By Laura López Gámez “We dance for laughter, we dance for tears, we dance for madness, we dance for fears, we dance for hopes, we dance for screams, we are the dancers, we create the dreams.” Albert Einstein. Meditation is the practice of bringing the mind into stillness and silence, training ... Read More about Active Meditation practice and the wisdom of the body for PMH
By Bara Stemper Bauerova Yukari Mitsuhashi, journalist and author of the book Ikigai: giving every day meaning and joy says you can uncover your Ikigai by asking simple questions: What brings happiness to my everyday life? What puts a smile on my face just thinking about ... Read More about Ikigai
Last week about 30 youth workers from the six countries involved in this project started an online learning journey aimed at supporting youth in achieving positive mental health. During 4 weeks in February and March, the youth workers will take part in 6 online training days, coupled with additional ... Read More about Training for Youth Workers started!
By Dragan Atanasov Introduction When speaking of safety, what we usually mean is being physically safe, or free from physical harm or danger. The need for physical safety is deeply rooted in the evolutionary development of the human species, and our brains are pretty good at recognizing signs ... Read More about Creating Safe Spaces for Young People
The Practice Brief: A Framework for Promoting Positive Mental Health and Wellbeing in the European Youth Sector, which is part of Intellectual Output 1, was just published in Dutch and Italian languages! Both translations can be downloaded from the Resources section of our web page. Soon ... Read More about Practice Brief available in Dutch and Italian language!