Professional counselling, advice and support to Asian people in New Zealand affected by gambling harm. Services are available in English, Mandarin, Cantonese, Korean, Vietnamese, Japanese, Thai and Hindi.
Very well organised workshop with some great advice for opening up the conversations and also decreasing the stigma around mental well-being. I would definitely recommend this course to others.
The facilitators were walking and talking their workshop - I was more open to the workshop because the facilitators had first-hand experience in the field, and it added a realistic component to their kōrero.
Personal stories allowed insight into barriers experienced by tāngata whai ora and areas of development for agencies helping whānau affected by mental health.
This was the best, most helpful, discussion on suicide that I've been involved in. I feel much more confident to ask the question and to not panic about what the answer may be.
Content was great and I enjoyed the facilitation. Having a webinar as a training option was great. Being able to sit in with practitioners all over the country was also great.
Under the Orange setting, we do not require a vaccine pass to attend in-person workshops. Participants are encouraged to wear a face mask when attending an in-person workshop, and physical distancing will be maintained. Online workshops continue to be available.