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Literature review : Pae Whakatupuranga | Functional Family Therapy: Cross Generations Programme Whakaue Research for Māori Health and Development

Contributor(s): Whakaue Research for Māori Health and Development.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Whanganui, New Zealand : Whakaue Research for Māori Health and Development, 2021Description: electronic document (30 pages) ; PDF file.Subject(s): Oranga Tamariki, Ministry for Children | Youth Horizons Trust | FAMILIES | INTERGENERATIONAL TRANSMISSION | INTERVENTION | LITERATURE REVIEWS | MĀORI | PACIFIC PEOPLES | PASIFIKA | RANGAHAU MĀORI | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Download report | Youth Horizons news item Summary: Te Pae Whakatupuranga/Functional Family Therapy Cross Generations (Pae Whakatupuranga) is a new programme designed to address the inter-generational cycle of criminal behaviour, by working directly with young people and their families. A three-year pilot, the programme is a collaboration between Youth Horizons | Kia Puāwai (YH|KP), Functional Family Therapy LLC1, Oranga Tamariki Ministry for Children, Ara Poutama Aotearoa Department of Corrections and Ngā Pirihimana o Aotearoa - the New Zealand Police. Pae Whakatupuranga is an adaptation of Functional Family Therapy, that has been delivered by YH|KP in Aotearoa New Zealand2 since 2009. The adapted version uses te ao Māori and Pasifika frameworks to engage the whole whānau in the therapeutic process. This literature review identifies the current evidence that contextualises the delivery of the pilot programme. Contemporary therapeutic models, practices, and considerations of relevance to working with Māori and Pasifika young people and their whānau/families, are examined. The subsequent placement of Pae Whakatupuranga, within the wider context of theory and practice in Aotearoa, is considered. (From the Executive Summary). Record #7302
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Published August 2021.

Te Pae Whakatupuranga/Functional Family Therapy Cross Generations (Pae Whakatupuranga) is a new programme designed to address the inter-generational cycle of criminal behaviour, by working directly with young people and their families. A three-year pilot, the programme is a collaboration between Youth Horizons | Kia Puāwai (YH|KP), Functional Family Therapy LLC1, Oranga Tamariki Ministry for Children, Ara Poutama Aotearoa Department of Corrections and Ngā Pirihimana o
Aotearoa - the New Zealand Police. Pae Whakatupuranga is an adaptation of Functional Family Therapy, that has been delivered by YH|KP in Aotearoa New Zealand2 since 2009. The adapted version uses te ao Māori and Pasifika frameworks to engage the whole whānau in the therapeutic process.

This literature review identifies the current evidence that contextualises the delivery of the pilot programme. Contemporary therapeutic models, practices, and considerations of relevance to working with Māori and Pasifika young people and their whānau/families, are examined. The subsequent placement of Pae Whakatupuranga, within the wider context of theory and practice in Aotearoa, is considered. (From the Executive Summary). Record #7302

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