A traumatic crisis is caused by a sudden, unexpected and intense incident. The event produces a significant emotional shock that temporarily overwhelms the individual. Traumatic crisis is a reaction to an event which threatens the essential aspects of life.
The Elevator of Emotions
The Elevator of Emotions is a functional and interactive game for learning emotional and social skills.
Seeking help for adolescents suffering from mental health problems
Psychological problems are quite common during adolescence. It has been estimated that about one in every five adolescents experiences depression, anxiety or excessive irritability, which has a negative effect on family relationships and friendship, as well as on school and hobbies.
Ohessa liitteenä Suomen Mielenterveysseuran verkkosivujen tarjoamat rss-syötteet. Syötteen avulla voit seurata Mielenterveysseuran verkkosivujen ajankohtaisia päivityksiä tai lisätä omille verkkosivuillesi syötteen Suomen Mielenterveysseuran tuoreista päivityksistä.
MIELI Mental Health Finland
Maistraatinportti 4 A, 7th floor
telephone +358 9 615 516
Support and help for foreigners
MIELI Mental Health Finland provides crisis assistance and support in order to prevent mental health problems and suicides.
Crisis Helpline in Finnish
call 09 2525 0111
on Mon-Fri 09.00-07.00, weekends and public holidays 15.00-07.00
Presentations in Helsinki
The SOS Centre of the Finnish Association for Mental Health has worked in suicide prevention for almost 40 years. Based on past experiences, suicide can usually be prevented.
Peer Learning: "Participation of young people with mental health issues"
Promoting the (mental) health of young people is also one of the eight action areas in the European youth strategy. The Netherlands EU presidency in the first half year of 2016 addressed this issue during several meetings. Together with Finland - and with the participation of Ireland, Cyprus, Malta, Romania, Greece and Scotland and Estonia - the topic of the participation of young people with mental health issues and the role of youth work will be continued during a peer review.