Conference Partners

Clinical Advisory Services Aotearoa (CASA) has a model of working alongside groups and organisations that acknowledges the strengths both parties bring to the relationship. We bring a broad range of knowledge, skills and experience in the areas of suicide prevention and postvention as well as broader areas of mental health and wellbeing.

Our kaupapa is to share our clinical expertise through training, supervision, support and consultancy. We have a particular emphasis on the delivery of effective suicide prevention and postvention services to organisations and communities

CASA – http://www.casa.org.nz

Le Va’s purpose is to support Pasifika families and communities to unleash their full potential.

We support and encourage this by carefully designing and developing evidence-based resources, tools, information, knowledge and support services for the best possible health and wellbeing outcomes.

And, we do this all while recalling our traditional values, and applying them safely, in a contemporary way.

LeVa – http:// www.leva.co.nz

Te Rau Matatini provides a strategic focus that is underpinned by Māori workforce development, education, clinical and cultural capability and capacity for the advancement of indigenous health and wellbeing for our people and their communities to achieve whānau ora. Mauri Ora!​

Te Rau Matatini – http://www.teraumatatini.com/

Tēnā koutou katoa – I warmly welcome you to New Zealand’s first University, founded in 1869. The University of Otago provides a research-led learning environment that is second to none with a richly deserved reputation for excellence.

Here, at Otago, you will have unprecedented opportunities. You will be taught by international experts in their fields; you will gain a world-class qualification, and you will be able to contribute to ground-breaking research.

University of Otago – http://www.otago.ac.nz/wellington/index.html