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Tamariki hold the hopes and dreams of their whānau and communities. They are at the centre of all that we do. Our new Trauma-informed Care webpages provide a collection of resources relevant when...
   Another Lunchtime Learning session is ready for viewing on our website: Leading the way in understanding self-regulation skills  (Abby Wilson, Occupational Therapist) 11 March 2021. This...
    This newsletter brings you a video on looking after yourself so that you can look after others; another on interventions for AoD use; a callout for MH & AoD workforce reference group members...
By Youth Consumer Advisors Sammie Dudley and Romy Lee   ​​​​​​​With Pride month coming to an end, it’s a great time to reflect on the work that Werry Workforce Whāraurau does year-round to support...
Te Pou and Werry Workforce Whāraurau are seeking people interested in helping us with our work as members of a new Mental Health and Addiction Workforce Reference Group (WRG). We are seeking to...
Please join us for the first Sector Leaders’ Day for 2021 Keeping in mind the uncertainty of scheduling ‘in person’ events with potential COVID-19 restrictions as well as being mindful of your...
  The first Lunchtime Learning session for the year is up on our website:  Interventions for AOD use disorders in young people. Dr Grant Christie outlines current evidence for what works and what is...
Youth Forensic Psychiatry - University of Auckland Does your job include addressing mental health needs of adolescents / young adults involved with the law? The Department of Psychological Medicine...