Dr Elmarie Kotzé
Qualifications: D Litt et Phil
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Room: Te Kura Toi Tangata Faculty of Education, Te Oranga, TT 510
Phone: +64 7 838 4466 ext 7961
- Morris, Brian (2015). Heterosexual couples, gender discourses, and the production of relational subjectivity.
- McMenamin, Donald (2014). New stories of identity: Alternatives to suspension and exclusion from school.
- Esler, Ireni (2011). Narratives in translation: Going beyond theoretical difference in supervision.
- Gibson, Alister (2011). Spirituality in principal leadership and its influence on teachers and teaching.
- Talbot, Wendy (2011). Relationship practices in a diverse and changing society.
- Yusoff, Yusmini Md. (2011). Counselling and religious and spiritual values: A Malaysian study.
- Crocket, Alastair (2010). Pakeha counsellors consider their positioning. A postcolonial praxis.
- Depree, Jim (in progress). Taping for therapeutic purposes in couples’ therapy.
- Snowdon, Jenny (in progress). “But I still love him”: Young women talk about love and violence.
- Graham, Judith (in progress). Secondary teachers foster the development of Key Competencies in incidental and unplanned moments.
- Ling, Sai Ang (in progress). Counselling clients with suicide ideation in Malaysia.
M Couns Theses
- Moneypenny, Paula (2013). A post-structural auto-ethnography: Storying self as event.
- Scott, Paula (2010). Positioning and re-positioning of individual and family relationships with anorexia/bulimia: An auto-ethnographical informed study.
- Sliedrecht, Susan (2007). Counselling patients with a spinal cord injury.
- Geldenhuys, T. (2004). Pastoral care and counselling as resistance to secondary traumatisation and power abuse in a faith based welfare organisation.
- Brink, A.M. (2003). “Lighting his way home”: Reflecting on pastoral conversations with a missing child’s mother.
- Martin, J.H.I. (2003). Carrying the torch of hope: Survivors’ narratives of trauma and spirituality.
- Millar, C.S. (2003). Wellness, pastoral care and women with new babies.
- Nel, M. (2003). Re-pastoring in a Dutch Reformed congregation: new meaning to old narratives.
- Schoeman. H.J. (2003). Restorative witnessing: A contextual and feminist praxis of healing.
- Stapelberg, L. (2003). Pastoral care and counselling as a reciprocal gift between counsellor and counselees.
- Tong, F. (2003). Pastoral narratives of bereavement care with men.
- van de Laar, D.J. (2003). Insiders or outsiders? Pastoral care with Christian gay women in a Methodist congregation.
- Claassen, L. (2002). Deconstructing “Coupledom” with young people.
- de Beer, W. (2002). Resisting violence, abuse and suffering: Creating communities of care with children.
- du Plessis, M. C. (2002). A deconstructing of depression and its power in people’s lives.
- Hulme, T. (2002). Transforming a school community: facilitators living values.
- Marais, J.F. (2002). Participatory action research and pastoral playful care with children: Challenging bullying.
- Morkel, E. (2002). When narratives create community: Standing with children against stealing.
- Nieuwmeyer, S.M. (2002). Women storying HIV/AIDS in community.
- Scrimgeour, E. (2002). Honouring sacred spaces: Voicing stories of terminal illness.
- Swanepoel, A, (2002). Making visible the elderly.
- van Duuren, L. A. (2002). Children’s voices on bereavement and loss.
- Wilkinson, K. L. (2002). Stories of survival in the wake of violence and abuse on the Cape flats.
- Basson, N.C. (2001). Narrative pastoral practice at a primary school.
- de Jager, E. (2001). Facilitators and learners: Co-creating a better understanding of one another.
- Grobbelaar, M.S. (2001). Stories of mothers with differently abled children.
- Gunter, R. (2001). A journey to healing: Conversations of women survivors of sexual abuse.
- Harrington, M. (2001). The stories women tell. Living with cancer and care.
- Janse van Vuuren, C.J.L. (2001). Narratives of abortion: A pastoral approach.
- Niehaus, E. (2001). Narratives of relationships/marriages.
- Skidmore, S.A. (2001). Re-authoring narratives in a divorce recovery ministry.
- Steyn, L. (2001). Empowering young people through narrative.
- Strydom, M. (2001). The church and caregivers of aids orphans.
- Gillomee, Y. (2000). Teenagers interviewing problems.
- Meiring, L. (2000). Renouncing racism in a Dutch Reformed congregation.
- Van Dyk, A. (2000). Voices of women and children who have experienced abuse.
- Viljoen, H. J. (2000). Deconstructing trauma and racism at a police station.
- Kulasingham, A. (2013). Re-authoring family relationships: An auto-ethnographic study on dialogical conversation and repositioning.
- Scott, B. (2012). Writing as embodiment: Examining the effects of writing and witnessing on growing kindness/compassion in relationship with women’s bodies.
- Wasson, K. (2011). Drug and alcohol programmes offering secondary prevention intervention to “in-risk” adolescents within secondary schools.
- Marsden, V. (2008). Lesbian reflections on past counselling experiences.
- Snowdon, J. (2007). Mothering at the edge: Conversations with non-resident mothers.
- King, C. (2005). Places between and in two worlds. The construction of identity with a cochlear implant.
MEd Dissertations - ( 6 )
Kotze, E. (2018). A bag of oranges and a communal lunch: Intra-action of matter and becoming. In H. Syrjälä,, & A. Norrgrann (Eds.), Multifaceted Autoethnography: Theoretical Advancements, Practical Considerations and Field Illustrations (pp. 101-123). Nova Science Publishers.
Kotze, E. (2017). Commentary: Reflection on ‘And I still love them: On touching loss’. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 38(2), 240-243. doi:10.1002/anzf.1213
Kotze, E. (2017). Doing hope ... together, in everyday living and in counseling research. In F. Cohen (Ed.), Hope: Individual Differences, Role in Recovery and Impact on Emotional Health (pp. 1-18). Nova Science Publishers. Retrieved from https://www.novapublishers.com/
Gay, P., & Kotze, E. (2017). Encounters that matter. In K. Crocket, E. Davis, E. Kotze, B. Swann, & H. Swann (Eds.), Moemoea: Maori Counselling Journeys (pp. 110-118). Auckland, New Zealand: Dunmore Publishing Ltd.
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