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Generation Next: Youth Mental Health Event

July 16, 2015 at 9:15 AM

Generation Next is a not-for-profit organisation tackling the social, cultural and economic factors impacting on young people. Working with teachers, principals, mental health professionals, parents and organisations, we raise awareness about issues affecting the mental health of young people and provide practically relevant information and strategies that they can apply directly in supporting young people achieve their potential.

Featuring leading experts in the field, our Mental Health and Wellbeing of Young People Program provides practically relevant information and strategies that can be applied to support young people achieve their potential. Topics featured include body image and disordered eating, videogame addiction, adolescent brain development, supporting young people with a learning disability and many others.

The seminar will take place on 28th August at the Bruce Mason Centre in Auckland. Discounted registration passes, along with more information, is available from the following link: There are also limited exhibition, advertising and branding opportunities.

Category: Community Notices