The Art of Being Human is a six-week course (beginning Oct. 16) that dives deeply into your mind, body, and emotions to create a greater sense of ease and resilience in your life.
Mental health is often swept under the rug as a social justice concern, however, the toll it takes on our youth and the injustices it brings is critical to explore. We must address this issue and its significant impact on our modern generation and its relationship to attaining justice.
In Factis Pax is a peer-reviewed online journal of peace education and social justice. New issue: Vol. 16, No. 1, 2022.
School pupils across the Staffordshire district are being invited to get creative as part of a Rotary Club campaign to promote peace and mental wellbeing among young people.
The UNESCO Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development recently published “Rethinking learning: a review of social and emotional learning for education systems.”
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.
The COVID-19 virus has certainly brought in unsettling anxiety inside our mind, body, and spirit. Grace Brillantes-Evangelista, Ph.D., a clinical psychologist, leads us into a guided meditation that focuses on checking inwards to clear the space for a meaningful Holy Week encounter.
Harriet H.Hormillosa, Ph.D., a long time marriage and family counselor, enumerates the symptoms of “couple cabin fever” and introduces the three Cs of living in marital harmony during a lockdown: care, communication, and channeling grace for each other.
Gail Reyes-Galang, Ph.D. recalls how she felt when she was at the Fear Zone of this crisis. She invites us to do a self-check of feelings revealed by our inner voices and examine distorted ways of thinking that contribute to these deep-seated emotions.
Maria Margarita A. Acosta, Ph.D. shares her reflections on balancing multiple roles, as she adapts to the new normal of working from home during COVID-19. She uses creativity in securing her needs and that of her home team, while establishing a daily routine that includes time for spiritual expression.
On April 23, 2019, the Georgetown University Peace Education class facilitated a peer-led teach-in on mental health as a social justice issue.
Researchers say that discrimination at colleges and universities may have negative impacts on black students’ mental health.