Posts Tagged: mental health

Mental Health workshops for peer educators in full steam

Throughout November and December last year, a series of workshops on mental health topics for peer educators from primary and secondary schools and faculties from Bitola. The first mental health workshop module was on the topic of anxiety and depression. According to experts in the field of psychological sciences, anxiety is a condition associated with

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Beginning of the peer school for mental health of children and youth

One of the most important elements of the project is the peer school itself, through which we plan to make a significantly large outreach of the topic of mental health. In the second half of September and October, we worked on the animation of the Bitola educational institutions with a focus on primary and secondary

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Call for Members of Support Group for Mental Health for People from Single-Parent Families

This call is for locals only. Please refer to the Macedonian language page for details.

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Call for Members of Support Group for Mental Health for People with Disabilities

This call is for locals only. Please refer to the Macedonian language page for details.

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Call for Peer Educators for Mental Health [CLOSED]

This call is for locals only. Please refer to the Macedonian language page for details.

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Mental Health. Deep dive on a grassroots level among young people and adults

Through peer-to-peer education in working with the youth and initiating support groups in working with adults, this project aims to install proven methods of work when facing challenging issues and/or topics. Peer-to-peer education plays a pivotal role in empowering youth and fostering community development, a mission that aligns seamlessly with our dedication at the YMCA

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PROJECT: Peer School for the Mental Health of Children and Youth

The project comes as a logical result of the fact that in Bitola the subject of mental health have not been dealt with in a systematic way, but only ad-hoc and in the short term. In addition to this and before Covid, but especially now, we see a huge need to provide support primarily to

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