3 Int'l J. Therapeutic Juris. 117 (2018)
Crafting a Culturally Competent Therapeutic Model in Drug Courts: A Case Study of Te Whare Whakapiki/the Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment Court in Aotearoa New Zealand

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  CRAFTING   A CULTURALLY COMPETENT THERAPEUTIC
  MODEL  IN DRUG   COURTS:  A  CASE STUDY   OF TE WHARE
  WHAKAPIKI   WAIRUA/THE ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUG
     TREATMENT   COURT   IN AOTEAROA   NEW   ZEALAND

          Katey Thom,  Stella Black, Rawiri Pene*






























* Katey Thom, PhD, is a pakeha (New Zealand European) social researcher
located in the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences at the University of
Auckland. Stella Black, Ngai Tilhoe (iwi/tribal affliation) is a Maori re-
searcher in the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences at the University of
Auckland. Rawiri Pene, Ngapuhi, Tainui (iwi/tribal affiliation) supports the
health and wellbeing of participants and their whinau in Te Whare Whaka-
piki Wairua/The Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment Court.

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