Our refreshed eNewsletter is here! Offering great stories and new knowledge, this issue brings together the latest from leaders across the sector, key discussions from around the world and insider info on our and others latest resources to keep you up-to-date, supported and informed.
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Last quarter we welcomed Megan Grimwood as a Project Manager in maternity cover for Abigail (Abi) Milnes. Abigail and partner Vaughn welcomed Saffi Carmella Bell to their family on 31 October (Halloween). We also have a new Communications Coordinator - Adrienne Madden. You can see from this newsletter the amazing impact she is having. Adrienne has moved to New Zealand from Belfast – we can nearly understand her now!
During September and October we hosted the Pacific Advisor Group’s biennial Fono, four Incredible Years (IY) training events, an implementation update and training session for Single Session Family Consultation approach, and the third national Co-Existing Problems (CEP) Telepaeds of the year. The CEP group have been piloting and providing feedback this month on the SACS ABC Brief Intervention,. We also travelled to the IY Mentors meeting in Seattle, USA and to the Mental Health Service Learning Network, and have created a new series of youth aimed information booklets on alcohol and drugs as well as a new Pacific guidance booklet on the Choice and Partnership approach which is to be launched later this year.
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Sue Dashfield, General Manager
We heard speakers on youth self-injury, suicide risk and prevention programmes, MoH strategic framework updates and much more.
We hosted the biennial Fono on Pacific and Non-Pacific clinicians who work with Pacific children and families.
We screened ‘Resilience: The Biology of Stress & The Science of Hope’ in Christchurch alongside an incredible talk on Sensorimotor Psychotherapy
We welcomed 17 dedicated practitioners to discuss the latest in the sector - catch up with what we're talking about.
During the CEP National Telepaed, Hoani Watene and Brett Mataira of Hauora Tairāwhiti gave us some new practical tips.
George Morris of Rubicon gives us his view of the RapidReferral screening app.
Where we've been
We learned about ‘Disruptive innovation’, ‘Two Eyed Seeing’ and how Trauma intersects with the law.
Read about how we introduced international mentors to a Māori prospective and approach to Incredible Years.