EP151: Counseling as Hospitality – Trinitarian Reflections for Practice and Education with Watiri Maina
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About this Episode:
Mike speaks with Watiri Maina about the practice of hospitality in the counseling process, counselor education, and professional ethics.
Watiri is a counsellor and spiritual director, originally from Kenya. She is married to Steve Maina and they have two daughters. She is interested in people and connecting with their personal, social and spiritual journeys. Watiri has worked as a social worker with street children, in pastoral care/counseling roles in church contexts, and as a counseling trainer, most recently as a lecturer at Laidlaw College in New Zealand.
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