With Auckland in Level 3 restrictions, and the rest of the country in Level 2, Te Pou offices are now closed. However, our team is working from home, and can be contacted by email or phone as usual - see our staff contact page for details. Stay safe everyone.

With Auckland in Level 3 restrictions, and the rest of the country in Level 2, Te Pou offices are now closed. However, our team is working from home, and can be contacted by email or phone as usual - see our staff contact page for details. Stay safe everyone.

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20 July 2016

By Robyn Shearer

Te Pou supports alternative practices to using seclusion and restraint

Recent media coverage has highlighted the ongoing and justified public concern for service users with very high and complex mental health needs. Te Pou supports the work of the Ministry of Health and district health boards (DHBs) to understand and problem solve the many and complex variables that are impacting on both the basic human rights and health of these people, their families and the staff members working with them.

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7 April 2016

By Robyn Shearer

Reflecting on how our past shapes our future

As Te Pou turns 10 we reflect on our past, how we were formed and what continues to drive us to best support your workforce development.

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27 August 2015

By Robyn Shearer

Learn online with Te Pou

At Te Pou we believe we need to have a number of mechanisms to transfer knowledge to our frontline staff. One of these developments is e-learning and we are excited to bring to you the first of our e-learning modules.

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