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  • Diversity must be a focus for mental health

    Until our mental health system gets its promised overhaul, we need to find cost-effective and creative ways for mental health professionals to increase their awareness across all areas of diversity, writes Gloria Fraser.

  • Vote would keep prisoners part of society

    Psychology PhD student, Daniel Wegerhoff argues that the right to vote sends the message that we want them to engage in society in a positive way.

  • Improving mental health in rainbow communities

    Research from the School of Psychology has helped create a new resource to address the high rate of mental health difficulties faced by New Zealand’s rainbow communities.

  • Developing a typology of child sexual exploitation offenders

    Master of Forensic Psychology student Elsemiek Griemink has spent the past year working with the Department of Internal Affairs to help provide better data on individuals who access, produce, and distribute sexually exploitative material featuring children in New Zealand.