Choice Theory

Teaching the world Choice Theory, a new psychology for personal freedom.

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Reality Therapy

Counselling with Choice Theory.

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Lead Management

Inspiring quality.

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Take Charge of Your Life. Participants at this workshop are having many aha moments. Check out our training schedule to see where the next workshop is.

As a member organisation of William Glasser International, the William Glasser Institute New Zealand is a not-for-profit organisation that teaches the theories and practices of Dr William Glasser M.D.

Its purpose is to deepen human understanding and enhance quality of life through teaching Choice Theory and its applications.

The William Glasser Institute New Zealand conducts training programmes in Choice Theory and its application in counselling, Reality Therapy as well as working with groups and organisations to teach Lead Management practices.

If you have certification in Choice Theory, Reality Therapy and Lead Management you can now become an accredited TAKE CHARGE OF YOUR LIFE facilitator and have all the materials and support you need to facilitate this life-changing workshop.

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