workplace culture.

687 Worcester St, Linwood, Christchurch, PO Box 24 239, Eastgate
Naieta Gifkins

Te Puna Oranga is a non profit community based organisation committed to restoring the Mana, dignity and pride of individuals and their whanau through the process of holistic healing incorporating:

Te Taha Wairua Spirituality

Te Taha Hinengaro Awareness

Te Taha Whanau Family

Te Taha Tinana Physical Wellbeing

Counselling Services include: Confidential counselling, women and parenting programmes, whanau advocacy.