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Nigel Pizzini

Lecturer - Social Practice, School of Healthcare and Social Practice
School of Healthcare and Social Practice


Pizzini, NG. (2022). Outnumbered: The realities of male student engagement rates with school counsellors. The New Zealand Association of Counsellors Annual Conference, Wellington.

Pizzini, NG. (2022). Male Secondary-School Student Engagement Rates with School Counsellors, as compared with female engagement rates. Evangelia Papoutsaki and Marie Shannon, PROCEEDINGS Rangahau Horonuku Hou New Research Landscapes. Unitec/MIT Research Symposium.

Pizzini, NG. (2021). Male Student Engagement with School Counsellors. MIT/Unitec Research Symposium 2021, Online.

Pizzini, N.G. (2021). Walking a tightrope: navigating confidentiality with young people. New Zealand Association of Counsellors Professional Development Symposium, Wellington.

Pizzini, N., Gremillion, H., & Newman, T. (2021). Walking a tightrope: A balancing act by school counsellors. New Zealand Journal of Counselling (Vol. 41(1)).

Pizzini, N., & McCormick, M. (2020). Stopping the bus while touring through client landscapes. International Social Work (Vol. OnlineFirst).

Pizzini, N., (Lecturer) (2020). Appropriate cultural management as a technique to address early adolescent alcohol exposure. Tokyo, Japan, Pediatrics International (Vol. 62(2)).

Pizzini, N., & Crozier, S. (2019). Centering matauranga Maori in a social practitioner training programme. Sociological Association of Aotearoa New Zealand (SAANZ), Auckland University, Auckland, New Zealand.

Crozier, S., & Pizzini, N. (2019). Engaging with indigenous knowledge to shape a bicultural counselling programme in Aotearoa, New Zealand. Psychotherapy and Politics International (Vol. 2019(e1515)).

Pizzini, N., & Gremillion, H. (2017). Narrative Community Work in Schools. Recent Research and Innovations in Practice: A mini-Conference for Counsellors, Auckland University, Tamaki Campus.

Pizzini, N., & Gremillion, H. (2017). Counsellor clients as insider experts in a school community. Unitec ePress Occasional and Discussion Paper Series (Vol. 8).