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Mental Health and Addiction Inquiry

11 April, 2018

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An inquiry has been set up into NZ mental health and addiction services.  The inquiry panel want to engage with EVERYONE including service users and their family/whanau.  They would like to hear all ideas – big and small, specific or broad, innovative or building on what’s already happening.  HAVE YOUR SAY…..

The panel intend to hold meetings, forums, hui and fono across the country.  They would like to directly reach out to everyone including Maori, Pasifika, young people, people with disabilities, LGBTIQA+ groups, rural people, elderly, veterans, minorities, immigrants and refugee populations, victims of violence and people in correctional facilities.

WAYS TO MAKE YOUR VIEWS KNOWN:

Email:                            mentalhealthinquiry@dia.govt.nz

Inquiry website:          www.mentalhealth.inquiry.govt.nz

Online form: https://www.dia.govt.nz/Government-Inquiry-into-Mental-Health-and-Addiction

Future steps:

An 0800 line will be set up

Look out for social media forums

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Motivational Interviewing

3 July, 2015

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Motivational Interviewing

A workshop for health care professionals

Presenter
Julianne Osborne (Registered Clinical Psychologist, more about Julianne)

Date
6pm to 8pm, Monday the 10th and Wednesday the 12th of August 2015
Dunedin, NZ
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Upcoming Adolescent Brain Workshop

2 July, 2015

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The Adolescent Brain Workshop

Utilizing Neurobiological Information to Enhance Mental Health and Learning

Presenter
Dr Pieter J. Rossouw (University of Queensland, Australia)

Date
TWO-DAY WORKSHOP
9am to 4pm, Thursday the 3th & Friday the 4th of September 2015
Dunedin, NZ

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The Science of Herbs and Mental Health

19 May, 2015

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The Science of Herbs and Mental Health

-everyone welcome-

Presenter
Sandra Clair (M.A., Post.Grad.Dip. Health Science, PhD Candidate, more about Sandra)

Date
5.30pm to 7pm, Tuesday the 30th of June 2015
Dunedin, NZ
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Professor Robert T. Muller (York University, Canada)

16 February, 2015

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Trauma and the Avoidant Client

Engaging traumatised clients who avoid attachment, closeness, and painful feelings

Presenter
Professor Robert T. Muller (York University, Canada)

Date
TWO-DAY WORKSHOP
9am to 4pm, Thursday the 7th & Friday the 8th of May 2015
Dunedin, NZ

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