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Mental Health and Wellbeing of Young People Seminar, Auckland

Featuring leading experts in the field, the Mental Health and Wellbeing of Young People Seminar provides practically relevant information and strategies that can be applied to support young people achieve their potential.

Targeted at mental health professionals, teachers, social/youth workers, parents and young people themselves, the seminar features topics such as body image and disordered eating, video-game addiction, adolescent brain development, supporting young people with a learning disability and many others.

Date/Time: Friday, 28th August, 9am-5pm
Location/Address: Bruce Mason Centre, Cnr Hurstmere Road and The Promenade, Takapuna Beach
Contact Generation Next: Ph: 09 363 9697, E: info@generationnext.co.nz
For Further Information:  www.generationnext.co.nz/

Generation Next – Mental Health and Wellbeing Seminar

Generation Next is a not-for-profit social enterprise dedicated to enhancing the mental health and wellbeing of young people and their communities.

They run a series of annual seminars in Australia and NZ. They aim to provide participants with the knowledge and skills to help young people achieve and maintain their emotional, social, mental, and physical wellbeing.

The Mental Health & Wellbeing of Young People, being held in Auckland on Friday 1 August 2014 will feature local and international experts in child mental health and wellbeing, showcasing the latest updates on key health, social, and educational issues.

Download 2014 Brochure here.

Generation Next Seminar for People working with Young People 5 July 2013

Generation Next invites you to participate in the Mental Health and Wellbeing for Young People Seminar, Auckland 2013 !

Generation Next has been running successful seminars all around Australia and this year they are bringing them to Auckland. This seminar is recommended for teachers, counsellors, psychologists, nurses, parents, social and youth workers, and anyone else who might have an interest in the wellbeing of young people.


Friday, 5th July, 2013; 9am-5pm @ Bruce Mason Centre, Takapuna Beach

The Mental Health and Wellbeing of Young People Seminar is run by Generation Next, a Social Enterprise concerned with issues being faced by our young people today. The aim of the seminar is to provide knowledge and practical skills to those who can work with them to help maintain their emotional, social, mental, and physical wellbeing. This seminar is essential for teachers, parents, social and youth workers, counsellors, and anyone else who might have an impact on the wellbeing of young people. For enquiries please email info@generationnext.co.nz or see our website www.generationnext.co.nz for more details.

Please note that Generation Next are currently running the Super Early Bird Special which gives a discounted rate of $150/head until 31st May, 2013. All prices stated are in NZD. Bookings of 7+, contact Generation Next for registration.

If you require an invoice, or have any other questions regarding this seminar, please email info@generationnext.co.nz


  • Friday, 5th July, 2013
  • 9.00am – 5.00pm
  • Bruce Mason Centre, Takapuna Beach (Cnr Hurstmere Rd & The Promenade)


  • 8 Professional Development Hours

NEW Topics this year include major and current issues by New Zealand and Australia’s leading experts:


  • Three Things that Anyone Who Works With Young People Needs to Know, Nigel Latta, Clinical Psychologist, Goldfish Wisdom
  • Getting Our Kids from I can’t to I can, Diane Levy, Family Therapist and Author
  • Meditation in Schools – Teaching Kids (and You) A Life Skill in 10 Minutes, Chris Marshall, Teacher, Year 12 Dean, Henderson High School.
  • The Corporate Takeover of Childhood, Maggie Hamilton, Author, Researcher and Social Commentator
  • Caring for Kids in an Online World, Susan McLean, Cybersafety Expert
  • Violent Video Games and Their Impact on Behaviour, Dr Wayne Warburton, Lecture in Developmental Psychology, Macquarie University
  • Child Beauty Pageants, Collett Smart, Psychologist and Teacher, Collective Shout and Family Smart
  • Drumming and Percussion for Wellbeing, Tim Orgias and InRhythm
  • Protecting Children Against Online Predators, Det Sgt Stuart Butler, Taskforce Argos, QLD Police

Please see the Generation Next website for more information.


(Earlybird offer is not valid if you have already registered)