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Fofala Le Fala - NZPsS workshop

February 14, 2020 at 1:39 PM

From the NZFVC


Tuesday 18 February 2020




Parnell Trust, 545 Parnell Road, Jubilee Building, Titoki Room, Parnell, Auckland


New Zealand Psychological Society


$190 - NZPsS member; $230 - Non-member; $60 - NZPsS student

Fofola le fala is a Pasifika concept of engaging with people and allowing for genuine conversations to be held. This workshop is an introductory workshop to working with Pasifika communities.

Register for this event

It will begin with an understanding of the worldview of Pasifika communities; and how this can be interwoven in our practice as health professionals. We will then look at some case studies to gain a practical understanding of how to work with Pasifika communities, and undertake role plays to enhance our learning and practice. Attendees will be encouraged to bring some examples of their work with Pasifika communities to discuss.


Dr Julia Ioane & Dr Siautu Alefaio

Category: Training