Te Manu Kai I Te Matauraga: Indigenous Psychology in Aotearoa / NZ
By: Edited by Waikaremoana W. Waitoki & Michelle Levy
This ground-breaking book brings together the work of 18 Māori psychologists. Linked by a central story, each author offers insights into how they work with Māori when they start from positions of hope, cultural contexts, and culturally significant essentials. Including a diverse range of expertise, topics covered include Kaupapa Māori psychology, community psychology, mental health, drug and alcohol, neuropsychology, family violence, educational psychology and child and adolescent psychology.