PressGo is part of Progress to Health, a community-based organisation that’s been supporting people affected by mental illness or disability for over 25 years.

Progress to Health supports around 900 people each year, with its ultimate aim to create communities without barriers. Its services are provided throughout the Waikato, Taupo and Taranaki.

The PressGo team are:

Catherine Cook

Business and Marketing Coordinator 

Catherine is a mum of two and loves living a healthy balanced lifestyle in order to do her best at work and at home. She has a passion for connecting with people in all different sectors of the industry and offering support and advice on how PressGo can help your workplace through means of educating, encouraging and inspiring you and your team around mental wellbeing at work. She is responsible for promoting PressGo and overseeing its operation. 

Catherine's your first point of contact to arrange a workshop or to provide further information.

To contact Catherine email:

Rae MacDonald


Waikato born and bred, Rae is a wonderful mum of 3 beautiful children, she has been training adults for nearly 10 years and has a thirst for helping teams navigate through change and uncertain times.

When she is not training, or coaching, she enjoys getting grounded by spending time on
her maunga, Pirongia, or having the wind on her face, on the back of the motorbike.

After seeing so many people get uncomfortable talking about mental health, Rae’s mission is to encourage workplaces to “get comfortable with being uncomfortable” by having a greater awareness of the mental health of all staff.  As a result, Rae has joined PressGo to support more of the community with our Mental Health Toolkit workshop.

It is her passion is to help workplaces thrive, staff to be happy, engaged and feel safe
at work. She welcomes the opportunity to work with your team.

Email for more information.

Ruth Taylor


Ruth is an experienced facilitator, training adults and children in
communication, conflict management and wellbeing since she was 21.

In her career, Ruth has worked in many different sectors with people from a
variety of backgrounds, including troubled youth, individuals with intellectual
disabilities, and many parents and professionals. Having emigrated with her
family from the other side of the world, coped with the loss of loved ones and
redundancy, she understands the importance of inner resilience and wellbeing.

Ruth enjoys tramping, reading, walking her dogs and sharing her knowledge with
others though facilitation, blogs and writing books!

"I'm really excited to be involved with PressGo, they deliver course which cover
topics which are so important in this current climate of uncertainty. I look forward to meeting you all."

Email for more information.


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