Watch our webinar to hear Sam Pilisi explore how and why New Zealand-born Pacific youth serve their families, churches and communities.
This talk discusses the whakapapa of the Ngātahi workforce development programme for practitioners working with children and families experiencing complex mental health, addictions and social issues, its development and impacts on practitioners and whānau
Foundations in ICAMH course provides foundational learning in infant, child and youth mental health and working with whānau. It aims to upskill workers in screening and brief intervention work with young people with AOD issues.
This presentation provides guidance for workers when partnering with Māori and Pacifika whānau/families.
Understanding disordered eaitng and eating disorders; Thinking about eating - sorting out fact from fiction; Working with family/whānau; Treatment options
This presentation explores drivers of picky eating, Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder, dynamics that maintain restricted eating pattern, barriers to changing patterns and strategies for encouraging children to experience new foods.
Foundations in ICAMH explores infant, child, youth mental health and working with whānau. The 4 modules: Core Concepts/Infant Mental Health; Child Mental Health; Youth Mental Health; Supporting Infant Wellbeing, Children, Young People and Whānau.