Principles for EngagementAuthor: Te Pou
Publication date: 1 January 2011
This resource draws from extensive consultation with New Zealand practitioners, interviewed for the suite of talking therapies guides for different population groups. Key principles for engagement to emerge from this consultation are summarised to assist people entering the mental health and/or addiction workforce to form the rapport and connection required to demonstrate the Let’s get real Real Skills at essential level. This will also be a useful support document for undergraduate curricula.
To request hard copies of the paper please contact Emma Wood.
Tags: Mental health, Addiction, Asian, refugee and migrant, Child and youth, Maori, Older adult, Pacific, Peer support / service user, Health promotion, Improving services, Outcomes information, Research and evaluation, Workforce development, Training
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