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Mind Business Consultancy

Managing change through people - organisations and individuals

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Mind Business Consultancy 

I am an experienced registered consultant clinical psychologist offering professional and personal consultations. I specialise in working with trauma and dissociation. Consultations are for managers and teams for clinical supervision and training or workplace change processes as well as assessments (e.g. Supported Assessments for ACC Sensitive Claims).

I am not providing long term therapy at this time as I have recently moved to the Kapiti Coast in 2020.  I do currently offer supervision, assessments and training.  I can provide consultations via Zoom.


Check the General Enquiries section for some useful links for managing your wellbeing at this challenging time.

What's new in 2020?

I am offering NZ wide training through GROW workshops. See under Current training on this site and to book, go to Due to COVID-19 these have been postponed until later in 2020.  

To contact me: call +64 (0)212378660 or e-mail: [email protected]

Diane Clare

Location: Kāpiti Coast, Near Wellington, New Zealand (previously based in Nelson)  

All sessions by prior appointment.

Training and consultations at your work place by arrangement. Skype consultations also available.

The training I offer in the field of self-harm and complex trauma has drawn international interest in America, Canada, Europe, Australia and New Zealand.

Alternatives to Self Harm (APEX© model) Leaders Guide will be published in the near future. It can be applied to a range of settings including mental health, primary care, education and forensic. .

Te Tiriti o Waitangi (the Treaty of Waitangi) is the founding document of the beautiful Nation of Aotearoa (New Zealand) with three core and fundamental guiding principles for bicultural ways of working together: partnership, participation and protection. This is deeply important to my way of working wherever I am and with those consulting with me.

A well-known Māori whakatauki sums up this approach:  

Nā tō rourou, nā taku rourou

ka ora ai te iwi

With your food basket and my food basket

the people will thrive