Depression is one of the most common mental health problems facing people today. Up to one in four women and one in six men can expect to experience depression at some time in their lives. Manawatu SF provides a Connections with hope,depression programme , below are excerpts from our brochure describing our service for people who experience mild to moderate depression and a chec
Children Understanding Mental Health Ka marama ngaa tamariki te ahuatanga o te mate hinengaroa
Supporting Children who live in the Presence of Mental Health Issues & Addicition
The well-being of family, whanau is vital for New Zealandf communities. People affected by mental health issues and addicition do not live in isolation. We are
Connections with Hope. How to deal with Anxiety
Anxiety is a normal and healthy response to danger and threat e.g feeling stressed before an interview or exam, or scared that you can't cope with demands placed on you. Anxiety focuses the body and mind on dealing with a problem- the body gets ready for action ( fight or flight) and the brain focuses on thinking through every p
Supporting Families is moving on the 1st December to 163 Boardway Ave Palmerston North. If you are passing please pop in to say hi we would love to see you.
8 week course. One hour per session. One session per week
Parents attend alongside child. Parents learn theory and reasoning behind the strategies children are learning.
Practical strategies are taught b