Ngāti Maniapoto, Whakatōhea
Kaitaikitanga can be understood as the responsibility and practices that protect and nurture the mauri or essence and life force of people and places. Principles of whanaungatanga (meaningful connections/connectedness), tiaki (caring for people and places), and aroha (compassion) underpin our Kaupapa Māori model.
We offer kaimahi safe spaces as individuals or groups to process cultural and clinical experiences from both professional and personal contexts. As a Kaupapa Māori service we prioritise well-being within the workplace. ĀKI also partners with Tangata Tiriti to meet the needs of a wide range of people.
ĀKI offers face-to-face and/or online kaitiaki sessions with individuals across professionals
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