There is no health without mental health.
Being a student is stressful, but trying to juggle school work and other responsibilities while experiencing mental illness can make it even harder. Stress and anxiety hinder academic success more than any other non-academic factors.
Mental health interventions increase largely wellbeing and the programs are delivered in the settings where children, youth live, work, learn, and thrive. These include schools and workplaces. The broad objectives of the programs is to :
Education gives your children the information & understanding they need about different subjects, but it does not necessarily prepare them with vital life skills.
Through life skills that focus on holistic growth and nurturing human values, we can ensure that children are able to emerge out of this crisis feeling emotionally stronger, mentally healthier.