SATURDAY OCTOBER 29, 12PM
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TELL is dedicated to providing effective support and counseling services to Japan's international community and its increasing mental health needs.
Free, anonymous, confidential telephone counseling, every day.Learn more
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Public awareness of mental wellness issues with community-wide programs.Learn more
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Nippon Renewable Energy has provided extensive support for mental health services throughout Japan with a ¥5 million grant that will help sustain TELL’s crisis and suicide prevention Lifeline and a wide range of other mental health outreach and education initiatives. Read more »
TELL offers counseling and support for those in the international community who are struggling with body image issues. Read more »
Funds Will Support Expanded Lifeline Services, Provision of Subsidized Counseling Read more »
A significant portion of U.S. working adults say that their current job impacts their health, saying they believe their current job affects their overall health, family life, social life, stress level, weight, eating habits, and sleeping habits. Almost half of all working adults give their workplace only fair or poor ratings in its efforts to reduce their stress. Read more »
Calling all volunteers to walk in the Yokohama Diversity Parade with TELL. TELL is happy to walk with our LGBT friends and allies to show our support for diversity in the city of Yokohama. Yokohama has a rich history of openness as one of the first international trading ports in Japan to welcome those from abroad. This is sure to be a fun-filled day that is open to everyone.Read more »
The Kobe Club, Kobe
Friday, October 14th, 7:00pm
About the topic: Anger is an emotion with a bad press - and that’s because very few people manage it effectively. Sara Hitchens will discuss the psychology and physiology of anger and how parents can actively teach their children to express this healthy emotion in a way that works for, not against them.