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We are working alongside the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Youth Development to provide support to tamariki aged between 8-24 across Te Tai Tokerau.
We believe tamariki need to be exposed to a wider range of supports in order to thrive in an era of innovation, disruption and constant change, where adaptability and learning agility is most needed.
The goal of this service is to increase personal growth for tamariki to strengthen their belief in themselves and their abilities in order to make changes around their mental well-being, emotional regulation, alcohol and drug use, relationships and social connections.
If you are a young person or are working with a young person who may require support please make contact to see if we can help.
The work we do involves working more intensively with whanau so that together they can work to develop resiliency, improve functional outcomes and access community resources to achieve their goals.
We provide supports that make a difference in the lives of whānau through:
Utilising a range of counselling and social work skills to formulate whānau-led interventions
Support whanau in making their own decisions and lifestyle changes
We work alongside Oranga Tamariki so that Tamariki can remain, where possible, safely at home with their whanau with the right supports put in place to ensure good outcomes for everyone.
We know that organisations operate in a constantly changing environment; both externally and internally. Because of this, we can often find that the practices we have historically used, no longer work as well as they did- they need adjusting to maximise their impact on the organisation achieving its goals. We support organisations to:
Build and establish new services
Support with accreditation (social services)
Implementing processes for managing and improving Service delivery
Support with audit-related actions
Tuhiata provides bi-cultural professional supervision across the Health Sector. We provide Kaitiakitanga which challenges traditional supervision as we are guided by our cultural framework while utilising the best indigenous and western models of practice. We have a group of experts across the health sector who provide professional supervision. We provide supervision nationally to many kaupapa and our guiding principle is to acknowledge the "Aspirations of our Tupuna"
Our belief is that through Kaitiakitanga, the workforce is supported to be the best Kaimahi for our people.
We achieve this by supporting the services through supervision which include:
Clinical accreditation to DAPAANZ members
Supervision in Secondary Schools ( utilising the Kaitiakitanga framework)
Tertiary Students (academic requirements)
Iwi Health Organisations
By accessing Tuhiata for supervision, you have access to
Expert clinical and cultural knowledge.
Professional Registration support
Wahine and Tane supervisors
One to one and group supervision
Access to fluent Te Reo speaking supervisors.
Feel free to make contact with us on 0508 884 428 or on our contact page for more information.