Engage Aotearoa

Engage Update: Slowly coming out of hibernation

It’s been two years since our last update, and though the Engage Facebook page remains active, we are still in the process of slowly coming out of hibernation. Please note that The Butterfly Diaries is now officially out of print for the time-being and we are unable to accept new orders. We have funds to print one more run and plan to add the final two stories before we do that. We’ll update you when we have a timeline in mind. Our co-editor Michelle Bolton unfortunately passed away in June of 2016 and we are only just now beginning to think our way back into the project.

We’ve gone through a few transformations of our own since we last updated the Engage Aotearoa website. We couldn’t keep up with the demands of maintaining charitable status and a volunteer base when Miriam entered her doctoral studies and then began working full-time as a psychologist. We were so busy having governance meetings, we couldn’t get the actual work done. So we’ve abandoned the charitable structure and reverted back to our original independent, self-funded structure.

The website and many of the resources are well over-due for an update and that’s the first thing on our to-do list as we try to figure out what’s next for the Engage Aotearoa website. Now that we’ve got a doctor of clinical psychology in the house we might be able to see a little private practice tab in the menu options one of these days in the not-too-very-distant future. For the moment, we’re just going to keep the website alive and gradually update it.

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