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Our Programs

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Speaker Series 

Our Speaker Series is a platform that connects students with renowned mental health experts and professionals from around the world. We are proud to have reached students and educators in various countries, including Germany, Japan, Bangladesh, Nepal, the Philippines, the United Arab Emirates, South Korea, Pakistan, Lebanon, Taiwan, Turkey, Egypt, Argentina, Brazil, Canada, the USA, and the UK.

Through engaging webinars led by these experts, students have gained valuable insights into coping mechanisms and mindful activities to effectively manage stress. Our webinars have explored essential themes, including "Happy D.O.S.E" (boosting happiness chemicals - Dopamine, Oxytocin, Serotonin, Endorphins), "Self-Reflection: It's Not All in Our Head," "De-Stress With Us," and "Finding Your Ikigai."

Our esteemed past speakers include:

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Alpana Awasthi

Psychotherapist and Trainer, The Thought Clinic

 Yogita Chhablani Pande

Psychologist & Image Consultant

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Activists Series:

Our Activists Series features inspiring individuals who are leading the charge in raising awareness about mental health and challenging stigma. These dedicated activists have shared their experiences and insights to create meaningful change. Here are some of the remarkable activists who have joined us:

  • Vivienne Le: Mental Health Specialist associated with McLean Hospital in Boston. Vivienne's expertise and commitment to mental health have made a significant impact on our discussions.

  • Sophia Shieh: Active Minds Student Advisory Board Member hailing from Boston. Sophia's involvement in mental health advocacy has been influential in our series.

  • Gulnar Kohli: The driving force behind "End The Stigma" . Gulnar's social media advocacy has helped break down barriers surrounding mental health.

  • Sanya Dhingra: The founder of "Manovichar." Sanya's initiative is changing the conversation around mental health and promoting open dialogue.

  • Chaitanyaa Sachdee: A Fortis Youth Mental Health Advocate, Chaitanyaa's work in advocating for youth mental health has made a significant impact.

Community Calls

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We understand the profound importance of mental well-being in the lives of students and educators. In our commitment to promoting mental health awareness and support, we organize a series of community events specially designed to cater to the needs of students and educators alike. These events serve as a safe space for individuals to come together, share experiences, and focus on nurturing their mental well-being.

Our primary objective is to create a supportive and nurturing community where individuals can connect, learn, and grow together. We believe that by fostering a sense of togetherness, we can combat the challenges that mental health often brings. Whether you are a student navigating the complexities of academic life or an educator facing the demands of the teaching profession, our community events are designed to provide you with the resources and support you need.Our events are not just about lectures and presentations. We believe in the power of interactive and engaging sessions. Participants can actively participate in discussions, ask questions, and share their own experiences. This interactive approach fosters a sense of community and allows for a more comprehensive understanding of the topics covered.

We invite students, educators, and anyone interested in improving their mental well-being to join our community calls. By participating, you become part of a vibrant and caring community dedicated to nurturing mental health, sharing experiences, and finding inspiration in one another.

Mental Health Education Toolkit for Adolescents 

Our comprehensive Mental Health Education Toolkit for Adolescents is a valuable resource designed to empower young individuals with the knowledge and skills they need to navigate the complex terrain of mental health. This toolkit is thoughtfully curated to provide adolescents with the tools they need to promote mental well-being, understand their emotions, and seek help when needed.

Key Components of the Toolkit:

  • Educational Modules: Engaging modules that cover essential topics such as stress management, emotional awareness, coping strategies, and building resilience.

  • Interactive Activities: Fun and informative activities that encourage self-reflection, mindfulness, and self-care practices.

  • Resource Guides: Accessible guides that provide information on where to seek help, crisis hotlines, and mental health organizations.

  • Real-Life Stories: Inspiring stories from individuals who have overcome mental health challenges, fostering a sense of hope and connection.

  • Expert Insights: Insights from mental health professionals, offering expert advice and guidance on various mental health topics.

  • FAQs: Answers to common questions about mental health, providing clarity and understanding.

  • Toolbox for Parents and Educators: Supplementary resources to help parents and educators support adolescents in their mental health journey.

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