Te Au (The National Māori Suicide Prevention Centre ) offers a range of wānanga, to support a wellness approach to working with whānau Māori. These wānanga include:

Tiaki Whanau, Tiaki Ora – Supporting a ‘By whanau, for whanau’ approach to suicide prevention. 

Manaaki Ora – Manaaki Ora is a suite of cultural wananga that look at kaupapa Maori approaches to wellness.

Tiakina te Āhuru Mōwai – Tiakina te Āhuru Mōwai is designed to develop strong reflective practitioners who place the safety of wahine and her whānau at the centre of their practice. 

See our calendar for upcoming wānanga, or contact the wānanga co-ordinator to discuss things further.

Wānanga & Events

Stay tuned for future wānanga, activities and opportunities....

Mihi Whakaora – Working through Grief from Suicide @ The Ferrybank
Jan 28 @ 9:30 am – 3:30 pm
Mihi Whakaora - Working through Grief from Suicide @ The Ferrybank

Mihi Whakaora is a one-day wānanga exploring key aspects of tangihanga and how this process is important when working through grief, especially for whānau Māori affected by Suicide.

The Mihi Whakakaora wānanga draw from kaumātua knowledge systems, to provide a Māori framework for working with mental health, understanding also ways of working with people effected by suicide or at risk of suicide. The facilitation team have experience in suicide prevention, mental health and addiction treatment and have years of experience working with whānau Māori.

There is no fee to participate in this 1 day wānanga.

Register for this wānanga at:  https://www.eventbrite.co.nz/e/mihi-whakaora-working-through-grief-from-suicide-kirikiriroa-hamilton-tickets-136233577297

For more information on our Manaaki Ora wānanga programmes go to www.teaumaori.com