HMA launches new website

Team montagev4We are excited. Today we launch our new website (www.hma.co.nz). Over the past three months we have been working with Wired Internet Group to rebuild our website so that it now operates across a number of platforms including desktop, tablet, and other mobile devices such as smart phones. We invite you to go and have a look, see what we are up to, explore case studies of some of the innovative work we have been doing in both the program design as well as e-learning space for staff. We remain committed to supporting behaviour change across a number of sectors including criminal justice, motivational interviewing, family violence intervention, and safe parenting practice.

On the site you can easily keep up with:

What’s on – the projects that HMA are currently involved with within Australasia. This is also a place where we will advertise upcoming workshops, visiting experts, and things of interest.

What’s Ken thinking – is a blog around practice issues which is intended to support practitioners at the front line as they go about their daily practice of behaviour change with clients.

Online learning – this showcases a number of e-learning packages that we have developed for particular clients. With guest access it is possible to have a taste of some of the workshops that we have on offer in the online space.

About us – this area is about why we do what we do. The past 35 years we have been committed to social justice and social change through supporting individual clients, couples and families, as well as professionals to be effective in what they do. You can also read about who’s on our team as well as our alliances other like-minded organisations. We are proud of many successes and partnerships that we have established with a range of organisations to support their work – you can read a number of case-studies regarding our work.

What we do – explores the main focus of our practice – this will take you on a journey including family violence, motivational interviewing, supervision, coaching and mentoring, behaviour change programs, enhancing staff performance and online learning.

Resources – having been in the business for a long time we have amassed significant resources that we know are useful in practice. These resources are free to download and share with colleagues. We’ll continue to populate and add to the section over time.

We also operate a small online shop where we stock books as well as other learning and development resources.

We are also excited to concurrently launch the Men’s Safety Project, a free site for men wanting to be safe within their relationships. It also is a useful resource for practitioners who are engaged and supporting families where safety is a major concern.

Enough from me, please go and have a play.

Published on Wednesday, February 24th, 2016, under Announcements, Family violence, Learning & development, Motivational Interviewing, Offender work, Practice tips and techniques, Programme design & development

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