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Maree Brogden

 

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Given name
Maree
Family name
Brogden
Preferred name
Maree
 

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Directory given name
Maree Brogden
Directory family name
Brogden
Directory qualifications
AThR (2008) PG Healthcare Sciences in Psychotherapy & MindBody Paradigms & Practice (2011-14), BN PGdip specialist entry mental healthcare (1998), RCpN (1986). VisComm Design (1991-93) & Fine Arts papers (1990 & 1999-2001).
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Directory company name
Directory address 1
Central City Practice Rooms, 92 Mountain Road, Epsom 1023
Directory address 2
Orewa at The Practice, 498 Hibiscus Coast Highway Orewa 0931
Directory Other New Zealand locations
Auckland: central and northern Auckland regions
Directory mobile
+64 21 347 871
Directory video call address
kiaora.network
Funding Schemes
  • ACC Registered
  • WINZ Disability Counselling Provider
Reasons for therapy
  • Abuse
  • Anxiety
  • Couple/Relationship Issues
  • Cultural Issues
  • Depression
  • Existential
  • Forensic
  • Grief and Loss
  • Health-related Issues
  • Identity Issues
  • Men's Issues
  • Mental Health Issues
  • Personal Development
  • Relationships
  • Self-esteem
  • Sex-related Issues
  • Stress
  • Supervision
  • Trauma and PTSD
  • Women's Issues
  • Work-related Issues
Other reasons
wellness coaching
Arts modality
  • Art Therapy
  • Multi-Modal Creative Therapy
Therapy approaches
  • Acceptance & Commitment Therapy
  • CBT
  • Eclectic
  • Gestalt
  • Humanistic
  • Integrative
  • Mindfulness
  • Positive Psychology
  • Psychoanalytic
  • Psychodynamic
  • Relational
Client type
  • Adolescents
  • Adults
  • Seniors
  • Couples/Relationship
  • Groups
  • Organisations
Expertise
The holistic approach is a creative healthcare approach of psychology and other healthcare considerations, to provide an opportunity for the outcome of wellbeing. A multimodal and eclectic therapeutic treatment integrates the arts of practice. This can be achieved through individual and group therapy and is inclusive of psychological education.

An intermodal Arts-in-Psychotherapy practice of MindBody treatment considerations may integrate an experiential content of the expressive therapies continuum (reference Hinz & Lusebrink) according to the client's specific needs, to explore for and to assimilate new knowledge within the person-centred Life-Arts experiential process.

Education in healthcare and psychological therapies includes, Postgraduate Healthcare Sciences; papers include Evidence-based practice in NZ healthcare (Gov't DHB), Psychoanalytic psychotherapy knowledge & MindBody Paradigms and Practice (2011-14). Cert. Gestalt Psychotherapy 2002. BN, PGdip entry specialist mental healthcare (1998). RCpN (1986).
Clinical supervision.

Artist's studio *experiential practice.
Dip. VisComm Design (1991-93) & Fine Arts papers (1990 & 1999-2001).
Special considerations
Some services are subsidized by the government agencies of ACC and WINZ. You may be eligible for a counselling or coaching subsidy with a recommendation from a certified health professional, GP and/or specialist Doctor.

Wellness Coaching is available for Youth and Adults to find out and manifest 'what it is that you really need and want in your life'.
If you need an interpreter, let me know.

Zoom consultations are available.
Available to take referrals for private practice
Yes
 

Professional Arts Therapy Supervision

How many years practising as a professional level creative arts therapist
10-15 yrs
Supervision training details (Name of training course/s you have completed)
UCOL
What year did you complete your supervision training
2002
What supervision will you offer
  • 1-1 (face to face in person)
  • group (face to face in person)
  • online supervision (1-1 or group)
Areas of expertise or specialisation
MindBody is a holistic conceptualisation of healthcare that considers healthcare systems in practice to consider other philosophical and sociological perspectives for the processes required for a whole treatment outcome.
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