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August 2022

Women and Mental Health

August 17
Women and Mental Health

Covid-19 pandemic has affected women more profoundly than men in several areas, both at workplace, and at home with an increased workload due to lockdown and quarantine measures. Many countries have also reported an increase in domestic violence cases after the viral outbreak. There has been an exacerbation of gender-based violence.

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September 2022

The cultural impact on wellbeing

September 14

Cultural wellbeing and practices as part of a holistic approach to social and emotional. Wellbeing. Culture may also shape how you relax, practice self-care, and resolve conflicts. Living in a community that rejects aspects of your culture – such as identity, beliefs, or sexual orientation – can have negative impacts on your wellbeing. During this discussion we confront a courageous conversation around how culture, and traditional beliefs impact wellbeing.

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October 2022

The impact of Financial Distress on Mental Wealth

October 5
Financial Distress

Financial stress can be overwhelming. It is one of the most prevalent and persistent forms of stress worldwide. At times, you may feel blindsided by the emotional tension, which can negatively affect your mental health. The emphasis of this session will be on Financial Distress and Planning.

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