Tag Archives: Mental health

[Off-the-shelf] “A Well-Being Workbook for Youth Activists” Volume 2 -AIph

#HumanRights #MentalHealth

Happiness and your activism can co-exist.

You deserve to be as nice to yourself as you are to other people.
Amnesty’s “A Well-Being Workbook for Youth Activists” Volume 2 to support you on your journey to care for yourself and others while defending human rights.

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Read Volume 1 of the FanZine here: http://bit.ly/AmnestyFanZineVol1

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[Video] KALMA: Mental Health sa Gitna ng COVID19 -iDEFEND & PAHRA

KALMA: Mental Health sa Gitna ng COVID19
May 22, 2020 • Biyernes, 4PM

Kasama sina:

Edel Parducho
Psychologist
Medical Action Group (MAG)

Malaya Lara
Volunteer Psychometrician
Medical Action Group (MAG)

Dr. Julia Racquel Rimando-Magalong
Epidemiologist, Pathologist, Board Member
Medical Action Group (MAG)

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[Featured site] Circle of Hope

Circle of Hope is a community that ignites genuine hope for individuals needing it the most to cope with challenging situations by using research-informed interventions in the context of the Filipino experience.

The program will be offering a variety of interventions and supports, such as: psycho-education, family therapy/parent counseling, grief counseling, psycho-spiritual counseling, and expressive arts therapy. Program activities and services will include the following:

Mental Health Assessment
Developing an Individualized Mental Health Plan of Care
Psycho-education Sessions (e.g. Coping Skills)
Individual and Family Counseling Services
Support Groups (Teens, Parents, Professionals)
Close Coordination with the Psycho-Social Support Team and Physicians
Mindfulness and Stress Management Training for Patients, Parents/Caregivers, Professionals

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[In the news] WHO recognizes ‘burn-out’ as medical condition -GMAnews

The World Health Organization has for the first time recognized “burn-out” in its International Classification of Diseases (ICD), which is widely used as a benchmark for diagnosis and health insurers.

The decision, reached during the World Health Assembly in Geneva, which wraps up on Tuesday, could help put to rest decades of debate among experts over how to define burnout, and whether it should be considered a medical condition.

In the latest update of its catalogue of diseases and injuries around the world, WHO defines burn-out as “a syndrome conceptualized as resulting from chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed.”

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