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Prof Mark Henrickson

Associate Professor

School of Social Work

Mark worked for many years in HIV-related health and mental health care and management before joining Massey, both in the US and New Zealand. He has published on HIV prevention, care delivery, and programme design and evaluation. He is the project leader on Lavender Islands: Portrait of the Whole Family, the strengths-based national study of sexual minorities in Aotearoa New Zealand, and the author or co-author of a number of publications from this study. "Standing in the Fire": Experiences of HIV Positive Black African Migrants and Refugees Living in New Zealand was completed in 2011.  He was the lead investigator on AfricaNZ Health, a collaborative study with the University of Otago and African new settler communities in New Zealand that seeks to advise the Ministry of Health on  HIV-related prevention and health promotion in African migrant and refugee communities in NZ.

Mark plays an active role in international social work education, and participates on editorial boards and reviews for research journals.


Roles and Responsibilities

In addition to teaching and research Mark has served on the boards of a number of community and international organisations, including:

  • COMMUNITY AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

     

    ·      Asia-Pacific Representative of IASSW to the Joint Committee on the Definition of Social Work (2012-present)

    ·      Member, International Planning Committee, Global Social Work Congress 2014, Melbourne.

    ·      Member, Planning and Scientific Committees, Social Worker’s Registration Board/Kahui Whakamana Tauwhiro 10th Anniversary Conference, November, 2013, Wellington.

    ·      Member, Steering Committee on the Process for Recognition/Re-recognition of Social Work Qualifications in New Zealand, Social Workers Registration Board/Kahui Whakamana Tauwhiro (2012)

    ·      Asia-Pacific representative to Board, International Association of Schools of Social Work (IASSW), 2010-present

    ·      Board of Directors, Asia Pacific Association of Social Work Education (APASWE); Treasurer, 2006-2011, Vice President, 2011-2013; Board member 2013-present

     

    ·      Member, Council on Social Work Education in New Zealand (CSWEANZ) 2009-present; Treasurer 2012-present

    ·      Member, Massey University Human Ethics Committee (July, 2007-present); Acting Chair, June, 2013 - present

    ·      Co-chair, SWinNZ2009: The Asia Pacific Regional Social Work Conference (Auckland, 11-13 November 2009)

    ·      Member, Board of Trustees, New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 2006-2010; Chair, 2008, 2009

    ·      Member, Board of Governance, Connect Supporting Recovery (North Shore-Rodney), 2005-2008

     

    ·      Editorial Board, Journal of LGBT Youth (December 2007-present)

    ·      Editorial Board, Asia Pacific Journal of Social Work and Development (June 2009-present)

    ·      Asia-Pacific Region Advisor, British Journal of Social Work (January 2009- present)

    ·      Editorial Consultant, Chenoweth & McAuliffe – The Road to Social Work and Human Service Practice (3rd ed.)

     

    ·      Registered Social Worker (Reg #2779) with current APC, May, 2007- present

    ·      Full Member, Aotearoa New Zealand Association of Social Workers, 2002-present

Mark worked for many years in HIV-related health and mental health care and management before joining Massey, both in the US and New Zealand. He has published on HIV prevention, care delivery, and programme design and evaluation. He was the project leader on Lavender Islands: Portrait of the Whole Family (2004), the strengths-based national study of sexual minorities in New Zealand; a co-investigator on Standing in the Fire, a qualitative study of Black African new settlers living with HIV; and AfricaNZ Health, a study of African new settlers in New Zealand and their HIV related prevention and treatment needs.

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Professional

Contact details

  • Ph: +64 9 414 0800 x43350
    Location: 2.45, Quad A
    Campus: Albany

Qualifications

  • Doctor of Philosophy - University of California Los Angeles (1996)
  • Master of Social Work - University of Connecticut (1990)
  • Master of Divinity - Episcopal Divinity School (1980)
  • Bachelor of Arts, in Psychology and with Honours i - Trinity College (Hartford, Connecticut) (1977)

Research Expertise

Research Interests

HIV/AIDS

Sexual minorities

Gender minorities

International social work

African new settlers

Research Opportunities

  • HIV+ Black African Migrants and Refugees in NZ  (01/06/10) The HIV+ Black African Migrants study is a collaborative project with Prof Cynthia Pointdexter, Fordham University (Fulbright Fellow) and Assoc Prof Christa Fouché of University of Auckland. It is a qualitative project which recruited and interviewed a number of HIV+ migrants to New Zealand from countries with predominantly black African populations.
  • AfricaNZ Health  (09/01/2012) AfricaNZ Health was funded by the Health Research Council of New Zealand and the Ministry of Health. It is a two phase proposal which responds to the need for improved understanding about the health and social services needs of African migrant and refugee communities in Aotearoa New Zealand. This project was conducted in close collaboration with A/Prof Nigel Dickson at Otago University and African community partners. There are two technical reports from this project: The phase 1 report, AfricaNZ Count: An estimate of currently resident and HIV positive Africans in New Zealand; and the phase 2 report, AfricaNZ Care: A report on knowledge, attitudes, behaviours and beliefs about HIV among Black Africans living in New Zealand. Both reports can be found on the project website, http://africanz.massey.ac.nz
  • Lavender Islands  (01/03/2003) Lavender Islands: Portrait of the Whole Family is the first national study of sexual minorities in Aotearoa New Zealand that includes both men and women. It was an online and hard-copy study of 2,269 participants that considered identity and self-definition, relationships, families of origin, families of choice, community connections, political viewpoints, migration/immigration, well-being and spirituality and other key demographic features.

Thematics

Health and Well-being

Area of Expertise

Field of research codes
Clinical Social Work Practice (160701):
Medical And Health Sciences (110000): Public Health and Health Services (111700):
Social Program Evaluation (160703): Social Work (160700): Studies In Human Society (160000)

Keywords

Psychosocial aspects of HIV/AIDS, sexuality and sexual minorities, international social work

Research Projects

Summary of Research Projects

Position Current Completed
Project Leader 1 1

Completed Projects

Project Title: HIV risks and concerns among African communities in New Zealand

This two-phase proposal responds to the need for improved understanding about African migrant and refugee communities in New Zealand. The project aims to provide information that will inform appropriate HIV-related prevention and health promotion among Black African communities in New Zealand. An essential component of this proposal is a steering group of African community and religious leaders that will be formed to guide the implementation of the entire project.
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Date Range: 2012 - 2016

Funding Body: Health Research Council of New Zealand

Project Team:

Research Outputs

Journal

Cook, C., Schouten, V., Henrickson, M., & Mcdonald, S. (2017). Ethics, intimacy and sexuality in aged care. Journal of Advanced Nursing.
[Journal article]Authored by: Cook, C., Henrickson, M., Schouten, V.
Henrickson, M., Fisher, M., Ludlam, AH., & Mhlanga, F. (2016). What do African new settlers in New Zealand ‘know’ about HIV?. New Zealand Medical Journal. 129(1434), 36-43
[Journal article]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M., & Fisher, M. (2016). 'Treating Africans differently': Using skin colour as proxy for HIV risk. Journal of Clinical Nursing. 25(13-14), 1941-1949
[Journal article]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M., Dickson, N., Mhlanga, F., & Ludlam, A. (2015). Stigma, lack of knowledge and prevalence maintain HIV risk among Black Africans in New Zealand. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health. 39(1), 32-37
[Journal article]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M., Fouche, C., Poindexter, CC., Brown, D., & Scott, K. (2014). Host country responses to black African migrants and refugees living with HIV. Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work Review. 26(4), 25-36
[Journal article]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2013). Editorial. British Journal of Social Work. 43(7), 1253-1258
[Journal article]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2013). Transgender 101: A simple guide to a complex issue. JOURNAL OF SOCIAL WORK. 13(3), 333-334
[Book Review]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M., Brown, DB., Fouché, C., Poindexter, CC., & Scott, K. (2013). 'Just Talking About It Opens Your Heart': meaning-making among Black African migrants and refugees living with HIV. Culture, Health and Sexuality. 15(8), 910-923
[Journal article]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Poindexter, CC., Henrickson, M., Fouché, C., Brown, D., & Scott, K. (2013). "They don't even greet you": HIV Stigma and Diagnosis Disclosure Experienced by HIV-Positive African Immigrants and Refugees in New Zealand. Journal of HIV/AIDS and Social Services. 12(1), 99-120
[Journal article]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M., & Staniforth, B. (2013). Living the dream: Religion in the construction of sexual identity. Fieldwork in Religion. 7(2), 117-133
[Journal article]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2012). Social work with lesbians & gay men. JOURNAL OF SOCIAL WORK. 12(6), 650-651
[Book Review]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M., & Neville, S. (2012). Identity satisfaction over the life course in sexual minorities. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services. 24(1), 80-95
[Journal article]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2011). LGBT Issues: Looking Beyond Categories. JOURNAL OF SOCIAL WORK. 11(4), 442-444
[Book Review]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Noble, C., & Henrickson, M. (2011). Invited co-editored Australasian issue of the Journal of Social Work Education. Journal of Social Work. 11(2)
[Journal article]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Noble, C., & Henrickson, M. (2011). After neo-liberalism, new managerialism and postmodernism, what next for social work?. JOURNAL OF SOCIAL WORK. 11(2), 128-131
[Journal article]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Noble, C., & Henrickson, M. (2011). Editorial: After neo-liberalism, new managerialism and postmodernism, what next for social work?. Journal of Social Work. 11(2), 128-131
[Journal article]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M., & Noble, C. (2011). Special issue: Australasian Social Work. Journal of Social Work. 11(2)
[Journal article]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2010). Civilized unions, civilized rights: Same-sex relationships in aotearoa new zealand. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services. 22(1-2), 40-55
[Journal article]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Neville, S., & Henrickson, M. (2010). 'Lavender retirement': A questionnaire survey of lesbian, gay and bisexual people's accommodation plans for old age. International Journal of Nursing Practice. 16(6), 586-594
[Journal article]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2010). Social Work Practice with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender People, 2nd edition. JOURNAL OF SOCIAL WORK. 10(1), 129-130
[Book Review]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2009). Sexuality, religion, and authority: Toward reframing estrangement. Journal of Religion and Spirituality in Social Work. 28(1-2), 48-62
[Journal article]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Neville, S., & Henrickson, M. (2009). The constitution of 'lavender families': A LGB perspective. Journal of Clinical Nursing. 18(6), 849-856
[Journal article]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2008). Deferring Identity and Social Role in Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual New Zealanders. Social Work Education. 27(2), 169-181
[Journal article]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2007). "you have to be strong to be gay": Bullying and educational attainment in LGB New Zealanders. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services. 19(3-4), 67-85
[Journal article]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2007). 'You have to be strong to be gay': Bullying and educational attainment in LGB New Zealanders. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Social Services: Issues in practice, policy and research. 19(3/4), 67-85
[Journal article]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M., Neville, S., Jordan, C., & Donaghey, S. (2007). Lavender Islands: The New Zealand study. Journal of Homosexuality. 53(4), 223-248
[Journal article]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2007). Lavender faith: Religion, spirituality and identity in lesbian, gay and bisexual New Zealanders. Journal of Religion and Spirituality in Social Work. 26(3), 63-80
[Journal article]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2007). A Queer kind of faith: Religion and spirituality in lesbian, gay and bisexual New Zealanders. Aotearoa Ethnic Network Journal. 2(2)
[Journal article]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2007). Reaching out, hooking up: Lavender netlife in a New Zealand study. Sexuality Research and Social Policy: Journal of NSRC. 4(2), 38-49
[Journal article]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2006). Ko wai ratou? Managing multiple identities in lesbian, gay and bisexual New Zealand Mäori. New Zealand Sociology. 21(2), 247-269
[Journal article]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2006). Lavender immigration to New Zealand: Comparative descriptions of overseas-born sexual minorities. Social Work Review. 18(3), 69-78
[Journal article]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Neville, S., & Henrickson, M. (2006). Perceptions of lesbian, gay and bisexual people of primary healthcare services. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 55(4), 407-415
[Journal article]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2005). In the eye of the needle: Diary of a medically supervised injecting centre. Social Work Review. 17(3), 48-50
[Book Review]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Beddoe, L., & Henrickson, M. (2005). Continuing professional social work education in Aotearoa New Zealand. Asian Pacific Journal of Social Work. 15(2), 75-90
[Journal article]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2005). Lavender parents. Social Policy Journal of New Zealand. (26), 68-83
[Journal article]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2005). Can anybody work with anyone? Reframing cultural competence. Social Work Review. 17(1), 1-2
[Journal article]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2002). God defend New Zealand: Anti-Asian sentiment, drug policy, and challenges to social work. Social Work Review. 14(4), 32-35
[Journal article]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2001). Clinical outcomes and patient perceptions of acupuncture and/or massage therapies in HIV-infected individuals. AIDS Care - Psychological and Socio-Medical Aspects of AIDS/HIV. 13(6), 743-748
[Journal article]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Nemoto, T., Wong, FY., Ching, A., Chng, CL., Bouey, P., Henrickson, M., . . . Sember, RE. (1998). HIV seroprevalence, risk behaviors, and cognitive factors among Asian and Pacific Islander American men who have sex with men: A summary and critique of empirical studies and methodological issues. AIDS Education and Prevention. 10(3 SUPPL.), 31-47
[Journal article]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (1990). A mobile HIV education, counseling, and testing unit: A pilot initiative. AIDS Education and Prevention. 2(2), 137-144
[Journal article]Authored by: Henrickson, M.

Book

Henrickson, M., & Fouché, C.(2017). Vulnerability and marginality in human services.
[Authored Book]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M., & Chipanta, D. (Eds.) (2017). Getting to zero: Global social work responds to HIV. Geneva, Switzerland: UNAIDS
[Edited Book]Authored by: Henrickson, M.Edited by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2017). Queer meaning. In The Routledge Handbook of Religion, Spirituality and Social Work. (pp. 220 - 227).
[Chapter]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2015). A queer kind of faith: Religion and spirituality in lesbian, gay and bisexual New Zealanders. In S. Hunt (Ed.) Religion and LGBTQ sexualities: Critical essays. (pp. 625 - 636). London, UK: Ashgate
[Chapter]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Noble, C., & Henrickson, M. (2014). Towards identifying a philosophical basis for social work.. In C. Noble, H. Strauss, & B. Littlechild (Eds.) Global social work: Crossing borders, blurring boundaries. (pp. 3 - 15). Sydney, NSW, Australia: Sydney University Press
[Chapter]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Duke, J., Henrickson, M., & Beddoe, E.(2014). Protecting the Public: Enhancing the profession/E tiaki ana i te Hapori— E manaaki ana i nga mahi: Edited proceedings from the Social Workers Registration Board Conference 2013. Wellington, NZ: Social Worker Registration Board
[Authored Book]Edited by: Henrickson, M.
Neville, S., & Henrickson, M. (2014). HIV/AIDS. In E. Chang (Ed.) Chronic Illness & Disability: Principles for Nursing Practice. (pp. 514 - 530). : Elsevier
[Chapter]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2013). Surviving education: Sexual minorities and a queer way of thinking.. In Nga reo mo te tika: Voices for equity. (pp. 218 - 238). Auckland: Equity Practitioners in Higher Education Australasia
[Chapter]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Noble, C., Henrickson, M., & Han, IY.(2013). Social Work Education: Voices from the Asia Pacific (2nd ed.). Sydney, NSW: Sydney University Press
[Authored Book]Authored by: Henrickson, M.Edited by: Henrickson, M.
Neville, S., & Henrickson, M. (2013). HIV Disease. In E. Chang, & A. Johnson (Eds.) Chronic Illness and Disability: Principles for Nursing Practice (2nd ed.). : Elsevier
[Chapter]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2013). Teaching heterosexual privilege. In C. Noble, M. Henrickson, & IY. Han (Eds.) Social Work Education: Voices from the Asia Pacific (2nd ed.). Sydney, NSW, Australia: University of Sydney Press
[Chapter]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Noble, C.(2011). Social Work Field Education and Supervision Across Asia Pacific. Sydney, NSW: DARLINGTON PRESS
[Authored Book]Edited by: Henrickson, M.
Noble, C., & Henrickson, M. (Eds.) (2011). Social work field education and supervision across Asia Pacfic. Sydney, Australia: Sydney University Press
[Edited Book]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
(2009). Social Work education: Voices from the Asia Pacific. Melbourne, VIC, Australia: Vulgar Press
[Edited Book]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Noble, C., Henrickson, M., & Han, IY. (2009). Conversations, challenges, culture and complexities. In C. Noble, M. Henrickson, & IY. Han (Eds.) Education for social work: Voices from the Asia-Pacific. (pp. 1 - 4). Melbourne, VIC, Australia: Vulgar Press
[Chapter]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2009). Social work education and sexual minorities. In C. Noble, M. Henrickson, & IY. Han (Eds.) Social Work Education: Voices from the Asia Pacific. (pp. 173 - 192). Melbourne, VIC: Vulgar Press
[Chapter]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Noble, C., Henrickson, M., & Han, I. (Eds.) (2009). Social work education: Voices from the Asia-Pacific. Melbourne, VIC: The Vulgar Press
[Edited Book]Edited by: Henrickson, M.
Neville, SJ., & Henrickson, M. (2008). HIV/ Aids. In A. Chang, & E. Johnson (Eds.) Chronic Illness and Disablity. (pp. 409 - 423). Australia: Elsevier
[Chapter]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M., Mayo, JR., & Messeri, P. (2001). A wide-area computer network for comprehensive HIV service delivery. In Lessons Learned: HRSA HIV/AIDS Bureau. (pp. 183 - 191). Rockville, M.D., U.S.: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
[Chapter]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M., & Mayo, JR. (2000). The hiv cybermall: A regional cyber network of hiv services. (pp. 7 - 26).
[Chapter]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Noble, C., & Henrickson, M. (Eds.)Social work field education and supervision across Asia Pacific. Sydney, Australia: Sydney University Press
[Edited Book]Authored by: Henrickson, M.

Report

Henrickson, M.(2014). Assessment of Empower Pacific VCCT Services in Fiji. Lautoka, Fiji
[Technical Report]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M.(2014). National integrated strategic plan for sexual and reproductive health. Avarua, Rarotonga, Cook Islands.
[Technical Report]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M., Dickson, N., Mhlanga, F., & Ludlam, A.(2013). AfricaNZ Care: A report on knowledge, attitudes, behaviours and beliefs about HIV among Black Africans living in New Zealand. Auckland, New Zealand
[Technical Report]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Dickson, N., Henrickson, M., & Mhlanga, F.(2013). AfricaNZ Count: An estimate of currently resident and HIV postiive Africans in New Zealand.
[Technical Report]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M., Dickson, N., Mhlanga, F., ., & Ludlam, A.(2013). AfricaNZ Care: A report on knowledge, attitudes, behaviours and beliefs about HIV among Black Africans living in New Zealand.
[Technical Report]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M., Nadkarni, VV., & Tudor Silva, K.(2013). Curriculum consultation report on the National Institute of Social Development, Colombo, Sri Lanka.
[Technical Report]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Dickson, N., Henrickson, M., & Mhlanga, F.(2012). AfricaNZ Count: An estimate of currently resident and HIV positive Africans in New Zealand.
[Technical Report]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M.(2011). We Talk Together: An evaluation of the VCCT [Voluntary Confidential (HIV) Counselling and Testing] training program implemented by the Pacific Counselling & Social Services in selected PICTs [Pacific Island Countries and Territories].
[Technical Report]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M.(2011). We talk together: An evaluation of the VCCT training program imlemented by the Pacific Counselling & Social Servcies in selected Pacific Island Countries and Territories.
[Technical Report]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Fouche, C., Henrickson, M., Poindexter, C., Scott, K., Brown, DB., & Horsford, C.(2011). Standing in the fire: Experiences of HIV positive black African migrants and refuguees living in New Zealand. Auckland, New Zealand: University of Auckland
[Technical Report]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2011). We talk together: An evaluation of the VCCT training programme implemented by the Pacific Counselling & Social Services in selected PICTs.
[Commissioned Report]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M.(2010). Kou Lele Atu/On the Way: A report on the universal access review 2010 for the Kingdom of Tonga.
[Technical Report]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2010). Kou lele atu: On the way.
[Commissioned Report]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Millado, MC., & Henrickson, M.(2009). ICAAP 9: The evaluation report.
[Technical Report]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Millado, C., & Henrickson, M. (2009). ICAAP 9: The evaluation report.
[Commissioned Report]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Beddoe, L., & Henrickson, M. (2003). CPE in New Zealand: A survey of ANZASW members and some considerations for policy development. Aotearoa New Zealand Association of Social Workers.
[Commissioned Report]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Fleisher, P., & Henrickson, M.(2001). Towards a Typology of Case Management. Washington DC, WA: US Department of Health and Human Services
[Technical Report]Authored by: Henrickson, M.

Conference

Cook, CM., Henrickson, M., & Schouten, V.(2017, September). Elder justice: Intimacy & sexuality in residential aged care – balancing rights and a duty of care. .
[Conference]Authored by: Cook, C., Henrickson, M., Schouten, V.
Cook, CM., Henrickson, M., & Schouten, V.(2017, September). What counts as consent? Sexuality and ethical deliberation in aged care. .
[Conference]Authored by: Cook, C., Henrickson, M., Schouten, V.
Cook, CM., Henrickson, M., & Schouten, V.(2016, October). Intimacy and sexuality in residential aged care: Ethical challenges and opportunities. .
[Conference]Authored by: Cook, C., Henrickson, M., Schouten, V.
Henrickson, M.(2014, January). Challenges and opportunities for social workers in HIV/AIDS: Getting to zero. .
[Conference]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M., Dickson, N., Mhlanga, F., & Ludlam, A.(2014, July). Africa NZ Health: A national study of HIV-related needs of Black African new settlers to New Zealand. .
[Conference]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M., DIckson, N., Mhlanga, F., & Ludlam, A.Black African new settlers in New Zealand and HIV: An emerging key affected population.. Poster session presented at the meeting of 20th International AIDS Conference. Melbourne, Australia
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M., Dickson, N., Mhlanga, F., & Ludlam, A.AfricaNZ Health: A study of the HIV related needs of Black African migrants living in New Zealand. Poster session presented at the meeting of International Congress on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific [ICAAP11]. Bangkok, Thailand
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2013, November). Reproducing Heterosexual Privilege. Presented at Protecting People, Enhancing Profession. Wellington, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2011, August). "Snow on the rooftop, fire in the furnace": Sex and sexuality in ageing communities?. Presented at New Zealand Aged Care Association Conference. Auckland, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M., Poindexter, C., & Fouché, C. (2011, July). HIV + black African migrants in New Zealand: Strangers in a strange land. Presented at 21st Asia Pacific Social Work Conference: Crossing Borders: Interdependent Living and Solidarity. Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M.New Zealand: APASWE Workshop on Definition of Social Work. Asian & Pacific Association of Social Work Education / International Association of Schools of Social Work Asian and Pacific Regional Workshop. (pp. 53 - 55). Tokyo, Japan
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2010). Living in multiple worlds: Identity satisfaction in sexual minorities. , Joint World Conference on Social Work and Social Development: The Agenda
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2008, July). Sexual minorities, bullying and education. Presented at Proceedings of the 24th Biennial Congress of the International Association of Schools of Social Work (IASSW). Durban, South Africa.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2008). Sexual minorities, bullying and education. In Proceedings of the 24th Biennial Congress of the International Association of Schools of Social Work (IASSW)(pp. 117). : IASSW
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Neville, SJ., & Henrickson, M. (2007). The constitution of lesbian, gay, and bisexual families: A NZ perspective. In Proceedings of the School of Health Sciences, 2: 2nd Meeting of the School of Health Sciences Annual Research Day (SHAReD)(pp. 9). : Massey University, School of Health Sciences
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2006, November). Ko wai ratou? Multiple identities in NZ Maori. Presented at Aotearoa New Zealand Association of Social Workers Conference. Palmerston North, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2006). Cybersex and lavender Asian migrants to New Zealand. In S. Tse, ME. Hoque, K. Rasanathan, M. Chatterji, R. Wee, S. Garg, . . . Y. Ratnasabapathy (Eds.) Prevention, Protection and Promotion. Proceedings of the 2nd International Asian Health and Wellbeing Conference. (pp. 156 - 165).
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2006, July). Lavender Islands: Relationships and sexual activity of lesbian, gay and bisexual New Zealanders. Presented at The New Zealand Venereological Society 28th Annual Conference. Auckland, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2006, August). Managing multiple identities in lesbian, gay and bisexual New Zealand Maori. Presented at 33rd World Congress of Schools of Social Work. Santiago, Chile.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2005, September). Lavender migration: Lesbian, gay and bisexual migrants to New Zealand. Presented at 18th Asia-Pacific Social Work Conference: Challenges and Responses of Social Work: Toward New Asia-Pacific Paradigms. Seoul, Korea.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2005, June). Lavender islands: Methodological challenges. Presented at Population Association of New Zealand 2005 Conference - People and place: Communities, regions, diversity and change. Auckland, Auckland, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2005). Lavender migration: Lesbian, gay and bisexual migrants to New Zealand. (pp. 31 - 32). , 18th Asia-Pacific Social Work Conference: Challenges and Responses of Social Work: Toward New Asia-Pacific Paradigms Seoul, Korea: Korean Association of Social Workers
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M., & Beddoe, L. (2004, October). Continuing professional education in New Zealand: Social workers speak out. Presented at Global Social Work Congress 2004. Adelaide Convention Centre, Adelaide, SA.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2004, October). Lavender islands: Portait of the whole family. Presented at Global Social Work Congress 2004. Adelaide Convention Centre, Adelaide, SA.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2002, November). God defend New Zealand: Anti-Asian sentiment, drug policy and challenges to social work. Presented at Aotearoa New Zealand Association of Social Workers Conference. Christchurch, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Henrickson, M.

Other

Henrickson, M. (2012). From fear to freedom: Masculinity, control and change. (pp. 217 - 218). SAGE PUBLICATIONS INC
[Other]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2012). An Asia-Pacific response to the discussions on social work definition. (pp. 3 - 6). Japan College of Social Work
[Other]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2010, July). Sex and senility: Snow on the mountain top, fire in the furnace. In NZ Diversional Therapists Association Annual Conference. Presented at Auckland, New Zealand.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2008, September). Lavender Islands study of Lesbian, gay and bisexual New Zealanders. In St Andrews's on The Terrace. Presented at Wellington, New Zealand.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2007, October). Lesbian, gay, bisexual stayers and leavers. In 'Speaking Out While Staying In': A Gathering for Progressive Christians. Presented at Auckland, NZ.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2007). Afternoons with Jim Thora.
[Other]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2007). Gays & Religion and the church.
[Other]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2006). Asian gays 'more likely to keep their sexuality secret'. (pp. A14).
[Other]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M., & Neville, SJ. (2006). A despatch from Lavender Island. Presented at Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, NZ.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2006, July). Lavender Islands for health social workers. In Waitemata DHB social workers (professional inservice and training). Presented at North Shore Hospital, Milford, NZ.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2006, June). Ko wai ratou: Managing multiple identities in New Zealand Maori. In Ministry of Social Development GLBT Research Seminar. Presented at Wellington, NZ.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2006). Comments on a survey that found 20 percent of the Asian respondents using the internet to find sexual partners.
[Other]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2006). Lavender Islands: Cybersex. TV3
[Other]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2006). Family, students and success: The Lavender Islands research project. Presented at University of Auckland, Auckland, NZ.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2006). Radio interview with Ross Stephenson.
[Other]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2006, October). Lavender Maori and Asians. In Gayline-Lesbian Line. Presented at Auckland, NZ.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2006, September). Lavender Islands update. In Aotearoa New Zealand Association of Social Workers: Auckland Branch Social Workers Day. Presented at Auckland, NZ.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2006, May). Lavender Islands: Wellbeing of LGB communities. In Alcohol and Drug Professionals Hui. Presented at Auckland, NZ.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2005, June). Update on lavender islands: Parents and immigrants. : Ministry of Social Development.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2005, November). Lavender Islands for social workers. : Aotearoa New Zealand Association of Social Workers.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2005, February). Sexuality and older persons: Breaking the rules. : New Zealand Diversional Therapists Association.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2005, August). Lavender Islands for gayline volunteers. : Auckland Gay/Lesbian Welfare Group.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2005, July). Lavender spirituality. : Auckland Community Church.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2004, November). Lavender Islands: A summary of findings. : Queers in Tertiary Education - New Zealand.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2004, November). Early results from Lavender Islands: Portrait of the whole family. : Ministry of Social Development.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2004). Lavender Islands finds overwhelming support for relationship recognition and census inclusion. (pp. 3 - 3).
[Other]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2004). Survey shows many gays prefer marriage. (pp. 12 - 12).
[Other]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2004). Gays happy to say so if Census asks. (pp. 7 - 7).
[Other]Authored by: Henrickson, M.
Henrickson, M. (2004). Survey: homosexuals attacked. (pp. 1 - 1).
[Other]Authored by: Henrickson, M.

Consultancy and Languages

Consultancy

  • 08/09-10/09 - Technical Support Facility-Southeast Asia/Pacific
    Produced an evaluation report of the Ninth International Congress on AIDS in the Asia/Pacific (ICAAP 9) for the AIDS Society of the Asia-Pacific. The report is titled ICAAP 9: The evaluation report. Kuala Lumpur: AIDS Society of the Asia Pacific [ASAP]. Available from HIV/AIDS Technical Support Facility-Southeast Asia and the Pacific, 246, Lorong Enau, Jalan Ampang 50450,Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  • 06/10-07/10 - Technical Support Facility-Southeast Asia/Pacific
    Assessed the Kingdom of Tonga against UNGASS Milennium Develop Goals of Universal Access to care and treatment for people with HIV. Produced report Kou Lele Atu/On the Way: A Report on the Universal Access Review 2010 for the Kingdom of Tonga. Report completed for UNAIDS, available from HIV/AIDS Technical Support Facility-Southeast Asia-Pacific, 246, Lorong Enau, Jalan Ampang 50450, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  • 11/10-02/11 - Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC)
    Assessed HIV counselling training by the Pacific Counselling and Social Services (PC&SS) in Tonga, Vanuatu and Kiribati, for the Global Fund and the Response Fund. The report is titled We talk together: An evaluation of the VCCT training program implemented by the Pacific Counselling & Social Services in selected PICTs. Report completed for the Secretariat of the Pacific Community, available from the Public Health Division/Division Santé Publique, Secretariat of the Pacific Community/Secretariat de la Communauté du Pacifique, B.P. D5 – 98848 Noumea Cedex, New Caledonia.

Supervision and Teaching

Summary of Doctoral Supervision

Position Current Completed
Supervisor 6 2
CoSupervisor 1 0

Teaching

Currently teaching the following papers:

Undergraduate:

Introducing Social and Community Work Practice

Social Work Theories, Assessment and Interventions

Postgraduate:

Applied Research in Social Work and Social Policy

Substance Use and Misuse

Current Doctoral Supervision

Supervisor of:

  • Peter Matthewson - DSW
    Experience of Social Workers Connecting Personal Troubles and Public Issues in Practice
  • Shoichi Isogai - DSW
    An understanding of homelessness discourse in mental health and substance misuses services in urban Auckland.
  • Rebecca Parr - DSW
    Social Work and harm reduction
  • Jack Scanlan - DSW
    Pau lava o le olaga - Addressing Pasifika youth offending: The experiences of former Social Auckland youth at risk who became Social Practitioners
  • Jacek Kolodziej - PhD
    The use of pre-exposure prophylaxis by men who have sex with men in New Zealand.
  • Tiffany Vague - PhD
    The sexual stories of children and young people in state care.

CoSupervisor of:

  • Ro-Ann Smith - PhD
    Determinants of Trust in the Consumer Decision Making Process: A Look at the Utilisation of Mental Health Services by Immigrants in New Zealand

Completed Doctoral Supervision

Supervisor of:

  • 2017 - Alesana Fosi Pala'amo - PhD
    Fetu'utu'una'i le va Navigating relational space: An exploration of traditional and contemporary pastoral counselling practices for Samoans
  • 2015 - Ram Prasad Aryal - PhD
    The Reconstruction of Identity in People Living with HIV in Nepal

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