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Benazir Bhutto Hospital Institute of Psychiatry
The number of qualified psychiatrists in India is insufficient to meet the needs of the population. The training of GP'S in psychiatry can contribute immensely toward providing a much needed service for psychiatric disease.
CFMH has organised Education conferences each of which is elaborated on on their events pages here:
The collaboration between Concern for Mental Health and Institute of Psychiatry has helped strengthen and expand the services availability to patients from far off parts of the country - ranging from urban and rural areas of Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Azad Jammu Kashmir and Northern areas including Gilgit Baltistan who benefitted from this facility over the years.
Even during the COVID Crisis and the lockdown, the Occupational Therapy Unit was linked to the Helpline initiated by the Institute of Psychiatry and the OT Staff provided online facilitation It is an exemplary service provision on behalf of Concern for Mental Health and the Institute of Psychiatry.
The Institute of Psychiatry immensely appreciates the efforts and are grateful for providing us constant support This valuable service benefit a large number of patients from rural as well as urban areas from the
Research Paper CFMH Work
Dr Shadida Khan and Dr Minhas (Journal of Pakistasn Psychiatric Society January to March 2019 Volume 16 No 1 Pages 8-12
The study concluded that Rehabililitative services reduced the average hos[ital stay by 15 days
It is a good model for Collaboration between Private and Public Services
Founded in 2003, Concern for Mental Health (CFMH) is a UK registered charity (1098307) which specialises in providing bespoke resources for those affected by mental health issues and their family members.
In light of the COVID-19 lockdowns, and consequently the understandable anxieties and mental health implications that the pandemic has generated, Concern For Mental Health (CFMH) are offering a package that will preserve Mental Health wellbeing ,s . CFMH are offering help to staff, parents and students (in separate workshops). This focus can help with the fallout from the long absence from school routines and the loss of structure during lockdowns, and help in adapting .
Our package includes
Support Groups and Therapy via online media for the teachers and parents·
CBT Techniques for Mental Health and welfare for the Youngsters .·
COVID-19 LOCKDOWNS LEAD TO AN UNDERSTANDABLE RISE IN ANXIETIES
AND MENTAL HEALTH IMPLICATIONS
THREE 60-MINUTE WEBINARS OFFERED BY CFMH’S GROUP OF HIGHLY EXPERIENCED CLINICIANS AND PSYCHIATRISTS WILL PROVIDE THE STAFF AND PARENTS ( SEPARATE WORKSHOPS) WITH AN ONLINE PLACE TO MEET, SHARE, TALK AND EXCHANGE THOUGHTS. SHARING COMMON EXPERIENCES DURING THESE UNCERTAIN TIMES CAN PROVE VERY COMFORTING.
TOPICS COVERED : ANXIETY, DEPRESSION, TRAUMA, LOSS AND CHANGE.TECHNIQUES SUCH AS MINDFULNESS AND COGNITIVE BEHAVIOUR THERAPY (CBT) PRACTICES WILL BE IMPARTED TO THE PARTICIPANTS .
GOALS :WILL HELP PROVIDE INSIGHTS AND STRATEGIES TO COPE WITH THE STRESS CAUSED BY THE SIGNIFICANT CHANGES IN THE WAY WE LIVE AND WORK I.E. THE LONG ABSENCE FROM SCHOOL ROUTINES AND THE LOSS OF STRUCTURE DURING LOCKDOWNS.
Webinar for teachers and staff at Rokesly Junior School aimed to help educate them on what Autism is, with an aim of assisting them to better understand the needs of any students they may have whom have this condition.
A brief overview for Teachers and Staff at Greig Academy is aimed to help educate the viewers on Anxiety, Recognition and Management, with an aim of assisting them to better understand the needs of any students and helping them
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