NZSBA is a professional society which also provides a training programme for suitably qualified applicants wishing to practice Bioenergetic Analysis as a form of psychotherapy. Its objects are to promote the professional practice and theoretical study of Bioenergetic Analysis in New Zealand and to ensure the establishment and practice of professional standards.
NZSBA is an incorporated Society (since 1996) and is registered with Charity Services of the NZ Department of Internal Affairs. NZSBA is currently an accredited training provider with the Psychotherapy Board of Aotearoa New Zealand (PBANZ).
Members are required to adhere to the Codes of Ethics of NZSBA and the IIBA and of the other professional organisations they belong to, such as NZAP, NZAC. Members must also follow the requirements of the Code of Health and Disability Services Consumer’s Rights (Health and Disability Commissioner’s Act 1994), and the Health Practitioners Competency Assurance Act 2003.
President: Francie Ivamy
Secretary: Kate Dent Rennie
Treasurer: Neil Ivamy
Executive: Pye Bowden; Garry Cockburn; Bronwyn Miller; Shar Cullinane; Molly Lynch; Marilyn Simkin; Kristin Antarra; Lorraine Fensom; Penny Currier
Training Faculty: Pye Bowden (Director of Training); Garry Cockburn; Cynthia Davey; Shar Cullinane; Kate Dent Rennie; Bronwyn Miller