Objective - To represent the manam foundation & to get felicitated
at CCC, Vellore golden jubilee- alumni meet.
Outcome - The program went well.
Objective - Creating mental health awareness among
Outcome - Teachers responded well and said these kinds of sessions are required.
Objective - To create awareness among senior citizens related to mental
Outcome - The awareness program went well, and Participants felt connected.
Objective - To Conduct mental health training workshop on Emotional
Management with tribal adolescents.
Outcome - The students were very receptive to acquiring the knowledge and utilizing it in their life.
Objective - To give professional basic counselling skill training to
interested candidates who want to be in the counselling field.
Outcome - Participants were very much involved and would like to have more such training programmes near future.
Objective - To create mental health awareness & building resilience among adolescent students, teachers, and parents.
Outcome - Students' responses to the session and demands for such a session in the near future.
Objective - Workshop on post-Covid Counselling among the Adolescent
School Students of Kalahandi district.
Outcome - The workshop went well. Students were interactive and shared their emotions/thoughts
Objective - To raise awareness and telephonic Q&A session among the
public about the negative environmental impact of tobacco.
Outcome - The telephonic Q & A Session went well
Objective - Counselling session with inmates
Outcome - Patiently listening is important to form a support group
Objective - Awareness session on Mental Health
Outcome - Smoothly conducted
Objective - Role play to reduce recidivism among youth
Outcome - Insightful and free-flowing expression
Objective -Mental Hygiene Awareness among
Outcome - Had a very responsive student to understanding mental health concerns
Objective - Mental Hygiene Awareness among
Outcome - Had a very responsive student to understanding mental health concerns
Objective - Mental Health awareness of teachers for
Outcome - Receptive and cooperative teachers
Objective - Mental Hygiene among Transgender
Outcome - Strong Response from the audience
Objective- Palm Printing to know about hopes and life lessons with
Outcome- Uniqueness among Individuals
Objective - Palm Printing to know about hopes and life lessons with inmatesnOutcome - Uniqueness among Individuals
Objective - Basal emotion GREED with inmates
Outcome - Learned about the stems of the emotion
Objective- Passing the parcel to unravel the emotions with inmatesnOutcome- They felt that they are not alonen
Objective - Emotional Awareness and Potential Identification among Youth
Outcome - Most engaging and expressive audiencenn
Objective - Awareness of POCSO in Apeejay School
Outcome - Attentive Students
Objective - Coping Mechanisms of fear with ladies
Outcome - Learned about healthy ways and asked pertinent questions
Objective- Secret Santa came up with abstract gifts that are held within
Outcome- They have learned about Patience, Well-being, Peace of mind, Clarity, Resilience
Objective - Peer Counselling with inmatesn
Outcome - Learned how to make a support group
Objective - Seminar with inmates
Outcome - Took time to open up, but many did eventually
Objective- Session for identifying, labeling, and handling GREED with
Outcome- Most appreciated session by inmates
Objective- Book distribution between inmates to narrate their own
Outcome- Diversified Response
Objective- Recognizing and Replacing Fears
Outcome- Learned about themselves a little better.
Objective- Seminar with male inmates.
Outcome- Had a Questions/ Answers session.
Objective - Book distribution between inmates to narrate their own
Outcome - Diversified emotional thoughts
Objective- Art therapy with inmates
Outcome- Colourful and interesting form of emotions
Objective - Seminar with inmates.
Outcome - Felt hopeful after the session.
Objective: Mental health Awareness among inmates at Choudwar
Outcome: Interactive session
The flow of the Session: -
Brief Contents Covered:-
Triggers/ Reasons (Why do we do the crime?).
Basically why we are here in Jail-
Key finding based on responses: Major reason is self and situation/ Environment. Like, Family pressure, Hunger, Frustration, Need for Money, Humiliation, Jealousy, etc.
What are the emotions that lead to the inability of Self-control?
Response of Inmates: They have used their physical strength negatively.
Objective: Mental health awareness among women prisoners of Jharpada
Outcome: The participants connected well and there were Q/A sessions.
Objective: Mental Health Awareness for inmates of Choudwar
Outcome: Smooth conduction, engaging audience
Objective: Focusing on the mental health of female
Outcome: Engaging session with a lot of emotional disclosure.
Objective: Focusing on the mental health of the male
Outcome: Fruitful session
Objective: Training on Advance Psychological
Outcome: Informative session, engaging participants.
Objective: Educating the geriatric on mental health
Outcome: Fruitful session smoothly conducted
Objective: Awareness of Mental, Emotional, and Psychological hygiene
Outcome: Informative and Engaging session.
For parents with children between ages group 3 - 6 years old. There was a clinical and a psycho-social perspective for symptoms to look out for in children and make parenting beautiful and easy.
Objective: The session was aimed at parents having children aged between
3-6 years for creating a knowledge base about the clinical and psycho-social perspective
for symptoms to look out for in children.
Outcome: It was a very meaningful and enlightening session for the parents.
Creative Competitions were held to Foster team spirit. Self-awareness and innovativeness in expressing themselves among the addict patients from De-addiction centers of Cuttack & BBSR.
Objective: To foster team spirit, self-awareness, and innovations for self-expression among the addict patients from De-addiction centers at Cuttack and Bhubaneswar
Outcome: It was a meaningful and interactive session.
In collaboration with Radio Partner RED FM MANAM conducted a stress awareness workshop for the employees at ESPLANADE. The workshop dwelled on work-life balance and awareness about signs of being highly stressed. The feedback-based activity-oriented workshop had meaningful participation from the employees that brought about group therapy sessions by the therapeutic counselors of MANAM.
Objective: Awareness for the employees about stress & maintaining work-life balance.
Outcome: It was a meaningful session that led to good participation from the employees.
MANAM in accordance with the needs of the women for stress relief conducted an activity cum awareness session for women at MANAM. The session was attended by versatile women groups from students, working women, homemakers, and members of the LGBTQ community as well. The session was an open forum and interaction-based meeting where women discussed their respective stressors. The session turned into a Talking Therapy with activities based on de-stressing through sharing, counseling, and meaningful engagement by knowing oneself.
Objective: Awareness among women of stress
Outcome: The session was an open forum and interaction based.
In collaboration with the organizations working for the Elderly known as SILVER AGE Foundation and CHINMAYA Mission, Bhubaneswar the seminar for stress awareness was conducted at MANAM. The triggers of stress for the elderly and the coping mechanisms were discussed in a panel comprising a Psychiatrist, Clinical Psychologist, and psycho-social counselor. The seminar ended with activities for the elderly that could explain to them coping mechanisms for stress relief.
Objective: Seminar on stress awareness for senior citizens.
Outcome: It was an interactive and fruitful session.
Observation of the “Self-injury Avoidance Day” was marked by an open seminar on the issue of self-harm. The discussion panel consisted of DCP Bhubaneswar Mr. Anup Sahu, Psychiatrist Dr. Amrit Patto Joshi, Senior Psychiatrist Dr. T.P Ray and MANAM In-house Clinical Psychologist and Psychological Counselor. This miner was attended by students of Psychology, Patients from
De-addiction centers in Bhubaneswar, counsel clients, parents, teachers, and practicing counselors. Many other participants from versatile groups and occupations were also present. The seminar covered important topics of reasons, signs, and prevention of self-harm/self-injury. The fruitful part of the seminar was the question-answer and discussion platform that ended with sharing symbolic bands to prevent self-injury.
Objective: Awareness of self-injury and its prevention
Outcome: It was a fruitful seminar, there were Q/A and discussions that ended with sharing symbolic bands to prevent self-injury.
The workshop on self-help therapies was conducted by Dr. Sayali Mishra [Clinical Psychologist, MANAM]withtheobjectivetoempowerpeoplewithOCDtodeveloptheircopingmechanisms. The workshop had a mixed participation of people with OCD, Caregivers, and student-interns to have a holistic approach towards self-help techniques. The workshop concluded with an impactful experience-sharing session.
Objective: To empower people with OCD, caregivers, and student interns to develop self-help -coping mechanisms
Outcome: The session was very informative, and it concluded with an impactful experience-sharing session.
ADHD is a rampantly growing problem because of the increasing use of gadgets and electronic devices. There is a lack of awareness among most parents on how to distinguish between a naught in attentive child and a child with ADHD. Because of this the child is unable to focus on anything and has problems with studies as well as interpersonal relationships. This workshop addressed the parents of ADHD children on how to effectively deal with them and slowly bring them to track. There were 36 parents.
Objective: Awareness of parents of ADHD
Outcome: 36 parents were a part of the awareness session, it was an informative session.
This session was directed at the corporate gathering at NALCO who are under huge stress in their work area and these sessions are devised at again coping at emotional and mental levels to create the perfect work-life balance. It was attended by employees.
Objective: Equip the employees at NALCO for stress management, emotional regulation and work-life balance
Outcome: 29 employees were enlightened through the session.
Addressing 65 senior citizens about what is loneliness and how to cope with it without interfering in the lives of the children or loved ones was a very successful session . The seniormembersunderstoodcertainskillswhichwouldhelpthemtodispelwiththenotionofloneliness.This is a necessity for our senior citizens nation wide.
Objective: To address senior citizens on loneliness, and its coping mechanisms.
Outcome: 65 seniors were equipped with skills in order to dispel with the notion of loneliness.
A session again for freshers for all the coping skills and techniques to maintain the best mental hygiene for maximizing potential development and helping them to understand their own emotions and understand the difference between depression, anxiety, and stress, and to know when to ask for help . Suicides in engineering colleges are rising and it's important to address this issue instead of brushing it under the carpet. Attended by 150 students.
Objective: To educate the fresher students at NIST about the various coping skills and techniques to attain the best mental health, achieve the maximum potential oneself, understand emotions and various issues like depression, anxiety, stress, and when to seek help
Outcome: The session was attended by 150 students. It was an informative session for the students.
A session for the fresher batch of Gita college who were initiated by Manam and empowered With Adaptability skills, Time Management, Developing Potential, Goal setting for themselves, and identification of their emotions for balanced handling in a new situation. Dealing with addiction and peer pressure was a prime focal point including extreme competition and parental expectations. The talk wound up with the benefits of diet, exercise, and spiritual tasks for mental health. It was attended by 250 freshers of both genders and was an interactive session.
Objective: To empower the fresher students of Gita College on various topics such as Adaptability skills, time management, developing potential, goal setting, identifying emotions, dealing with addiction, peer pressure, competition, and parental expectations.
Outcome: The session enlightened 250 students of both genders. It was an interactive and fruitful session.
An occupational therapist was invited to address the different kinds of day care clientele and their caregivers on how mental health illnesses from severe to moderate to mild can be dealt with by making different programs and planning forth clients to increase their daily functionality. This was a big eye-opener for the caregivers who generally have no idea about how to motivate their wards to be more functional. It was attended by 7 daycare clients and their parents/guardians/caregivers.
Objective: To provide insights to the daycare clientele and caregivers about how mild to severe mental health illnesses
Outcome: It was a big eye-opener for caregivers who had no prior idea about the ways to motivate their wards in order to be more functional.
Addiction is a rapidly growing menace in our society today. It has a huge impact on the economic burden of our country. The objective of this workshop was to spread awareness among the users through the expression of their emotions through art and painting. Some of their art was heartwrenching and also an insight into their dark world. Sessions like these help in the healing of the inner world of the addicts. There were 60 addicts. They also shared their experiences and recited slam poetry.
Objective: To spread awareness among substance-addicted people by expressing of their emotions with art and painting.
Outcome: The session gave us insight into their dark world and helped them in the process of getting their inner worlds healed.
This workshop was directed at the teaching faculty at HAPPY HOURS ., a large junior-level school and so the teachers have to have a certain different kind of sensibility. They were severely stressed by the nature of work and the constant balancing act between their work and home life. This workshop was to teach them techniques to cope and balance their work-home space and keep their emotional and mental hygiene healthy. It was attended by teachers.
Objective: To teach the faculty at Happy Hours, how to maintain a certain different kind of sensibility, techniques to cope and balance their work-home space and keep emotional and mental hygiene.
Outcome: Total of 70 teachers attended the session. It was an informative and interactive session.