|Topic||Information and advice about anxiety disorders|
|Publisher||The Royal Australian & NZ College of Psychiatrists|
The Phobic Trust (now The Anxiety New Zealand Trust) was first conceptualised by Marcia Read QSO and the late Mr David Ludbrook. Marcia went on to Form the Phobic Trust in 1980. A 24 hour voluntary phone line was established in 1983 and from this a trial clinic started in Parnell, with the main St Luke's clinic being created soon afterwards. It was officially Incorporated in 1987. The 24 hour help line continues to operate today.
If anxiety, panic attacks or phobias are interfering with your life or the life of one of your loved ones – contact the trust today.
Phone: 0800 269 4389 or 09 846 9776
Anxiety Support group (St Lukes): Every other Thursday, 6–8pm.
Social Anxiety Support group (St Lukes): Every other Saturday, 3–4.30pm.
Family/Friends Group: Every Friday. Free education and support for family and friends (who support others with anxiety).
Bookings essential. For more information on the dates of the groups, please contact by email or phone below.
Phone: 09 846 9776 or ANXIETY helpline (0800 269 4389)
Email: clinic (at) anxiety.org.nz
This group is for adults only, so you have to be over 18 years old to join.
To help protect members' privacy, most details of this meetup group have been hidden from public view.
This is first and foremost a friendship group. It is not the intention of the group to replace professional therapy as there are no counsellors in the group. If you are currently under psychiatric care, you need to consult your doctor before joining.
Please answer the profile questions as honestly as you can, but note your answers are visible to other group members.
For men and women with mental health issues and their whānau. Every Friday of each (8-week) school term, 12pm–1.30pm.
Address: 54 Carruth Road, Papatoetoe 2025
Phone: 09 279 8233
Email: whariki (at) emergeaotearoa.org.nz
GROW offers a supportive environment to help those who struggle to live well in the world. We are a community mental health movement with groups suitable for people recovering from mental illness, anyone suffering a crisis, and for those who need support to self-manage their daily lives. We offer friendship and support at weekly group meetings that are open to all. The meetings follow a routine format and embrace a 12-step program.
The GROW community are people who have been in your shoes and know how you feel. We have found our way back to wholeness and our passion is to help you do the same. No referrals are required, no fees are charged, however a small donation to meet group expenses is usual and voluntary.
Address: Auckland, Waikato, Christchurch and Dunedin
Phone: Nationwide enquiries: 09 846 6869 or 021 049 1360
Email: auckland (at) grow.org.nz
Network Mosaic is an initiative of and funded by Supporting Families in Auckland.
Connecting services in the Northern region to promote best practice for working with young people whose family/whanau experience mental health and/or addiction issues.
Email: emma (at) SFAuckland.org.nz
Support and development programmes for those who experience depression and anxiety – many of which are free with a GP referral.
Phone: 09 441 8989
Email: info (at) raeburnhouse.org.nz
Warmline is a confidential non-crisis, non clinical phone service for service users who may be lonely, anxious, fearful or unable to sleep. The service can provide support and assist callers to problem-solve for themselves. Warmline is recovery orientated and empowers problem solving at a pre-crisis point. Contact: 0508 WARMLINE (0508 927 654).
Phone: 0508 927 654
Well Women Franklin offer a range of services for women and families experiencing or are at risk of experiencing antenatal and/or postnatal distress, These services include a 24-hour telephone support and free weekly peer support groups (morning and evening sessions), childcare is provided during the daytime meetings.
Phone: 021 158 8134
Email: info (at) wellwomenfranklin.org.nz