Mā te rongo, ka mōhio, From listening comes knowledge,
Mā te mōhio, ka mārama, From knowledge comes understanding,
Mā te mārama, ka mātau, From understanding comes wisdom,
Mā te mātau, ka ora. From wisdom comes wellbeing.
A well village is one in which individuals and whānau live and thrive
Appreciative of all the generous people and wonderful activities and initiatives in this village, workshop facilitator, Barry Taylor and Paekākāriki resident, thought about what he could offer to the life and wellbeing of Paekākāriki. The result is him offering these free wellbeing workshops for those who live in Paekākāriki. It is an opportunity for those in the village to understand more about what is required for us as individuals and whānau to live well and thrive. The workshops draw on the knowledge and insights gained from 35 years of Barry’s professional life working in the fields of promoting wellbeing and suicide prevention at the local, national and international levels.
Living and thriving – A well being, being well 3 workshops series – Paekākāriki Tennis Club Hall
Participants are encouraged to attend all three workshops but can choose to attend individual workshops. There is a limit of 25 participants for the in-person workshops. Once the workshop is full and if there is sufficient interest then the workshops will be repeated in an online format.
Workshop 1: Our Wellbeing is Our Wealth: Putting wellbeing at the heart of our living – Thursday 15 June, 7.00pm to 9.00pm
Unpack the buzzword – Wellbeing. Differentiate the difference between a welfare approach (remedial), a wellness approach (skill enhancing) and a wellbeing approach (whole of person / whole of environment). Explore the six components of the Wheel Wellbeing and finally identify a series of wellbeing outcomes to apply to the development of a wellbeing plan
Workshop 2: Action For Wellbeing: Doing things well so we can be well – Thursday 22 June, 7.00pm to 9.00pm Fill your kete with proven effective wellbeing outcomes on which to hang wellbeing activities
Workshop 3: It’s Bloody Tough at the Moment: A wellbeing guide to living and navigating these challenging economic times – Thursday 29 June, 7.00pm to 9.00pm We are hardwired to cope. So what are the dynamics when stress becomes distress or feelings of coping become feelings of be overwhelmed. Make sure your coping capability is functioning well by understanding what are the key skills for coping.
Barry Taylor – Internationally respected and Award Winning Suicide Prevention & Mental Wellbeing Practitioner