Join us for an inspiring and transformative journey as we come together to shine a light on the importance of mental health. It is dedicated to fostering a supportive, informed, and resilient community of young individuals.
Whether you are a young adult seeking guidance, a parent concerned about your child’s mental health, or a community member passionate about supporting youth, this session is for you. Together, we can create a world where mental health is a priority, where youths are equipped with the tools they need to thrive, and where every person knows that their mental well-being matters. Join us on this empowering journey towards nurturing healthy minds and fostering a future filled with mental health awareness and resilience.

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Mental Health Awareness

Mental health is a state of mental well-being that enables people to cope with the stresses of life, realize their abilities, learn well and work well, and contribute to their community. It is an integral component of health and well-being that underpins our individual and collective abilities to make decisions, build relationships, and shape the world we live in. Mental health is a basic human right. It is crucial to personal, community, and socio-economic development.

Mental health is more than the absence of mental disorders. It exists on a complex continuum, which is experienced differently from one person to the next, with varying degrees of difficulty and distress and potentially very different social and clinical outcomes.

Mental health conditions include mental disorders and psycho-social disabilities as well as other mental states associated with significant distress, impairment in functioning, or risk of self-harm. People with mental health conditions are more likely to experience lower levels of mental well-being, but this is not always or necessarily the case.

Mental Health Care

In the context of national efforts to strengthen mental health, it is vital to not only protect and promote the mental well-being of all, but also to address the needs of people with mental health conditions.

The vast care gap for common mental health conditions such as depression and anxiety means countries must also find innovative ways to diversify and scale up care for these conditions, for example through non-specialist psychological counselling or digital self-help.

Community-based Mental Health Care

Community-based mental health care is more accessible and acceptable than institutional care, helps prevent human rights violations, and delivers better recovery outcomes for people with mental health conditions. Community-based mental health care should be provided through a network of interrelated services that comprise:

Mental health services that are integrated in general health care, typically in general hospitals and through task-sharing with non-specialist care providers in primary health care.

Community mental health services that may involve community mental health centers and teams, psycho-social rehabilitation, peer support services, and supported living services.

Services that deliver mental health care in social services and non-health settings, such as child protection, school health services, and prisons.

Mental Health Courses

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Mental Health Awareness Training Course
Mental Wellbeing In Children And Young People Training Course