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— Mental health education: Empowering the community to take action for better mental health.

In general, education is a key part of a society’s growth and progress. When people are educated, they can significantly contribute to their family and society, thus creating a stable and stimulating community. Same as mental health education.

For major physical diseases, it is widely accepted that members of the public will benefit by knowing what actions they can take for prevention, early intervention, and treatment. However, this type of public knowledge about mental disorders (mental health literacy) has received much less attention. According to American Psychological Association, there is evidence from surveys in several countries for deficiencies in:

(a) The public’s knowledge of how to prevent mental disorders

(b) Recognition of when a disorder is developing

(c) Knowledge of help-seeking options and treatments available

(d) Knowledge of effective self-help strategies for milder problems

(e) First aid skills to support others affected by mental health problems.

Nevertheless, there is evidence that a range of interventions can improve mental health literacy, including community campaigns, interventions in educational settings, Mental Health First Aid training, and information websites.

T-Angle is committed to provide mental health education through E-Seminars for increasing the community’s mental health literacy needs so that the whole community is empowered to take action for better mental health.

Calendar of T-Angle E-Seminars

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If you need more information or have any questions, please contact us at info@t-angle.org.