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Diversional and recreational therapists design and run recreation and leisure programmes to support and enhance people's total wellbeing.
Counsellors help people to deal with challenges and manage their emotions, thoughts and behaviour.
Ministers of religion provide leadership, guidance and training for members of a religious group.
Psychologists diagnose, treat, and work to prevent a range of psychological problems that affect people's behaviour, thoughts and emotions.
Kaiāwhina Whakawhanake Hapori
Community development workers support people to develop and implement plans to make improvements in their community.
Funeral directors/embalmers organise and direct funerals, register deaths, and prepare human bodies for visits by families, and for burial or cremation.
Youth workers support young people to improve their health, education, training and employment opportunities.
Kaimahi Toko i te Ora
Social workers provide care, advice and support to people with personal or social problems, and help with community and social issues.
Psychotherapists provide talk therapy to help people manage and improve their mental health and emotional wellbeing.
Case managers work with individuals and families to help them overcome hardship, and access social services and support.
Career consultants help clients with career decision-making and development, job hunting, and returning to work after illness or accident.
Kaiāwhina Tiaki Tangata
Support workers help people with health problems or disabilities to do daily tasks, such as housework, and be as independent as possible.
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