Diversity New Zealand Limited and Philip Patston

Leading new conversations about diversity, complexity and change — online and offline

DPSN: Social media and mental health

Originally posted on dpsn:
Over the past few months I’ve been thinking a lot about social media and how we use it.  I’ve written recently about the power of social…

3 August 2015

DPSN: Am I “flourishing” right? The importance of making self-care work for you

Originally posted on dpsn:
Therapists, as a general rule, can spend an awful lot of time teaching clients how to take better care of themselves.  Ironically, as a group, we…

11 May 2015

UMAL2M Day 66: Maihi

Originally posted on dpsn:
Two-thirds complete! Maihi talks about his mum: Don’t forget that you still have time to contribute! Watch the video below for tips: And send your video…

14 September 2014

UMAL2M Day 65: Jack

Originally posted on dpsn:
Today Jack gives us a meaningful video about how important his mum has been for helping him through depression: Don’t forget that you still have time…

13 September 2014

UMAL2M Day 64: Aaron

Originally posted on dpsn:
Day 64 and we have Aaron talking about his partner Chrissy, and how much she means to him: Don’t forget that you still have time to…

12 September 2014

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