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Workshop on Workplace Mental Health: Creating Awareness, Building Skills 2015

The Workshop is conducted by National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences; it was an Institute of National Importance a Multidisciplinary Academic, Research and Health Care Institute in Brain, Mind Behavior Axis in India. The workplace can be a strong contributor to mental well being, giving people the opportunity to feel productive and achieve their potential. With people spending so many waking hours at work, addressing issues of mental health, such as depression, anxiety, substance use, or suicide, has emerged as a priority for organizations. No workplace is immune from the risk of mental health problems, regardless of size, sector or specialization. Creating mentally healthy workplaces includes comprehensive, well-informed initiatives for prevention, promotion and anti-stigma initiatives, intervention and appropriate referral networks. The workshop offers a space to create awareness about mental health issues of employees and develop skills to recognize and respond effectively to help vulnerable employees.
 
Who can attend the workshop?

Human resource management professionals; Limited to 25 persons Registrations on first - come basis.

Format: Interactive Format with experiential activities and group work

Dates and duration: 19 th and 20 th February, 2015 (9.30 AM – 4.00 PM)

Venue of the Workshop: Department of Clinical Psychology,
National Institute of Mental Health and  Neuro Sciences, Bangalore -560029

What will I learn?

Awareness about warning signs of mental health difficulties among employees, through case scenarios and experiential activities. Guidelines for capacity building and best practice guidelines for integrating mental health as a priority in the workplace. Discussions about individual and systemic changes and workable models for workplace mental health

Contact for Register:

Coordinator,
Dr. Poornima Bhola, Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Department of Clinical Psychology,
NIMHANS, Bangalore -560029
Tel: 26995195; E-mail: poornimabhola@gmail.com
http://www.nimhans.kar.nic.in

Paulomi Matam Sudhir, PhD., Additional Professor,
Joint Coordinator,
Department of Clinical Psychology,
NIMHANS, Bangalore -560029
 
 
 

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HUMAN RIGHTS OF MENTALLY ILL PERSONS
http://www.homeformentallyill.org/human-rights-of-mentally-ill-persons.html

Since the dawn of human civilization, mentally ill persons have received scant care and concern of the community because of their unproductive value in the socioeconomic value system. They have not only been neglected but received step motherly treatment from the health planners especially in the developing countries. It was the plea of progressive incorporation of the norms of human rights and liberal jurisprudence in the respective legal system of nation states that created the necessity and urgency of initiating appropriate steps for the care and treatment of mentally ill persons.

It is admitted on all hands that barring few exceptions, the mentally ill person deserves the same privileges as enjoyed by any other human being. However, the stigma, the residual disability and its intolerance, and more importantly the inability of the mentally ill to protest against exploitation, have all made the basic human rights of the mentally ill a major cause of growing concern.

 

The 1971 Declaration on the Rights of Mentally Retarded Persons:
This Declaration was adopted by the General Assembly on 20th December 1971, keeping in view the necessity of providing help to mentally retarded persons in order to enable them to develop their abilities and promoting their integration in the normal life. The Declaration provides a framework within which national and international actions should be initiated for the advancement of rights set forth in the Declaration.

The Declaration lays down following principles:
The mentally ill persons has to the maximum degrees of feasibility the same rights as other human beings.
The mentally ill person has a right to proper medical care and physical therapy and to such education, training, rehabilitation and guidance as will enable him to develop his ability and maximum potential.
The mentally ill person has a right to economic security and to a decent standard of living. He has a right to perform productive work or to engage in any other meaningful occupation to the fullest possible extent of his capabilities.
The mentally ill person, whenever possible should live with his own family, or with foster parents and participate in different forms of community life. The family with which he lives should be provided with assistance.
The mentally ill person has a right to qualified guardian when this is required to protect his personal well being and interests.
Disabled persons are entitled to have their special need taken into consideration at all stage of economic and social planning.
Disabled persons have the right to live with their families or with foster parents an to participate in all social, creative or recreational activities.
Disabled persons shall be protected against all exploitation, and treatment of a discriminatory, abusive or degrading nature.
Disabled persons shall be able to avail themselves of qualified legal aid when such aid proves indispensable for the protection of their person and property. If judicial proceeding are instituted against them, the legal procedure applied shall take their physical and mental condition fully into account.

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How to Donate to charity in India?
We  at Home For Mentally Ill a charitable trust in Coimbatore, India welcome your donation for our charity of Orphanage to help mentally ill people.  You can pay by bank transfers / online banking / debit card and credit card.You will receive – Income Tax Exception from us.

You may visit directly to our home and support us with  your donation by the way of providing food / Sponsor food or meals one time & also sponsor a mother for a year.
http://www.homeformentallyill.org/how-donate-to-charity-in-india.html

We welcome sponsor for one day meal during the occasion of your birth day, wedding day,  children birth day.You may participate with us during the lunch or dinner time and you can directly serve to our people.

Train your children with a habit of helping or celebrate birth day by giving food to orphanage. which makes him to grow with kindness and truthfulness in his heart.

Even you may send money to our charity as donation and we will do this on behalf of you and your family or you can dedicate this to a specific person.

We always welcome you to Help people while time permits and whenever you can it makes them to think as in a secure and surrounding of families.

Join with us today. We will keep remind you on every birthday / wedding day and so on. so, that you can do the service as long as you can.

Donating to charity will make you to feel peace and happiness. this is symbol of love among the human community.

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Giving to charity not only benefits you but also the society and other communal factors. The encouragement of charity giving leads you to a spiritual welfare.

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The inmates of our home..!! help us to survive..!!!
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