Mangaluru: Roshni Nilaya holds interactive session on ‘Mental Health and Wellbeing’

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Mangaluru, Mar 2: MSc Counselling, School of Social Work, Roshni Nilaya, organised an interactive session on the topic, ‘Mental Health and Wellbeing’ on March 1 by Dr Harish Shetty, psychiatrist, Hiranandani Hospital, Mumbai.

He stressed on the importance of self acceptance, awareness and expression of positive emotions, dealing with depression and suicide prevention. He further stressed on ‘staying alive’ at all times.

It was attended by a large number of students, teachers, professionals, practitioners, housewives and general public.


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  • Max and Jessie Rasquinha, Mangalore, Houston/Dallas, texas

    Fri, Mar 02 2018

    We wish to express our complements to Roshni Nilaya for conducting the Conference focused on Mental Health and Wellbeing. This is an essential topic to ponder so that not only the students but also the faculty members will be benefited a great deal. The world is getting more and more restless, specially the young men and women, who are surrounded by so many tensions and daily constraints due to changing lifestyles and many other circumstances.

    Of late, there have been so many disturbances taking place in the school environments where the students come up with so many demands and create so many violent situations that are not easy to control. The World at large is going thru so many difficult circumstances, especially in the schools where students come up with so many unbelievable demands and get indulged with violent methods causing deaths and disturbances.

    Young students are obliged to resort to different ideas and thoughts, but the students need timely guidance and interventions. Conferences such as these are therefore very valuable for young students to participate and voice their opinions in a timely manner so that the School authorities and the general public are aware of the public anxieties of the students as well as the faculty members.

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