Narrative 

Pathways

Counselling for boys, teens, men, & families.

Specialist Counselling for Boys, Teenagers, Men and Families


Click on Contact Me to get in touch or arrange an appointment.  

   

Email: nigel@narrativepathways.com     

Mobile: 021.83.44.13  



I am an Auckland based male counsellor offering specially tailored counselling for boys, teenagers, and young men. Women, families and couples also find working with me supports the changes they seek.


I offer:

      • Anger and Conflict Counselling
      • Depression Counselling
      • Grief Counselling
      • Stress, Anxiety or Coping with Change Counselling
      • Relationship Counselling
      • Parenting / Step Parenting / Family relationship Counselling
      • Drug and Alcohol Counselling
      • Eating Issues Counselling
      • Sexuality and Gender Identity Counselling 



I also offer support for others in their professional work with people: 
  • Specialist clinical supervision for counsellors, social workers, or others in the "helping" or people professions.  

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I hope this information helps you decide if conversations with me will work for you, your son or the person you are concerned about.   You are invited to meet me and  "check me out" for your self.  I look forward to meeting you. 


Nigel Pizzini

Master of Counselling (1st Class Honours), P.G. Cert. Counselling Supervision, B. Ed, Dip Tchg.

Member of the New Zealand Association of Counsellors (MNZAC)

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Teens and Adult Status

Many cultures around the world have well-established traditions around the transition to adulthood. How do young people in New Zealand know they have entered adulthood? Do we provide them with any solid markers to reflect their increasing maturity? Teens need to know that we recognise their growing capacity for independence and making smart choices.

Consider creating some rites of passage for your family. Whether these revolve around travel, part-time jobs, or increased responsibilities at home, let your teenagers know that they are taking concrete steps on the path to adulthood. Celebrate and encourage them along the way, perhaps with a family dinner that includes speeches in their honour, or a small gift. Rites of passage make young people feel capable and respected, and give them a sense of place and security in the family and society.

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