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Educational Workshops

Raesha is trained in Solution Focused Therapy and integrates her practice with Internal Family Systems. Overall holistic health and well-being is a significant part of her work.



Presentations to Schools and Educational Providers

As an enthusiastic, dynamic presenter Raesha thoroughly enjoys planning, preparing and delivering practical workshops, that meet the needs of the organisation. As a skilful facilitator and educator, she delivers a whole range of workshops or a series of workshops/seminars. Raesha consults with the organisation to ensure the aim and purpose is met. She has presented to a wide range of audiences, including individuals, small group sessions, and large groups of more than two hundred people.

Raesha leads and facilitates educational workshops on a wide range of health and well-being topics as well as the NZ curriculum. Her strength is in Health Curriculum and Relationships and Sexuality Education.

Raesha has completed contracts with the Ministry of Education including “Culturally Responsive practice for Sexuality Education Teaching in Schools” and “The Student Well-Being Measurement Project” She also educates mental health providers in ‘Pornography Addiction’ and “Betrayal Trauma.”

Raesha is available in a consultancy role for primary and secondary schools that want assistance for improving cultural capability and curriculum design, particularly for supporting ethnic migrant communities to improve culturally responsive practice.

Safehouse offers

Training, Leadership, and Consultancy

Social Services and Organisations

New Zealand Christian Counsellors Association Healing and Restoration for Muslim Clients

“ What does hope an healing look like in Islam?”

Petersgate Counselling Centre

“Culturally Responsive Practice When Working With Multicultural Clients: Reflecting on our Practice”

New Zealand Association of Counselling

“The Impact of Pornography on Teens, A review of the research”

Shakti New Zealand

“Pornography, sexuality and the risks for Asian, African and Middle Eastern women within their relationships”


“Wellness Forum- Self-Care, Boundaries and Post Traumatic Growth”

Vision College

“Working Therapeutically with Muslim Clients”

Islamic Women’s Council NZ

“Relationships and Sexuality Education, Empowering Muslim Women to have Conversations about Sexuality Education”

Rotary Youth Leaders

“Multicultural Awareness”