Siobhan HuntResearch Assistant - Counselling

  • BCouns, BSc (Psych and Stats)

Siobhan graduated from the University of Auckland in 2007 with a Bachelor of Science (Psychology and Statistics double major), before spending two years as a manager for Farmers Trading Co. In 2010, she started fulltime study in Laidlaw College’s Bachelor of Counselling. This course combined her interest in psychology with a desire to reflect critically on what her faith had to say about the nature of persons and possible sources of resiliency and restoration. Since 2013, Siobhan has worked in a variety of roles at Laidlaw College, from group facilitation, to tutoring, marking and research assistance. Siobhan loves weaving ideas together and considering how abstract ideas can apply to life. Since 2014, she has been involved in a project with the aim of examining the dialogue between social Trinitarian theology and counselling practice.