Act of Kindness that build life-supporting communities

A-OK.NZ is a NZ provider of quality, internationally recognised training that equips people to be able to have life-supporting conversations.  Our frameworks are tested and have been proven to work in preventing suicide. These frameworks are proven to help support people even if suicide is not a concern.  

We offer a range workshops to meet your organisational training needs.  

 

Life-supporting conversations support people, that we intuitively sense are in need of support, help, or just need someone to listen.  Most people want to help and most people, in hard times, want some kind of support to help them figure out what they need.  

 

We believe anyone can have life-supporting conversations.

We believe in working together.  A-OK NZ works inter connectedly locally, regionally, nationally and internationally.  A-OK NZ needs the support of local communities to partner in finding the best solutions for your community.

Developing community-led solutions to build life-supporting communities is a priority outcome for A-OK NZ. 

We believe that life-supporting conversations will anchor community-led solutions that will build life-supporting communities.

A-OK NZ facilitations bring a cultural and NZ context to the training along with  10+ years of training / practical  experience. 

Meet the team

A-OKTEAM / FACILITATORS

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09 278 0408

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Kayte Godward

Facilitator Safetalk ASIST Suicide First Aid Previously the Community Relationships and Suicide Prevention Manager for Lifeline. Kayte also trains: Charles Rapp-Strengths Model, Mary Ellen Copeland - WRAP Plan; Challenging Behaviours, Communication, Stress and Wellbeing, Family Violence, Te Tiriti. Kayte's a strong advocate for people with lived experience of mental health issues. In addition, Kayte is also an international award winning actress, a writer and a film maker.