No Issue Too Small

2016 campaign

In 2015, a team of third year AUT Communication Studies students developed and launched No Issue Too Small – a campaign developed specifically for younger adults (20 – 30 years of age) to raise awareness that no issue is too small to discuss.

Moving on to 2016, we’re thrilled to announce that a new group (pictured right) of third year AUT Communications Studies students has relaunched the No Issue Too Small campaign.

Make sure to follow it on and Instagram homeandfamilyHFC #HFC.

Third year AUT Communications Studies students: Sophie, Shannon, Tyler & Leanne (missing from photo: Thomas)

Colouring Competition

OWL Poster

Owl poster









Researchers have acknowledged the therapeutic qualities of art for years, and colouring books have recently gained popularity for their stress-relieving abilities.

You too can express yourself by colouring in this beautiful OWL poster.

WIN an Event Cinemas Movie Double Pass!

We’re running a social media colouring competition. Be in to win an Event Cinemas Movie Double Pass. It’s easy to enter, here’s how:

Step 1. Download the Owl poster or Dream catcher poster
Step 2. Colour in the poster as creatively as you like!
Step 3. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook.
Step 4. Load a photo of your completed poster onto Instagram or Facebook and tag Home and Family Counselling.
Step 5. Like and share the post with your friends to complete entry.
Step 6. Entries close Monday 17 October and winner announced Fri 21 October. View Colouring Competition Terms & Conditions


Dream catcher









Colour your dreams with this intricate Dream catcher poster.

Be in to win, see our colouring competition details for more.











Mesmerise yourself colouring in this stunning Mandala poster!

No Issue Too Small

2015 campaign

No Issue Too Small is a campaign developed by third year AUT Communication Studies students to remind young people that no issue is too small to discuss.

As part of their campaign they took to the streets to get the low down on what’s stressing young people out. This was to see whether Kiwi culture discourages young people seeking help, and whether young people know about our services.

These three short clips provide a fun, light-hearted insight into some serious issues.

Adult Colouring Poster

Adult colouring books have been found to be therapeutic for those feeling stressed or anxious. As part of their No Issue Too Small campaign, the AUT students designed this beautiful colouring poster and it’s available for you to download and colour in.


No Issue Too Small Colouring Poster