Mon, Oct. 18, 2021 9:00:00 AM - 4:30:00 PM
Nau mai haere mai tauti mai!
Join us for an interactive exploration and introduction to engagement in
practice through a Māori lens.
Ka Whāngaia, Ka Tupu, Ka Puāwai will provide a foundation understanding of:
- The importance of whanaungatanga to therapy
- Whakawhanaungatanga, how to build engaging relationships
- The contributors to cultural tension
- Pōwhiri as a guide to engaging
- Pono, tika and aroha as principles to guide engagement
Register now to nurture and grow your practice through the blossoming of
therapeutic relationships with your clients.
Due to COVID precautions and a desire to ensure an interactive learning
environment registrations will be capped at 40 people.
Monday 18th October 2021
9:00am till 4:30pm
Te Ahi Kaa, Waiora Trust, 48 Watsons Road, Harewood, Christchurch 8051
Presented by Jason Northover, a Kaupapa Māori Clinical Educator within the School of Psychology Speech & Hearing at The University of Canterbury & as both a Senior Advisor Rehabilitation Programes & Senior
Advisor Kaupapa Māori Supervision within the Department of Corrections.
Jason will be joined by Maddison Morrell, Ko Ngāti Kahungunu ki Te Wairoa te iwi. Manager of Programmes and Kaupapa Māori Development at DOVE Hawkes Bay Family Violence Prevention. Previously a Programme Facilitator at Department of Corrections and Lawyer at Hawke’s Bay Community Law Centre
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