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Takitoru : from parallel to partnership Rawiri (David) Waretini-Karena

By: Waretini-Karena, Rawiri (David).
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleSeries: MAI Journal.Publisher: Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga, 2012Other title: A ritual of engagement based on Te Tiriti o Waitangi for implementing safe cultural practice in Mäori counselling and social science.Subject(s): CULTURE | HISTORICAL TRAUMA | TE TIRITI O WAITANGI | RECOMMENDED READING | COLONISATION | COUNSELLING | MĀORI | TREATY OF WAITANGI | MANAAKI TANGATA | PĀMAMAE HEKE IHO | RANGAHAU MĀORI | TĀMITANGA PĀMAMAE HEKE IHO | TAIPŪWHENUATANGA | TIKANGA TUKU IHO | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Click here to access online In: MAI Journal, 2012, 1(1): 61-75 (Open access)Summary: "Takitoru is a framework developed to support Mäori counselling students to understand the impacts of historical intergenerational trauma across generations. The focus of this framework examines unseen contributing factors supporting deficit statistics that continue to dominate Mäori communities. Essentially students are invited to participate and interpret personal genealogy in the context of colonisation to explore influences and effects. This paper addresses training Indigenous counselling students simultaneously in affirmative Indigenous worldviews, as well as critiquing the impact of colonisation on themselves, their clients and their wider community. The overall goal is to give students an insight into historical intergenerational trauma so that when they engage with Mäori clientele they also understand some of the historical contexts that underpin working with Mäori." (Author's abstract). Record #5318
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MAI Journal, 2012, 1(1): 61-75 (Open access)

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"Takitoru is a framework developed to support Mäori counselling students to understand the impacts of historical intergenerational trauma across generations. The focus of this framework examines unseen contributing factors supporting deficit statistics that continue to dominate Mäori communities. Essentially students are invited to participate and interpret personal genealogy in the context of colonisation to explore influences and effects. This paper addresses training Indigenous counselling students simultaneously in affirmative Indigenous worldviews, as well as critiquing the impact of colonisation on themselves, their clients and their wider community. The overall goal is to give students an insight into historical intergenerational trauma so that when they engage with Mäori clientele they also understand some of the historical contexts that underpin working with Mäori." (Author's abstract). Record #5318