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Sexual Violence Workshop

June 12, 2014 at 10:33 AM

Te Rito Rodney have an exciting opportunity for counsellors and those whose work involves helping families.  Korowai Tumanako are booked to provide a workshop on June 20th in Orewa which will cover:

  • Managing disclosures of harmful sexual behaviour.
  • Increasing education of environments where harmful sexual behaviour occurs.
  • Increasing safety through changing practices in families and communities.

Korowai Tumanako was founded in 2009 in response to a specific need for the provision of Kaupapa Maori Sexual Violence Prevention and Intervention Services in the community.


To provide Sexual Violence Prevention and Intervention services for families and their communities including Treatment for children, young people and adults who have engaged in inappropriate or Harmful Sexual Behaviour.

Korowai Tumanako has developed and delivered a treatment approach that has proven to be highly effective with both non-Maori and Maori alike.  

For this workshop to go ahead, it still needs a number of registrations.  If you have an interest in attending, please register by this Friday the 13th.  For registration details and further information, please see attached flyer.  Please also send this email to others you know who might be interested in the workshop. 

Category: Training