Stories & News
Ed Sheeran talks of grief and depression…
The superstar talks to Rolling Stone magazine ahead of the release of his sixth album, 'Subtract'.
West Auckland mental health service for mothers wins top Australasian award
"A West Auckland health service which supports mums and mums-to-be who are struggling with their mental health, has won an award from an international learning network which focuses on improving mental health services in Australia and New Zealand. He Kākano Ora...
WALSH Trust Annual General Meeting (AGM) – Tuesday 18 October 2022, 7pm
The Community Hall, at Te Atatu Baptist Church, 448 Old Te Atatu Rd, Te Atatu Peninsula "Is a “tyranny of commonsense” inhibiting efforts to transform the mental health sector?"
RECONNECT – ‘Mental Health Awareness Week’ 26 September – 2 October
The past couple of years have been tough and it's easy to feel disconnected from the people and places that are important to us. Whether it's reaching out to someone you have lost contact with, visiting a place that's special to you or getting outside in nature with...
Reimagining mental health…
A growing recognition of the global impact of mental illness has led to a movement to find solutions, a movement with deep roots in the Department of Global Health and Social Medicine at Harvard Medical School.
“In the Cuckoo’s Nest”
Our quarterly newsletter, look inside to read the August 2022 edition...
Rotary clubs raised $600k in 6weeks for school programme
Schools will take part in a programme which teaches children to manage their emotions.
Great Minds: Walking the length of NZ to overcome depression
The seemingly fearless mother and daughter duo have endured much together, the length of NZ to be precise!
Hopes new path for counsellors to join mental health workforce will ease crisis
Counsellors and the work they do are an important part to wellbeing...
Sir John Kirwan embarks on landmark drive across the country
"Together we can change the course of mental health in this country."
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