PEPTALK MAGAZINE - BUNDLE (4 ISSUES)
Expert advice + Evidence-based tools & strategies to help you (and those you care about) boost mental wellbeing, build resilience, and feel good everyday... GET YOUR HANDS ON ALL 4 ISSUES OF NEW ZEALAND'S MENTAL WELLBEING PUBLICATION!
Educate, Protect & Empower Kiwis with skills to build wellbeing & psychologically thrive.
Our wellbeing publication is a resource that sits within our boarder vision. We advocate for a dual pronged approach to mental health, with our focus being on prevention - equipping people with the tools that build mental wellbeing and protect against mental illness.
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A sneak peak inside ...
- Contributions from experts in the field of wellbeing science
- Interactive exercises
- Insights from inspiring Kiwis
- Empower knowledge + Actionable strategies
... to build and nurture a healthy mind for you and those you care about.
What others say about PEPTALK
I so admire the work that PEPTALK media is doing to grow ‘Wellbeing Literacy’ nationally. Nadine and her team are committed to helping people understand wellbeing and resilience better so they can help themselves and those they care about. The mags are jam-packed with tools, all of which are evidence-based but practical enough to use in every day life.”
Dr Lucy Hone - Director New Zealand Institute of Wellbeing and Resilience
As an educator I was grappling with my work promoting wellbeing and mental health as I felt there was a gap between knowledge and practice. It seems we are all aware and talking about mental health but we don't really know what to do about it. This beautiful publication 'PEPTALK' fills the gap and provides evidence based mental health skills, strategies and tools to help us 'help ourselves'. Contributions come from a diverse group of experts and practitioners with a shared emphasis on collaboration for the 'greater good'. The attractive and user friendly design is innovative and inclusive meeting the needs of both young and old. This is a much needed 'hands on' resource that will support our schools and communities in building our collective capacity to improve mental health".
Megan Martin - Educator and Creator of www.liveuptoyou.org
We love every page of this publication - thank you Nadine and team - it’s awesome - it is saving lives with its knowledge. It is filled with fantastic wisdom and has been a really good resource to give our youth and they are enjoying their own learning about themselves through discussions in this magazine - thank you for being brave and putting your strengths into solutions for NZers education around their wellbeing.
Jo Lane - Manager Marlborough Youth Trust
A quick note to say how much I continue to be thrilled by your wonderful publication - it is such a treasure trove of wisdom, inspiration, useful and evidence-based information, all in an impressively professional and beautifully presented resource. I've encouraged every counsellor I know to subscribe for their school, staffroom, workplace - and their own wellbeing and self-care! Keep up the amazing work you're doing, it truly does make a difference and I hope you feel super proud of the seeds of hope and clarity you are planting with every issue.
Julia Field - Head of Guidance Christchurch Girls' High School
PEPTALK Magazine is dedicated to mental wellness and it is BRILLIANT. My Mum told me about it, and I have since purchased a year long subscription for our family. There are two sections.. one is for ADULTS ( I particularly loved the secrets to resilience from Dr Lucy Hone) & one is for YOUTH, I think my nearly 8 year old will find it really valuable. There are practical exercises, doodle therapy, recipes, healthy habits, tips on how to be happy and how to actively make yourself feel good when you aren’t feeling yourself.
Toni Street - Broadcaster
I work as a counsellor in a secondary school and when our librarian showed me a copy of “Peptalk “, I was so impressed I immediately bought myself a subscription. I love that it cleverly has both youth and adult content in the one magazine.
It has clear, evidence based information and strategies that are understandable, useful and realistically achievable. All this in plain-speak and Kiwi content! It provides a positive approach to wellbeing and hugely importantly, makes it accessible to everyone.
I have already used the magazine successfully with students to encourage wellbeing. I can see much needed benefits for our staff as well - something they can utilise in the own lives and also share with their students.
I believe this would be an outstanding resource to help grow wellbeing in our classrooms - arguably the birthplace for creating the shift in mental health our society desperately needs."
Lara Grocott MNZAC - High School Guidance Counsellor
I came across PEPTALK via Instagram, then I ordered it for myself and became hooked. Then I ordered four more, for my sister and friends. I love the entire ethos, the variety of articles and that ads don’t clog up the pages.
Rebekah Wilson - Journalist
What a wonderful publication you have produced! I’ve read it front to back and thoroughly enjoyed it - it had such awesome, practical and inspiring material. Great job.
Rachel Anderson - Graham Dingle STARS programme co ordinator, Marlborough Girls’ College.
I am just emailing to say how awesome you guys are and how good this new mag is! I have just received (and finished reading) my Autumn PepTalk issue and you have absolutely smashed it out of the park. I am a young shepherd working in Taihape and I am so passionate about mental health and wellness, especially focusing in the rural sector. This publication is perfect, it covers all aspects of mental health in many ways, making it easy for different people to be able to relate and make connections. The interactive parts of the magazine absolutely top it off, you don’t feel like you are just reading a heap of boring stories, it feels like the whole thing is made especially for you…. it’s awesome to see such amazing content out there for everybody.
Sophie Taplin - Shepherd, Taihape
Trying out a new NZ Mental Health magazine based on evidence based wellbeing strategies. Also, no adverts reminding me that I’m not rich, skinny, pretty, spontaneous, fun to be around etc. ‘Women’s’ mags I’m dissing you right now!!