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Recovery in Mental Health Study

November 19, 2014 at 10:36 AM

AUT and Changing Minds are jointly conducting a survey into 'What Quality of Life issues are the most important during mental health recovery?' 

We are interested in hearing what people think and feel about this issue.
We are seeking interested people with lived experience of mental health recovery to take part in a focus group and some exercises to help answer this question.

Answers will help us to identify the most important life issues for people living with and recovering from mental illness.

 

If you would like to participate or for more information please contact:

margaret@changingminds.org.nz

021 2177 377

Feel free to pass on this invitation to others who could also be interested in participating. A voucher for your time and refreshments will be provided.

Thank you!



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