join us at our peer-led support group for young adults (aged 18 to 25) living with anxiety and depression:
Mission of the support group:
To provide a peer-supported environment for those who live with mental health illnesses such as anxiety and depression.
To provide a community for young people living with anxiety and depression.
To provide a safe environment for people to share their experiences with living with
anxiety and depression and its impact on their lives.
When : every Saturday, commencing Saturday April 6th 3:00pm-4:30pm George Town, Town Hall.
Shane Purcell is a trained facilitator who has previously worked with the Irish mental health support group ‘Aware’. He has facilitated support and self-care groups in St. James hospital in Ireland, and is excited about using his extensive experience to facilitate this peer-led support group in Cayman.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Over half of our young people in the Cayman Islands report that they have been bullied. Understanding bullying and its link with mental illness can support the children in our community in creating an anti-bullying culture.
This workshop helps to understand bullying and explores strategies for preventing it:
• How to identify different types of bullying.
• Understanding the impact of bullying on children's mental health.
• Identifying risk factors that make children vulnerable to bullying.
• How to support an anti-bullying culture.
• Understanding how bullying and mental health interrelate and contribute to
Education Sessions by the Alex Panton Foundation in collaboration with the Ministry of Community Affairs, brings together members of the local Cayman community & experts on the field for the 2019 Workshops "Bullying & Mental Health" "Young Men At Risk"
Suicide rates are higher in men than women. Research indicates that youth suicide and
specific social and cultural variable are linked, such as quality of life, social attachment,
measures of individualism, and help seeking behaviours.
This workshop will explore:
• How emotional distress is communicated in young men;
• Challenging and risk taking behaviours displayed by young men;
• Warning signs to watch for;
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