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Moemoeā : Māori counselling journeys editors Kathie Crocket, Eugene Davis, Elmarie Kotzé, Brent Swann and Huia Swann

Contributor(s): Crocket, Kathie [editor] | Davis, Eugene [editor] | Kotzé, Elmarie [editor] | Swann, Brent [editor] | Swann, Huia [editor].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Auckland, New Zealand : Dunmore Press, 2017Description: 243 pages ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781927212264 (pbk).Subject(s): COUNSELLING | CULTURE | FAMILIES | INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS | MĀORI | MEN | MENTAL HEALTH | WOMEN | YOUNG PEOPLE | HAUORA HINENGARO | MANA WAHINE | MANAAKI TANGATA | PŪRĀKAU | TAITAMARIKI | TĀNE | TIKANGA TUKU IHO | WĀHINE | WHĀNAU | NEW ZEALANDDDC classification: 361.06 MOE Online resources: Book review
Contents:
PART 1. Interweavings: Whakaaro Māori and narrative therapy ; 1. Pukapuka as hui: Coming together apart! / Huia Swann, [and 6 others] --- 2. Whakapapa narratives and whānau therapy / Brent Swann, Huia Swann and Kathie Crocket -- 3. Pūrākau and te aohurihuri / Brent Swann, Eugene Davis and Kathie Crocket -- 4. Taonga tuku iho: Positioning myself for whānau therapy / Brent Swann and Kathie Crocket -- 5. Te wā: Stories about and in time / Eugene Davis [and 5 others] -- PART 2. Mana matters ; 6. Mana wahine / Joy Te Wiata and Kathie Crocket -- 7. What does it mean to be a man: Effects of witnessing practices / Eugene Davis and Kathie Crocket -- 8. A second change at life / Rahera Taylor, Elmarie Kotzé and Kathie Crocket -- 9. Encounters that matter / Paul Gay and Elmarie Kotzé -- PART 3. Inside our practice ; 10. Receiving referrals and beginning counselling / Huia Swann -- 11. Small steps as a practice of tino rangatiratanga / Huia Swann, Brent Swann, Kathie Crocket and Elmarie Kotzé -- 12. For the love of wood / paul gay and Elmarie Kotzé -- 13. Māui Pōtiki: Building towards solidarity with rangatahi / Eugene Davis, Kathie Crocket and Elmarie Kotzé -- 14. Pūrākau old and new, in the context of harm / Joy Te Wiata, Russell Smith and Kathie Crocket -- 15. Working with other agencie for mana-respecting practices / Huia Swann and Kathie Crocket -- PART 4. Learning, teaching and supervision -- 16. The House speaks ... we speak back to the House / Cheri Waititi, Elmarie Kotzé and Kathie Crocket -- 17. Maniaroa: Noho marae / Rahera Taylor, Kathie Crocket and Elmarie Kotzé -- 18. Entanglement with Parihaka / Moalia Lattimore and Elmarie Kotzé -- 19. Where supervision and culture meet: Kawenga whakarurutanga / Titihuia Rewita, Huia Swann, Brent Swann and Katie Crocket -- PART 5. Ngā taonga tuku iho: Past, present and future / Brent Swann and Huia Swann.
Summary: "This book is a collection of material by Māori practitioners. It is a practical and accessible resource for those working alongside whānau Māori. Each chapter demonstrates clear links between practice and philosophy, situating these in whakaaro Māori and in contemporary Western ideas. Practice stories show Māori cultural ethics at work in: counselling, supervision, group work, research, advocacy, and professional education. In their weaving of whakaaro Māori and narrative practice, the stories will inform and inspire practitioners who work alongside Māori, in diverse settings. Throughout the book the voices of both whānau and counsellor explore what happens when mana is recognised, called into presence, and engaged in the task of reimagining the future." (From the back cover). Record #5895
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Book Book TRO 361.06 MOE Checked out 04/11/2018 FV18070009

Includes bibliographical references and index.

PART 1. Interweavings: Whakaaro Māori and narrative therapy ; 1. Pukapuka as hui: Coming together apart! / Huia Swann, [and 6 others] --- 2. Whakapapa narratives and whānau therapy / Brent Swann, Huia Swann and Kathie Crocket -- 3. Pūrākau and te aohurihuri / Brent Swann, Eugene Davis and Kathie Crocket -- 4. Taonga tuku iho: Positioning myself for whānau therapy / Brent Swann and Kathie Crocket -- 5. Te wā: Stories about and in time / Eugene Davis [and 5 others] -- PART 2. Mana matters ; 6. Mana wahine / Joy Te Wiata and Kathie Crocket -- 7. What does it mean to be a man: Effects of witnessing practices / Eugene Davis and Kathie Crocket -- 8. A second change at life / Rahera Taylor, Elmarie Kotzé and Kathie Crocket -- 9. Encounters that matter / Paul Gay and Elmarie Kotzé -- PART 3. Inside our practice ; 10. Receiving referrals and beginning counselling / Huia Swann -- 11. Small steps as a practice of tino rangatiratanga / Huia Swann, Brent Swann, Kathie Crocket and Elmarie Kotzé -- 12. For the love of wood / paul gay and Elmarie Kotzé -- 13. Māui Pōtiki: Building towards solidarity with rangatahi / Eugene Davis, Kathie Crocket and Elmarie Kotzé -- 14. Pūrākau old and new, in the context of harm / Joy Te Wiata, Russell Smith and Kathie Crocket -- 15. Working with other agencie for mana-respecting practices / Huia Swann and Kathie Crocket -- PART 4. Learning, teaching and supervision -- 16. The House speaks ... we speak back to the House / Cheri Waititi, Elmarie Kotzé and Kathie Crocket -- 17. Maniaroa: Noho marae / Rahera Taylor, Kathie Crocket and Elmarie Kotzé -- 18. Entanglement with Parihaka / Moalia Lattimore and Elmarie Kotzé -- 19. Where supervision and culture meet: Kawenga whakarurutanga / Titihuia Rewita, Huia Swann, Brent Swann and Katie Crocket -- PART 5. Ngā taonga tuku iho: Past, present and future / Brent Swann and Huia Swann.

"This book is a collection of material by Māori practitioners. It is a practical and accessible resource for those working alongside whānau Māori. Each chapter demonstrates clear links between practice and philosophy, situating these in whakaaro Māori and in contemporary Western ideas. Practice stories show Māori cultural ethics at work in: counselling, supervision, group work, research, advocacy, and professional education. In their weaving of whakaaro Māori and narrative practice, the stories will inform and inspire practitioners who work alongside Māori, in diverse settings. Throughout the book the voices of both whānau and counsellor explore what happens when mana is recognised, called into presence, and engaged in the task of reimagining the future." (From the back cover). Record #5895