GCMHP Training and Scientific Research Department has conducted on
Sunday, May 30, 2021 a training session on ‘stress and self-care’, with the
participation of 23 staff members from the Women Affairs Technical Committee.
The training was organized with the purpose of supporting the
psychological wellbeing of the staff members through providing them with skills
and knowledge on how to deal with professional burnout and life stress as well
as skills on self-care based on Mind-Body techniques.
The training is to last for 3 days in a row, with a total of 15 hours.
During the opening session Mr Nahed Khalaf, Organizer at WFTC, welcomed
the participants, talked about the value of the training and importance of the collaboration and networking
with GCMHP. Mental health specialist Ayda Kassab, took the floor then and
stated the sessions with a brief introduction and a warm-up activity.