A practitioner resource was created by Te Rau Matatini's Terry Huriwai and Maria Baker as a way to support the principle
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Over the next following months, Te Rau Matatini will be hostingwhanaungatanga or communities of practice hui across the motu.
He Puna Whakaata is providing addiction treatment and mental health practitioners a contemporary package and approach that deliberately blends traditional aspects of mātauranga Māori with a range of therapeutic activities aligned with Te Whare Tapa Whā and five interventions.
Over the next few months, Te Rau Matatini will be holding consultation hui across Aotearoa with whānau who have lived experience of caring for loved ones with mental illness.
This Sm;)e video was made at the Au.E! hui held at the Walter Nash Stadium Taita, Lower Hutt on the 7 April 2017. A rangatahi suicide prevention initiative created by the hui funder, Te Puni Kōkiri and the Event Management / Rangatahi Rōpū Group at Te Rau Matatini.
Chair Te Puea Winiata announced ealier this month it was her great pleasure to introduce on behalf of the Board and Trust of Te Rau Matatini the new Chief Executive, Maria Baker.
In celebration of the ANZAC spirit and remembering the fallen. We honour the ANZAC values of courage, compassion, camaraderie, commitment and a time we depended on each other.
Celebrating 15 years is no mean feat! And we have so many people who have influenced our journey over this time and so many people to acknowledge.
Are you working with Māori communities and would you like to join us to wānanga in the South Island, to identify solutions to improve health promotion? Nau mai, haere mai!
“The support I have received from those who once walked alongside of me, is what I want to give back to others” Christine Kake-Blake - Ngā Puhi
Te Rau Matatini is pleased to announce the Second Edition release of the Journal of Indigenous Wellbeing – Te Mauri: Pimatisiwin.