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Awareness on mental health in Wokha
A mental health awareness programme for the staff of District Jail Wokha was organised by the District Mental Health Programme (DMHP) Wokha under department of Health and Family Welfare (H&FW) Nagaland, Tuesday.A press release by the office of Chief...
Sensitisation programme on mental health enters day 8
The sensitisation programme on mental health entered the eighth-day, at CTC hall, Chümoukedima, here, on Saturday.The 10-day campaign is being organised by Community Mental Health Programme (CMHP) Prodigals’ Home and state commissioner for Persons with Disabilities (PwDs), supported by...
Students and teachers sensitised on mental health
Little Flower Higher Secondary School, Kohima organised seminar sessions on “mental health issues and psychosocial management” for students & “understanding children’s mental health and stress management” for teachers.At the programme, resource person, psychiatric social worker, District Mental Health Programme...
DMHP Peren observes ‘World Suicide Prevention Day’
District Mental Health Programme (DMHP), Peren, observed “Wolrd Suicide Prevention Day” on the theme “Creating Hope Through Action” on September 9, at GHSS Peren.In a press release, district media officer, Shekho Sophie informed thatGovernment Higher Secondary School (GHSS) Peren,...
DMHP Wokha organises awareness on mental health
An awareness programme on “mental health and the importance of school counselling” was organised by District Mental Health Programme (DMHP) Wokha on July 25 at Government High School Longsa, Wokha.Speaking at the programme, resource person, DMPH Wokha clinical psychologist,...
District Mental Health Programme (DMHP), organises awareness programme on mental health
District Mental Health Programme (DMHP), Kohima organised an awareness programme on mental health and mental illness at Japfu Christian College (JCC) Kohima on Friday, with an objective to reduce the stigma attached with mental illnesses through change of attitude...