Family Well-being Programme for Migrants 2015

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1st Series: “Well-Being 1”

Venue and Schedule:

Waikato Ethnic Family Services Trust 2D,

Caro Street Community Building

Tuesday from 10:00 to 11:30

Programmes:

10 March, on Tuesday, from 10:00 to 11:30

Introduction to “Family Well-being Programme for Migrants
“Challenges and celebration in living in new country as a migrant”

17 Mar, on Tuesday, from 10:00 to 11:30

Tea Time!
“Catching up with the previous week, Sharing own experiences, & Expanding your own network”

24 Mar, on Tuesday, from 10:00 to 11:30

Managing your stress in your daily life in a new country
“It is important to know how to organise your lilfe in a place you don’t know well”

31 Mar, on Tuesday, from 10:00 to 11:30

Tea Time!
“Catching up with the previous week, Sharing own experiences, & Expanding your own network”

07 Apr: No programme is scheduled, due to school holidays

14 Apr: No programme is scheduled, due to school holidays

21 Apr

Challenges and celebration in living in new country as a migrant
“Keep your motivation and hope alive!!”

28 Apr

Tea Time!
“Catching up with the previous week, Sharing own experiences, & Expanding your own network”

05 May

A Migrant’s Story by Philip Yeung
Guest speaker: Philip Yeung, Hamilton City Councillor

12 May

Tea Time!
“Catching up with the previous week, Sharing own experiences, & Expanding your own network”

19 May

Take the stress out of learning English
Guest speaker: Jo de Lisle (
http://englishlanguage.org.nz/)
The language is the biggest issue for migrants to over come. We will discuss how we can develop our English.

26 May

Tea Time!
“Catching up with the previous week, Sharing own experiences, & Expanding your own network”

02 Jun

How to become a calm and confident job seeker
It won’t be easy for migrants to find a working place. So what do we need to know and what can we can do?

09 Jun

Tea Time!
“Catching up with the previous week, Sharing own experiences, & Expanding your own network”

16 Jun

Developing supportive network
Migration means less social network. It is important to develop a new social & supportive network

23 Jun

Tea Time!
“Catching up with the previous week, Sharing own experiences, & Expanding your own network”

30 Jun

Tea Time!
“Catching up with the previous week, Sharing own experiences, & Expanding your own network”

07 Jul: No programme is scheduled, due to school holidays

14 Jul: No programme is scheduled, due to school holidays

2nd Series: “Well-Being 2”

Venue and Schedule:

Waikato Ethnic Family Services Trust 2D,

Caro Street Community Building

Tuesday from 10:00 to 11:30

Programmes:

21 Jul: No programme is scheduled

28 Jul

Introduction & Importance of maintaining your well-being

04 Aug

An Introduction to Mindfulness
Facilitator: Vanisri Mills (Counsellor)

11 Aug

Tea Time!
“Catching up with the previous week, Sharing own experiences, & Expanding your own network”

18 Aug

Mindfulness Exercises Facilitator: Vanisri Mills (Counsellor)

25 Aug

Tea Time!
“Catching up with the previous week, Sharing own experiences, & Expanding your own network”

01 Sep

Mental and physical wellbeing 1

08 Sep

Tea Time!
“Catching up with the previous week, Sharing own experiences, & Expanding your own network”

15 Sep

Mental and physical wellbeing 2

22 Sep

Tea Time!
“Catching up with the previous week, Sharing own experiences, & Expanding your own network”

29 Sep: No programme is scheduled, due to school holidays

06 Oct: No programme is scheduled, due to school holidays

13 Oct

Self Esteem 1 – Self Image Where do we pick up our poor self-image?
Facilitator: Kaoru Tsukigi (Counsellor)

20 Oct

Tea Time!
“Catching up with the previous week, Sharing own experiences, & Expanding your own network”

27 Oct

Self Esteem 2 – The comfort zone and expand your self confidence
Facilitator: Kou Kunishige (Counsellor)

03 Nov

Tea Time!
“Catching up with the previous week, Sharing own experiences, & Expanding your own network”

10 Nov

Assertion Therapy 1 – Skill training or cognitive restructuring
Facilitator: Kaoru Tsukigi (Counsellor)

17 Nov

Tea Time!
“Catching up with the previous week, Sharing own experiences, & Expanding your own network”

24 Nov

Assertion Therapy 2 – Skill training or cognitive restructuring
Facilitator: Kou Kunishige (Counsellor)

01 Dec

Tea Time!
“Catching up with the previous week, Sharing own experiences, & Expanding your own network”

08 Dec

Closing, reflecting the programme