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DTCA Submission

Submission on Direct to Consumer Advertising

Therapeutic Products Bill April 2019

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What is in the “Rights for Victims of Insane Offenders Bill”?

In Louise Upston’s press release she states that the intention of her bill is to ensure that victims of legally…

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Job Opportunity – Communications Specialist

Changing Minds are looking for a Communications Specialist to bring our comms strategy to a new level. Do you have…

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Board Opportunities – Changing Minds

Are you ready to join an enabling board poised on the forefront of leading positive system change? Changing Minds needs…

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Feedback on ‘He Ara Oranga’ the mental health and addiction inquiry from lived experience and whānau leaders

People with lived experience and whānau responded to the report with feelings of ‘hope’ and ‘optimism’. People believe the report…

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Mental Health Stigma Reduction Guidelines

Reduce the Stigma and Discrimination faced by those who have experienced Mental Health or Addiction challenges

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What an (unhelpful) friend taught me about self-care

Why didn’t I listen to my own instincts? You may ask. Well, I began to ask myself the same question…

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Changing Minds response to the NZ Government Inquiry into Mental Health and Addiction

On the back of the release of the Inquiry’s report, Changing Minds is optimistic about the future of mental health…

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ISPS NZ Power Threat Meaning Workshop

12th - 13th of February, 2019. The Power Threat Meaning Framework is a new perspective on why people sometimes experience a…

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Changing Minds Merch now available from our shop!

Kindness is good for your health t-shirts, gratitude journals and more!

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Nutrition a glaring gap in Government’s health report

If you’ve had the experience of a sudden recovery from years -- or decades -- of depression, brain fog and…

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Changing Minds Christmas hours

Meri Kirihimete! Thanks to everyone who supported us this year, it means so much to us to have your support…

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