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AOD Practitioner Mirror Youth Day Programme

Mirror Services is seeking energetic, committed, and capable individuals to join our service. Mirror Services is a registered charitable organisation dedicated to assisting children and young people who are affected by emotional, psychological, mental health and/or addiction issues, trauma and/or behavioural issues.

Essential criteria;

  • A relevant qualification in social, health science, child & adolescent mental health, alcohol & drug or counselling.
  • A commitment to bi-cultural practice & demonstrated cultural competency.
  • Experience in working in mental health/addiction & social systems
  • Demonstrated experience & knowledge in mental health & psychological interventions including consultation, liaison, case management and/or group work.
  • Experience in working with whānau and building on individual strengths.
  • Current registration with a professional body.

Mirror Services offers a supportive work environment, competitive rates and training and professional development opportunities.

For a position description and application form please contact J. Cranston at Mirror Services, Ph 03 479 – 2970 or email:



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