Finish Strong, The Lockdown Continues

Manila, Philippines: Just when we think that we’ve adjusted to the new normal, triggers emerge to make us feel vulnerable again. Dr. Malou Chavez, a registered guidance counselor and psychologist, shows us the way of tapping into our inner resources to be emotionally resilient during this extended lockdown. As an advocate of Positive Psychology, she suggests that we intentionally look for positive things and to shift our mental stance from frustration to curiosity.

The Families for Peace channel aims to strengthen the positive well-being of families across various circumstances. The Families for Peace offers resources directed to parents and children undergoing conflicts brought about by these changing times. By combining theory and practice, family experts, educators, as well as, parent and children advocates, discuss the necessary skills needed to increase the competence of family members in dealing with crisis situations and challenging conditions.

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