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07 Sep 2023
History of National Suicide Prevention Month - CBT Kenya
History of National Suicide Prevention Month – CBT Kenya

History of National Suicide Prevention Month – CBT Kenya “I think suicide is sort of like cancer was 50 years ago. People don’t want to talk about it, they don’t want to know about it. People are frightened of it, and they don’t understand, when actually these issues are treatable.” – Judy Collins. All of...

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09 Aug 2023
Mental Health at the workplace - CBT Kenya
Mental Health at the workplace – CBT Kenya

Mental Health at the workplace – CBT Kenya In today’s fast-paced and demanding work environment, addressing mental health in the workplace has become an essential aspect of maintaining a healthy and productive workforce. Employee well-being is no longer just a matter of physical health; mental health plays a crucial role in overall job satisfaction, productivity,...

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03 Jul 2023
Men's mental health awareness - CBT Kenya
National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month – CBT Kenya

National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month – CBT Kenya July marks the observance of National Minority Mental Health Month, a nationwide initiative established by Mental Health America. This important awareness campaign aims to shed light on the diverse range of mental health experiences within Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) communities. The month also...

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11 May 2023
SCHOOLS: Biggest Providers of Mental Health Services in Kenya
SCHOOLS: Biggest Providers of Mental Health Services in Kenya

SCHOOLS: Biggest Providers of Mental Health Services in Kenya Article by Letoo James On 1st June 2019, Kenya declared the state of her mental health a national disaster. Using the Madaraka Day platform, President Kenyatta singled out depression as the most common mental disorder devastating young people’s lives. He then directed employers and schools at...

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02 May 2023
National Mental Health Awareness Month
National Mental Health Awareness Month

National Mental Health Awareness Month National Mental Health Awareness Month is an annual observance that takes place every May. It is an important time to bring attention to mental health issues, reduce stigma surrounding mental illness, and promote resources and support for those who may be struggling with their mental health. In this blog article,...

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27 Feb 2023
Alcohol Abuse Support Group - CBT Kenya
Alcohol Abuse Support Group – CBT Kenya

Alcohol Abuse Support Group – CBT Kenya Alcohol abuse is a serious problem that affects millions of people worldwide. One of the most effective ways to combat alcohol addiction is by joining a support group. These groups are designed to provide emotional support, encouragement, and accountability to people who are trying to overcome alcohol abuse....

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20 Feb 2023
National Eating Disorder Awareness Week - CBT Kenya
National Eating Disorder Awareness Week – CBT Kenya

National Eating Disorder Awareness Week – CBT Kenya National Eating Disorder Awareness Week is an annual campaign that takes place during the last week of February. Its aim is to raise awareness about eating disorders, promote education and understanding, and encourage people to seek help and support. Eating disorders can affect anyone, regardless of age,...

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14 Feb 2023
Valentines and Mental Health - CBT Kenya
Valentine’s Day and Mental Health – CBT Kenya

Valentine’s Day and Mental Health – CBT Kenya Valentine’s Day is often associated with love, romance, and celebration of relationships. However, for many people, it can also bring feelings of loneliness, isolation, and anxiety. In this article, we’ll explore how Valentine’s Day can impact mental health and provide tips for taking care of yourself on...

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29 Nov 2022
Skills Transfer Program – CBT Kenya
Skills Transfer Program – CBT Kenya

Skills Transfer Program – CBT Kenya By Letoo James A report dubbed “Do our Children Halve Life Skills and Values” released by Zizi Afrique Foundation in November this year following a survey of East African countries gave damning findings. Serious gaps exist in inculcating core competencies in our children. In problem-solving for instance, 95% of...

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12 Sep 2022
Frequently Asked Questions About Suicide - CBT Kenya
Frequently Asked Questions About Suicide – CBT Kenya

Frequently Asked Questions About Suicide – CBT Kenya Those who experience suicidal thoughts often feel isolated and unable to share their burden with anyone else. This is also true for people who are concerned about a loved one, or those who have lost someone to suicide. Breaking that silence is an important part of suicide...

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