Robyn Salisbury is a registered clinical psychologist and sex therapist with many years' experience in private practice. Her particular interests are in-depth individual psychotherapy and dealing with issues of sexuality and intimacy with individuals and couples. For many years, as 'Mrs Salisbury', she has written a well-known weekly magazine column, focussing on relationship and sexuality. Having recognised her passion is writing for social change, this year Robyn had published 'Free to be Children; preventing child sexual abuse in Aotearoa New Zealand', a book she edited and contributed to along with 15 others take the first steps into publishing their own work by providing a starting point on how to go about it.
Monday 14 September, 1:00pm - 3:00pm
How to Write for Social Change. What Robyn Salisbury learned from writing 'Staying in Love' and editing 'Free to be Children', as well as more than ten years of column writing on issues of sexuality.