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DBT Intensive Training

DBT INTENSIVE TRAINING 2016 WITH ALAN FRUZZETTI NELSON—NEW ZEALAND Trailways Hotel Part 1 | 2016 | July 28—30, August 1—3 | 8:30am to 5:30pm Part 2 | 2017 | March 9—11, March 13-15| 8:30am to 5:30pm To register please visit our website

28 July 2016 - 15 March 2017

Location: Nelson/Tasman

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Christchurch DSS Kia Noho Rangatira Ai Tatou

Kia Noho Rangatira Ai Tātou is a unique education programme that puts the human rights of disabled people and the UNCRPD into a New Zealand cultural context. This two day workshop has an applied focus which will help disability support providers to ensure that disabled people’s human rights are upheld in everyday practice

25 October - 26 October 2016

Location: Canterbury

A narrative approach to psychosis: Ron Coleman and Karen Taylor

This course has been developed to prepare organizations, families and voice hearers to deliver or practice recovery ways of working with people hearing voices and other extreme experiences. It is based on the experiences of Ron Coleman and Karen Taylor in their work in recovery houses in Scotland Australia and Italy.

31 October 2016

Location: Auckland

Working With Voices - Ron Coleman and Karen Taylor 2 day workshop

Hearing voices is one of the most common experiences that people diagnosed with a psychotic illness have. This two day training course has been developed for Key workers & Voice hearers to work together & learn how to use the ‘Working with Voices’ workbook.

1 November - 2 November 2016

Location: Auckland

HSA New Zealand Launch

An informal opportunity to hear more about what we do, meet the NZ team and network with colleagues. Join us on November 1st to learn about our vision for a person-centred future in New Zealand.

1 November 2016

Location: Wellington

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Let's get real about building bridges and changing lives

If we are to get real about building bridges with communities where disabled people contribute, participate and flourish through active citizenship, then we need to share our stories and affirm practice that meets the needs of disabled people, family, whanau and community.

2 November - 3 November 2016

Location: Wellington

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