SUICIDE PREVENTION MONTH: LET’S TALK ABOUT SUICIDE
Suicide is a serious public health problem that can have long-lasting effects on individuals, families, and communities. The good news is that suicide is preventable.
Anxiety Disorders: Types, Causes, and Treatment
An anxiety disorder is a type of mental health condition. If you have an anxiety disorder, you may respond to certain things and situations with fear and dread. You may also experience physical signs of anxiety, such as a pounding heart and sweating.
EATING DISORDERS: Definition, types and treatments
Eating disorders do not discriminate and can occur in people of any age, weight, size, shape, gender identity, sexuality, cultural background or socioeconomic group.
Let’s talk about grief: Stages of grief and how to recognize them
If you or a loved one is dealing with loss, it can be helpful to learn more about the grieving process. Here we share the 5 Stages of Grief, along with a few ways to help someone who is grieving after a death or breakup.
My mental health story: living with Chronic Depression: Interview with Aiko Joshi
We had the pleasure of hosting Aiko, and spoke with her about her experience with Chronic Clinical Depression.
My mental health story: living with OCD: Interview with Maryna Suprunenko
We had the pleasure of hosting Maryna, a 27-year-old expat, living in the Czech Republic for 4 years. She spoke about her experience with OCD.
My mental health story: living with ADHD: Interview with Amanda Mataija
We had the pleasure of hosting Amanda, our CEO and founder of Prague Integration. She spoke about her experience with ADHD.
My mental health story: how I spotted, survived and treated burnout? Interview with Nadya
We had the pleasure of hosting Nadia. She shared her thoughts and experience with burnout as a teacher in the Czech Republic.
My mental health story: living with borderline personality disorder: Interview with Masha
For the first interview we had the pleasure of hosting Masha, 27 year old expat, living in Prague for 6 years and diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder.
What do you need to know about Autism Spectrum Disorder?
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a life-long condition that affects how a person thinks, feels, interacts with others, and experiences their environment.
How to find a good mental health counsellor/therapist?
Choosing the right mental health counsellor/therapist is one of the first steps in taking care of your mental health/wellbeing.
An interview with Michal Dvorak – Mindfulness teacher
I am a mindfulness teacher and I run a course for PIs that focuses on how to better manage stress, repetitive thoughts, difficult emotions and also how to bring more calm, balance and mindfulness into your life.
ADHD: How to recognize it and support a person with it?
ADHD, or attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, is a behavioural condition that makes focusing on everyday requests and routines challenging.
What can mental health counselling offer to children and teenagers?
Seeing your child or teenager going through difficult situations, dealing with emotions, or being challenged with something you do not know how to support them with can leave you, as a parent, feeling overwhelmed and helpless.
Why investing in mental health programs at your workplace is good for your business?
If a member of your staff broke their leg or had an operation, it’s highly likely you would have a health insurance system in place that can offer them adequate support so they can come back healthy to work.
Meet our professional business coach: Judith Schmitt
Hi, I moved to Prague with my family in 2019. I am a Ph.D. Candidate at Prague University of Economics in the field of Managerial Psychology. Working with people on burnout prevention is my passion, and I am grateful to do this with Prague Integration
Fresh Starts: 6 Psychologically-Backed Habit Breakers
The blossoms are out, baby birds are trilling their first incantations, and Vitamin D is streaming for free. Springspiration is in the air, and in the spirit of fresh starts, here are six psychologically-backed ways to break old habits.
Discovery Call: your first meeting with a counselor
Wondering how does your first meeting with mental health counsellor work? Look no further, as we have prepared practical steps to help you out with your first appointment.
Sharing a Peace of Home
Over 200,000 asylum seekers from Ukraine, mainly the elderly, women, and children, have entered the Czech Republic. There’s no need to guess where Prague’s people stand on the matter. From the Metronome to Petrin tower, landmarks have blazed blue and yellow. Countless individuals volunteer time,
Learn More About Our Mental Health Programs in 2022
Do you want to learn more about our actual program and services for 2022? Well, look no further as we have made a reminder blog post on our current offer.
March 8 of ever year is a day dedicated to the commemoration of women and the celebration of their social, economic and political achievements. International Women’s Day’s (IWD) campaign for this year is represented under the hashtag #BreakTheBias and calls on the world to become
How to Stay Informed about Ukraine, and Cope with the Stress and Fear
The events of recent days in Ukraine are capable of causing anxiety among the people, regardless of political beliefs. Emotional messages in social networks heat up the situation, especially for those who have relatives and friends in Ukraine, they cannot help but worry about the
Group Support Sessions for Expats In Prague
Much like the customary "na shledanou" after a silent elevator ride, or wearing socks with sandals, the idea of group support can be confusing. So, with another round of sessions coming up this March, we’re here to help demystify the process so that you can
Mindfulness Workshops for Individuals and Companies
Routine, rush, multitasking, stress, too little time “for anything” and subsequent overload. These day-to-day scenarios are well known to nearly all of us. But not everybody can deal with it.
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Red roses, heart-shaped cards, chocolate boxes, big stuffed bears, cheap wine and a fancydinner. Ugh…not again!Valentine’s Day is approaching and so are the mixed feelings surrounding it. Some enjoy thisday to the fullest and immerse themselves in the celebration of consumerism disguising itself inthe expression