Si’osi’omaga / Environment e i m /T C on i im tex Ta tO isi / Others
KARI CENTREYOUNG PEOPLE REFERRED WITH ATTEMPTED SUICIDE OR WITH SUICIDAL IDEATION ARE SEEN ACUTELY OR GIVEN URGENT STATUS
Role of Cultural AdvisorEnsure culturally and spiritually appropriate protocol and processes are followed when meeting with Young Pasefika Person and Fanau
Cultural Support Worker First point of Contact with Parents/Fanau/Family Supports/advocates for Young Person/Fanau/Family EngagesParents/Fanau/Families culturallyand spiritually as is appropriate
Cultural AdvisorAdvice and support Kari Centre Clinicians - Pasifika Young Person and Parents/Fanau/Family through Assessment and Intervention
Support - FesoasoaniSpiritual and Emotional Support through Prayer/Spiritual/Traditional HealingSupport through Reconciliation/Faaleleiga with One’s Self, with Others - Parents/Fanau/Aiga/Friends/etc
Holistic ApproachMulti-disciplinary approach to recovery and healingPhysical/Psychological/SpiritualRecognizing and acknowledging Young Person’s and Fanau’s Cultural and Spiritual Beliefs and Principles
Kari Centre Cultural Advisors & Workers Barry Afaaso B.Ed, B.Theo SamoanSiosinita Alofi BA, MSocW (Currently) TonganDedicated to Mua’autofia Tueipi Clarke First Cultural Advisor at Kari Centre
Kari Centre Building 13Greenland Clinical Centre Auckland Ph (09) 623 4646 BarryA@adhb.govt.nz
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