The Child Psychology Service appoints Mango Communications as new PR agency

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The Child Psychology Service appoints Mango Communications as new PR agency

The Child Psychology Service, a nationwide network of child psychologists and speech therapists for children, has appointed Mango Communications Aotearoa NZ as its PR agency.


The agency is now responsible for leading all media relations to help raise the profile of the business, drive growth and make sure Kiwi parents are aware this important service is available.

Says Dr Emma Woodward (pictured), founder and director, The Child Psychology Service: “We are thrilled to be working with the team at Mango who have given us great clarity and excitement about what we can achieve through our communications.

“I came across Mango through a separate project and found them wonderful to work with. I have been impressed with the calibre of their operations, their strategic, creative thinking and their expert understanding of the media landscape.

“The demand for child psychologists in New Zealand has seen an increase in recent years, particularly since March last year when COVID-19 hit our shores, so there’s never been a more opportune time for us to spread the word about what we do.”

Says Claudia Macdonald, managing director of Mango Communications Aotearoa: “We are so pleased to be working with The Child Psychology Service, helping to drive growth and raise awareness for the company and the very important support it provides for children and young people.

“As a parent myself, I understand how critical the work they provide is right now.  We’re looking forward to delivering some great results for Dr Emma and the wonderful team at The Child Psychology Service.”

The Child Psychology Service is a nationwide team of child psychologists and speech therapists. Their business model helps to provide psychologists with the support, flexibility and safety they need to be able to do their best work – providing comprehensive mental health support for children and young people.