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November 26 | 9:30 am - 12:30 pm

Terri Cassidy, Mākohakoha, Te Rau Ora invites you to her to listen and participate in this wānanga. Teina Piripi, the co-designer of Tihei-Wa Mauri Ora will share this Māori model of practice and indigenous resources. Teina will provide opportunities for you to gain insight into how Tihei-Wa Mauri Ora can be utilised in practice. The aim is to enhance the practice of kaimahi Māori working with whānau in the mental health and addiction sectors.

Please read the following article before attending the wānanga: https://www.nzac.org.nz/assets/Uploads/Journals/Vol-30-No.-1-Piripi-Body.pdf
Numbers are limited to ensure robust discussion and participation.

Register now: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUtde2pqD0jH9J4EM7JNqxrBq5qX-fAxXOp

Teina Piripi

Te Rarawa, Ngāpuhi

Teina is a co-designer of Tihei-Wa Mauri Ora with Vivienne Body (1945-2016).
Teina lives at Ahipara in the far north with her husband and children. She is an experienced Mana Enhancing Counsellor & Addictions Practitioner.
The philosophy of Tihei-Wa Mauri Ora is based on mātauranga Māori – the ‘knowing’ that the Māori worldview holds the knowledge for Māori to make sense of their own life and create their own healing journey.
The model and resources significantly informed by writings from Rev. Māori Marsden (Royal.C. Ed. 2003).
Tihei-Wa Mauri Ora was developed with and endorsed by kaumatua and kuia.


November 26
9:30 am - 12:30 pm