Aroha in action hui: Responding to sexualised behaviour

This workshop recording from the Aroha in Action Family Start Hui 2023 is facilitated by Aroha Lee and Lyn Jansen from Stop Services. It aims to support kaimahi to feel more confident in responding to sexualised behaviour and talking about it with whānau.

This content is for practitioners or whānau supporters.

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Aroha in Action Family Start Hui 2023: Responding to sexualised behaviour and when to be worried? (transcript)


Aroha Lee, Stop Services

Ngāti Kurī, Ngāi Tahu

Aroha Lee is a Prevention Education Kaiako at Stop, based in Ōtautahi Christchurch. Her specialty is to focus on courageous conversations with tamariki and conversations encouraged early between all whānau members. The focus being that parents and caregivers feel confident and equipped to have these conversations with tamariki about safe boundaries and safe touch.

Lyn Jansen, Stop Services

Based in Ōtautahi, Lyn Jansen is the Prevention Education Lead at Stop. The Prevention Education Team sits alongside Stop's clinical team and provides training, support and consultation in the prevention space. Lyn finds it a privilege to equip and support families, whānau, professionals and schools in the kaupapa that Stop offers and to contribute to minimising and preventing incidents of sexualised behaviour from escalating in our communities.

Aroha in Action Family Start Hui

Aroha in Action Family Start Hui 2023 was a full-day online hui for Family Start whānau workers. Experienced kaikōrero and practitioners who work with whānau, specialising in family violence and sexual violence shared their knowledge focused on strengthening, responding and healing.

This hui was part of our mahi to support Family Start whānau workers across Aotearoa, a key step to deliver Te Aorerekura – the National Strategy to Eliminate Family Violence and Sexual Violence.

Watch recordings from the hui