Mrs Jenny Lois Hare
MSW, BSW, CSBM, MANZASW
Jenny has more than twenty five years’ experience in social work, working in mental health, NGO, Hospice and private business settings. Areas of work have included older adults, adolescents, children and families. Her current role as a social worker/community liaison one day a week in a General Medical practice brings her in contact with a wide range of issues affecting the local community.
Jenny has had considerable involvement in student practicum supervision and continues to provide professional supervision to social workers practising in a variety of settings. Jenny has a strong interest in the development and encouragement of beginning social workers.
Research | Current
- Spirituality and social work
- Holistic assessment
- Professional supervision
- Innovative social work approaches
Teaching | Current
- Practicum preparation
- Massey Masterate Scholarship, 2010
- Member of ANZASW
Selected publications and creative works (Research Outputs)
- Appleton, C. M., Rankine, M., & Hare, J. (2014). An appreciative inquiry into cultivating 'fit and proper' students. Paper presented at Social Workers Registration Board Conference, Te Papa Wellington New Zealand. 11 November - 12 November 2013. Protecting the public-enhancing the profession : edited proceedings from the Social Workers Registration Board conference 2013 = E tiaki ana i te hapori-e manaaki ana i nga mahi.
Other University of Auckland co-authors: Cherie Appleton, Matt Rankine