Safe Network offer a wide range of support resources, along with third party and partner agencies resources...
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Safe Network is committed to support research in those areas relevant to the work of the Agency. Consideration of any research proposal will take into account its relevance to the work of Safe Network, its client base and the wider Harmful Sexual Behaviour (HSB) and social services sector, and its impacts on Safe Network’s resources, including staff time and incidental costs.
Please complete our research proposal form and attach any relevant supporting documents.
Make a referral to Safe Network
If you are concerned about your sexual behaviour or that of your child, teenager or an adult, you can arrange for a referral to Safe Network’s services.
Anyone can make a referral to Safe Network by contacting us directly. Individuals are referred to Safe Network by via self-referral, governments agencies (courts, community probation service, Oranga Tamariki (OT), the police), family members, friends, other professionals within the community such as your health professional or social worker.
To make a referral, or if you need assistance, contact us directly to speak to one of our clinical staff confidentially, on 09 377 9898 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or web https://www.safenetwork.org.nz/.
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Professional education training packages
Safe Network provides specialist training for both public and private organisations who want to ensure that they and their staff are fully informed of the dynamics of problematic or harmful sexual behaviours. Organisations we work with include educational and tertiary institutions, care and protection agencies, Police, survivor agencies, not-for-profit groups, churches, and sporting organisations amongst others.
If you would like to know more about how we might assist you, and/or the packages we provide please either download our education and professional development request form email us on email@example.com or call us on 09 377 9898 to discuss your requirements.
Safe Network provides clinical supervision to other professionals and organisations that may need to manage adults, and youth with sexually harmful behaviour and children displaying problematic or concerning sexual behaviour.
Professionals include psychotherapists, clinical psychologists, counsellors, social workers, church groups, alcohol and drug services, student counsellors and many others. For a more detailed discussion of your needs, and to hear how Safe Network might assist you please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
te ti'aturi, te ti'aturi, te ti'aturi
hope, trust, confidence
Safe Network provides specialist case consultations to other professionals in order to assist them to determine the most appropriate course of action for any client prior to referral to Safe Network for a clinical assessment.
To arrange an initial discussion as to how a specialist case consultation might be useful in supporting your clinical decision making process please email email@example.com. A specialist clinician will contact you within 48 hours to discuss your needs.
At Safe Network we take pride in the skills and abilities of our people. Should you wish to be considered for future employment opportunities at Safe Network, please email your CV and a covering letter detailing why you would like to work with us to firstname.lastname@example.org
Your information will be held in a secure file and we will contact you should a position suitable become available.
Safe Network provides clinical supervision to other professionals and organisations that may need to manage adults, and youth with harmful sexual behaviour and children displaying problematic or concerning sexual behaviour.
Other HSB counselling services
Safe Network is part of the Trinity Alliance group of three specialist providers across Aotearoa. Safe Network's geographical region covers Northland, Auckland, Waikato and Bay of Plenty.
through a safe environment we help people work through and come to terms with their behaviour and learn ways to prevent the harmful sexual behaviour from reocurring