We are delighted to work with Tipene Pickett again and offer this interactive online workshop.
Te Whare Tapa Whā is a model of the 4 dimensions of wellbeing developed by Sir Mason Durie in 1984 to explain a Māori perspective of health.
The 4 dimensions are: taha tinana (physical wellbeing) taha hinengaro (mental wellbeing) taha wairua (spiritual wellbeing) and taha whānau (family wellbeing).
Tipene will faciliate this workshop over 4 modules, delivered via ZOOM on 4 consecutive Wednesday mornings from 9am to 12.30pm on 22 & 29 July and 5 & 12 August.
In this interactive online workshop you will:
- UNDERSTAND: A Deeper understanding of Te Whare Tapa Wha from the perspective of Te Reo Māori and Pūrakau.
- PRACTICE: Specific Motivational Interviewing skills within context of Te Whare Tapa Wha.
- STRENGTHEN: Confidence in integrating the mana of Te Whare Tapa Wha and mana of MI.
- GAIN: Registraton points for DAPAANZ, NZAC, NZCCA, NZAP, ANZASW.
This workshop has a strong Maori kaupapa and will be delivered in English. Any Te Reo used in the workshop will be translated.
Week 1 (22 July): Wairua & Spirit of MI: developing a way of being rather than a way of doing.
Week 2 (29 July): Hinengaro with Pūrakau of its Whakapapa & Listening Deeply – listening to understand rather than solve or reply.
Week 3 (5 August): Tinana with Pūrakau of its Whakapapa & Tuning your ears to and Eliciting People’s reasons for Change (Change Talk) and their reasons not to change (Sustain Talk).
Week 4 (12 August): Whānau & Giving advice and information in MI style – in a way maintain peoples mana, tapu and Rangatiratanga and honour the inherent intelligence they have.
Who Should Attend
This workshop is specifically designed to support those working with youth and emerging adults who are experiencing issues related to alcohol and drug use including maladaptive behaviours associated with this i.e. violence, unsafe sex, truancy, relationship problems etc. This includes social workers (from a variety of work settings i.e.Oranga Tamariki), mainstream mental health & alcohol and drug practitioners, school counsellors, mental health practitioners/nurses, community and care workers. Maori specific health providers/alcohol and drug/mental health services, Maori youth development organisations, specialist youth and Maori focused teams within district health boards. As well as psychiatrists, psychologists and cousellors that have a youth and emerging adult focus.
This workshop will be delivered over ZOOM, 4 consecutive Wednesdays, 9am - 12.30pm
Wednesday 22 July
Wednesday 29 July
Wednesday 5 August
Wednesday 12 August
Once you register, you will be sent the link and password for a Zoom meeting.