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Psynamo Group| Project: Community Mental Health – SPRING 2019 Learning Opportunities

The Psynamo Group are continuing with their Community Mental Health Campaign, run for the last three years with a selection of learning opportunities this Spring. In addition to our children’s and parenting development opportunities, we will also have a series of talks to continue to provide the community with up-to-date research-based and information talks about a…

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Taking Stock of Your Values

Taking Stock of Your Values, by Emma Wienker The start of a new year is often a time when people make new year’s resolutions and set goals for what they want to accomplish in the coming year. From extensive research we know that well-defined goals increase the likelihood that we will achieve the things we…

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Psynamo Celebrates Counselling Awareness Month: April 2017

Counselling Awareness: 8 Top Tips to get the most out of Counselling Counselling is a relationship between two people as well as a healing and learning process. Both the counsellor and the client need to be ready to work together and hopefully will be able to like each other. Here are 8 Top Tips for getting…

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Psynamo Celebrates Awareness of Bullying: November 14th to 20th, 2016

  To Bully, be Bullied, Bystand or Be the solution. Bullying is a phenomenon that exists in nature and has been observed in animal and human models. It is a phenomenon that happens worldwide and causes untold angst and stress and yet there is very little that is done until someone is unable to cope…

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Psynamo Celebrates: World Mental Health Day – Monday 10th October 2016

Psynamo Celebrates World Mental Health Day: Monday 10th October, 2016 The Team at Psynamo have always held mental health in highest esteem and we have taken this as our Mission: “Psynamo is dedicated to the betterment of mental health and improved awareness of mental health issues for all, whenever possible.” World Mental Health Day has…

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A few thoughts on Acculturation

Acculturation is effectively the process by which we learn about another culture and how we fit into it without necessarily losing our own cultural identity or adopting that of the new culture completely. We can see this happening on a multitude of playing fields in life from moving countries, companies, schools or just neighbourhoods. Those…

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Psynamo Celebrates the International Day of Friendship Saturday 30th June 2016

The team at Psynamo believe that friendships are important and celebrate the United Nations International Day of Friendship today, 30th June 2016. Friendship can be many things, whether established in person, online or even by old fashioned methods such as penpal letter writing. Whatever way you have made friends and communicate, take a moment to…

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Psynamo Celebrates the UN World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development May 21st 2016

World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development … and Coaching On May 21 the United Nations is celebrating cultural diversity on a special day with a cumbrous name. They are advertising 10 things to do to celebrate the World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development (http://www.un.org/en/events/culturaldiversityday/tenthings.shtml) Included are small steps like…

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Psynamo Celebrates Brain Awareness Week 2016

 INTERNATIONAL BRAIN AWARENESS WEEK 14-20 MARCH 2016 The team at Psynamo support the amazing efforts of the Dana Foundation in the US each year during International Brain Awareness Week (BAW). This year BAW is being celebrated this week! All week long, all over the world, researchers, teachers, doctors and professionals in related fields are going…

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Psynamo Celebrates International Women’s Day 2016

We hope you have all had an opportunity to recognise this special day in the calendar in one way or another. A number of organisation world-wide are hosting events, talks and workshops to empower women and girls to become the best they can be as well as to support those who are unable to speak…

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