A free webinar entitled “Mental Health Strategies for Teachers” will be held this coming Friday, September 18, from 3 to 4:30 in the afternoon, via Zoom and Facebook Live.
This webinar was made possible through the partnership of Palawan State University – Extension Services Office (PSU-ESO) and the Philippine Mental Health Association Inc. – Palawan Chapter (PMHA).
According to the information sheet of the webinar, the event aims to help the teachers in acclimatizing with the “academic anxiety” caused by the sudden and shift from the traditional face-to-face learning to online learning because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The resource speaker for this event is Mirasol A. Pineda, RPM, Acting Chapter Coordinator and HR Assistant of PMHA National Office.
The registration for the webinar in the Zoom platform is already filled up but, interested participants can still register in this free webinar by accessing https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf_FZTR3OGcxPbW-BXJalxLGBmXA-tS99t2w2mG_F5j7gEkpg/viewform. Only participants who pre-registered and answered the evaluation form posted after the session will receive an e-certificate for participation.
“’Yung mga hindi po ma-accommodate sa Zoom, puwede po sila mag-join through Facebook live but, still, they have to register sa Google form that we provided for the issuance of the certificate of attendance para alam namin kung sino bibigyan ng certificates,” said Jovelyn May E. Godino, PSU-ESO Staff.
For inquiries, interested participants can send a private message on [email protected], PSU-University Extension Services Office Facebook page or contact them on 09754505965.
Mental health is important, troubled individuals can reach out to PSU – College of Arts and Humanities’ (PSU-CAH) SHARE Hotline to receive counsel from professional mental and social health workers from the college. SHARE Helpline can be reached through their Facebook Page SHARE Psychosocial Care, or call and message them through their hotline numbers: 09391577890 for SMART and 09165813657 for GLOBE users.