Ngāi Tahu ki Tauranga Moana

June 19 hui
Kia ora whānau,
Dr Candy Cookson Cox is renowned for suicide research. She has explored suicide postvention, and support provided for the bereaved. Her research method facilitates review, reflection and restoration, and is getting results.

In her own words – “I would be honoured to come and speak to you about this deadly topic.” (Suicide and the associated characteristics depression and mental health).

We invite you to come and bring guests to listen to her. Depression is not age, gender or race specific and everyone is impacted by it in some form. So let’s shed some light on the topic, and learn some new strategies and perspectives to enable us to make a difference in our own community.

She comes highly regarded. “Dr Candy Cookson Cox is one of the best speakers I have ever had the pleasure to hear. She is an amazing lady. If you google her you will see her appear on a number of sites including in articles in the Rotorua Daily post.” Say’s Ngāi Tahu committee member Anna Were.

Please support us by coming to the meeting so we can continue to get speakers of a high calibre.

Tauranga Boys College Wharenui
Sunday 19 June at 1pm
Koha appreciated (bring a small plate for afternoon tea).

Important dates
Bi-monthly hui 2016
Tauranga Boys College Wharenui
Sunday – start time 1pm.

  • 19 June (as mentioned above)
  • 7 August
  • 16 October
  • 4 December (venue and time TBA).