Exploring the Puurakau Poutererangi
It is a puurakau of the whakpapa of the facial moko (a Mataora) named after one of the characters in the puurakau. This puurakau is often known as Mataora & Niwareka.
It's a journey of healing from a Maaori perspective, that has embedded within it, knowledge for addressing violence in relationships.
Trainer: Tipene Pickett, P Grad Cert Health Sciences,. BA Pych & Anthro. MINT Trainer, New Zealand
Who Should Attend
This workshop is specifically designed to support those working with people who are healing from domestic violence, delivered from a Tikanga Maori perspective. This includes social workers (from a variety of work settings i.e.Oranga Tamariki), mainstream mental health practitioners, school counsellors, mental health practitioners/nurses, community and care workers. Maori specific health providers/mental health services, Maori youth development organisations, specialist youth and Maori focused teams within district health boards. As well as psychiatrists, psychologists that have a domestic violence focus.
This workshop starts at 9am and is set to finish at 1pm.
Once you register, you will be sent the link and password for a Zoom meeting, 1 week prior to the start of the workshop.