Ho`opono In Every Home
Our Compassionate Koʻolaupoko team would like to invite you to join us for our first Speaker Series event of 2023! This Zoom event, Ho`opono In Every Home – will be held on Tuesday, January 24, from 3:00 – 4:30 pm with presenters Makalauna Feliciano, Loke Kalama, and Ka’ai’ai Paglinawan of Liliuokalani Trust.
Hoʻopono is a modern-day adaptation of the Hawaiian traditional practice of Hoʻoponopono. The purpose of Hoʻopono is to empower families with a cultural approach to resolve everyday pilikia (issues) and maintain harmony.
This session will discuss the Hoʻopono process for community members, including parents, teachers, behavioral health providers, and anyone interested in this healthy and healing practice.
The outcomes of Hoʻopono focus on developing healthy communication skills, increasing positive coping skills while decreasing negative coping behaviors, identifying strengths individually and as a family, and learning a Hawaiian/spiritual practice. The ultimate outcome is a vision of “Hoʻopono in every home.”
Meet our presenters:
Kaʻaiʻai Paglinawan is the daughter of Richard and Lynette Paglinawan and a second-generation Licensed Social Worker. Born and raised in Kahaluʻu, She continues the traditions of family and community work. Working for Liliʻuokalani Trust for over 14 years, she continues to further the work of her parents and kūpuna as a student of Malia Craver and Thelma Ulsh-Cotter and a Haku Hoʻoponopono from Richard and Lynette Paglinawan. Kaʻaiʻai continues to support the learning and integration of cultural strengths with the children and families she works with.
A Hawaiian Practitioner who was fortunate to learn various teachings of Hawaiian traditions, customs, and beliefs from family ancestral lines as well as illustrious Hawaiian practitioners and mentors throughout Hawai`i. ʻŪniki Hope Kumu Hula and Hoʻopaʻa Laeʻoʻo Huʻelepo under Kalani K. Akana. Been working with Liliʻuokalani Trust since 1996, and learned Hoʻoponopono under Malia Craver and Dennis Kauahi. Created a culturally relevant and innovative curriculum to work with Hawaiian Male youth in Hawaiʻi. Teacher of Hoʻopono, an adaptation of Hoʻoponopono for families. Western educational accomplishments include receiving his master’s degree in social work, Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training – Suicide First Aid, Certified Clinical Trauma Professional, and Mental Health First Aid. Author of “Naluʻs Journey”, a Hawaiian storybook that supports youth to speak on their grief and loss.
Loke Kalama has been with Lili’uokalani Trust Trust since 2014 as a Direct Service Specialist on Maui and currently serves as a Practice Development Advisor. Kuleana in this role has been to support the expansion of LT’s Ho’opono Program across Hawai’i. Ho’opono is an adaptation of Ho’oponopono, a traditional Hawaiian healing practice, with the goal of helping families solve everyday problems.
To register for this Zoom event: bit.ly/Jan24SpeakerSeries