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Anna Fleming had an upbringing based on service and being hospitable to others, so her curiosity led her to explore pathways in the helping professions. A chance opportunity in social work, allowed her to grow her skills and eventually led her to retrain in psychotherapy. Now fully qualified, Anna practices as a psychotherapist and actively champions Māori mental health and wellbeing. In this episode, Anna shares highlights from her career journey, as well as her new path as a mum to twin boys.
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- Anna talks about her early influences and how her dad and grandparents positively shaped her upbringing.
- She explores how her experiences as a social worker and volunteer phone counsellor lead her to retrain as a psychotherapist.
- She shares her passion for Māori mental health and explains why psychotherapy has long-term benefits for supporting Māori.
PLUS, Anna shares her recommendations for great food experiences too.
Links and resources:
- Read Anna’s Master’s Dissertation based on Indigenous Māori perspectives: https://openrepository.aut.ac.nz/handle/10292/10510
- Learn about Waka Oranga
- Follow Anna’s psychotherapy business: https://www.facebook.com/annaflemingpsychotherapy
- Follow Anna on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/annahinehou/
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