The World Happiness Report looks primarily at the institutional frameworks behind happiness.
Eila Ruuskanen-Himma: A work exchange month in New York - discussing the World Happiness Report
The education and tasks of people working in mental health care differ from each other. There are many professional titles and roles, which may sometimes confuse the client. This section briefly describes the professional titles and tasks.
How Can I Help My Children?
A guide to parents who have mental health problems.
What's Up With Our Parents?
A handbook for older children and adolescents whose parent has mental health problems.
Liisa is a 15-year-old girl, who is doing well at school and exercises on a regular basis. In addition to her hobbies, she also takes a long run almost every night. Liisa has lost a considerable amount of weight within the last year. She only nibbles at her food during family meals.
How Can I Care for My Children?
A handbook for parents struggling with drug or alcohol use.
Anni has a 22-year-old son called Jussi. Jussi lives in Lappeenranta, where he moved two years ago to study. Anni lives in Tampere and currently meets her son a few times a year. For a long time now, she has suspected that something is not right with Jussi.
Nuoren mielen ensiapu® -ohjaajakoulutus, Helsinki 23.-24.4.2020
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Koulutus sopii sinulle, jos olet suorittanut NMEA® -peruskoulutuksen, sinulla on kokemusta ryhmän ohjaamisesta, sitoudut toteuttamaan NMEA® -koulutuksia ja käytät sujuvasti tietokonetta ja ohjelmia.
On the Path to Recovery – a Group Model for Bereaved by Suicide
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Every parent wishes that their child could be happy and flourish, even during life’s challenges. With the help of simple everyday techniques we can support a child’s development and psychological wellbeing. Simple actions that can sometimes