If you and your friends have always wanted to watch a Rugby World Cup final on one of the biggest screens in the country, then Matt O’Meeghan has the answer for you. The Night Flicks owner runs an outdoor cinema…
Our 2019 Atawhat Festival launches this week with Taurima Vibes at the helm and in association with Te Pou Theatre. If you are in Auckland please join us for a fabulous series of free events from now until 2 November.…
Changing Minds' response to the Government’s release of Every Life Matters | He Tapu te Oranga o ia tangata Changing Minds is pleased to see the announcement from Government last week around suicide prevention, particularly: an increase in post-discharge support…
Changing Minds is moving closer to completing its first virtual reality story as part of the recoVRy project in collaboration with Titan Ideas.
From 30 August to 4 September Mockingbird was in production on location at Changing Minds (and other mental health services premises) and producer Tatiana Hotere says the production team enjoyed the challenge.
The original Mockingbird has been translated from a one-hour play into an eight minute theatrical, screen script. Written and performed by Lisa Brickell, the screenplay is built around the real experiences of four generations of women from the same family. The four characters, of mixed cultural backgrounds, live in 1910, 1940, 1969 and 2001, and share their journey of post-partum depression and psychosis as well as the discrimination they faced.
Atawhai provides artists, organisations, and communities avenues to explore difficult conversations around mental health, using the arts as a conduit for education and unity.
Therapeutic Products Bill April 2019
In Louise Upston’s press release she states that the intention of her bill is to ensure that victims of legally insane offenders are treated as other victims of crime.
Are you ready to join an enabling board poised on the forefront of leading positive system change? Changing Minds needs you!
People with lived experience and whānau responded to the report with feelings of ‘hope’ and ‘optimism’. People believe the report presents an unprecedented opportunity for whole of system transformation.
Reduce the Stigma and Discrimination faced by those who have experienced Mental Health or Addiction challenges