Te Awatea – A new day, a new dawn

Building a Life that Works - Developing the Skills of Wellbeing & Resiliency

Te Awatea is an 8-Week Course for people living in and around Mangawhai. A supportive group environment for local people facing challenges or wanting connection.

Venue: Training Room, St John Mangawhai, 194 Molesworth Drive, Mangawhai.
Starts Tuesday 18 May 10am – 12.15pm

We will include
• Anxiety and depression
• Neuro biology and how our brains work in anxiety and stress
• Social connection and healthy relationships
• Strategies for reducing stress
• Healthy living
• Self-compassion and hope
• Habits and addictions
• Developing tools of resilience and life beyond surviving
• Happiness and joy
• Boundary setting and managing conflict
• Gratitude

Incorporating a wide range of models for change including
Te Whare Tapa Wha, The Resilience WorkBook-Glenn Schiraldi,
Tika Pono Aroha and an art component.

Over the weeks you will be guided to build your own understanding to develop the skills to change some things in your life and experience more ease and joy.

Led by Herby Skipper (Te Ha Oranga) and
Carol Syron (Te Whai Community Trust Mangawhai)

Call 021 02478003 to register or Self-refer. Under reason for referral add Te Awatea & tick Wellbeing & Social Services.

We’ll call you & welcome you!

*Photo by Josh Young on Unsplash