Why didn’t I listen to my own instincts? You may ask. Well, I began to ask myself the same question as I kicked myself over and over for being a crap friend to my friend. And then it became clear to…
On the back of the release of the Inquiry’s report, Changing Minds is optimistic about the future of mental health and wellbeing in Aotearoa and see this is the opportunity New Zealand needs to lead the way globally.
12th - 13th of February, 2019. The Power Threat Meaning Framework is a new perspective on why people sometimes experience a whole range of forms of distress.
Kindness is good for your health t-shirts, gratitude journals and more!
If you’ve had the experience of a sudden recovery from years -- or decades -- of depression, brain fog and anxiety, you’re going to be shouting about it from the rooftops.
Meri Kirihimete! Thanks to everyone who supported us this year, it means so much to us to have your support and to hear your stories. We will be closed over the Christmas and New Years period to recharge and get…
Talking to the media can be both exciting and daunting, so we have created a video that gives you some tips for sharing your story safely and confidently.
We welcome a diversion option in the justice system for people to access support for their needs rather than face imprisonment or other punitive measures.
Monday 3 December, 6pm | Corban Estate Arts Centre | Changing Minds AGM 2018
In the wake recent events and increased attention of ‘being sectioned’ we have put together a bit of information to hopefully dispel some myths and create more thoughtful conversations around mental health.