Event was organised with Rotary Club of Addiction Prevention covering the topic of Digital Addiction and Cyber Security. The event was conducted by National Award winning Counsellor, motivational trainer and corporate trainer Dr. Anil Garg. It was attended by around 100 college going youth.
Insightful group therapy session conducted at Wadala Slum in collaboration with Rotary Club of Addiction Prevention. Session was conducted by Mansi ma'am. First session for the same camp was on 27th of Aug. Providing alternative solution, counselling and motivation to bring the youth towards giving up their substance addiction.
We conducted a special session for the staff and teachers of Maneckji Cooper Education Trust - Juhu. Topic was stress Management and was conducted by Mrs. Unnati Lohade. The event was extremely interactive and presented with a solution for the staff to improve their performance, morale and overall positive outlook.
A webinar was conducted by Mr. Arun Chitlangia, a veteran master trainer for the students and staff of the education department of Sahu Ramswaroop Mahila Mahavidyalaya from M. J. P. Rohilkand University. The topic for the session was Presentation Skills and Public Speaking. The session was both a presentation with a QnA, filled with lots of examples, discussions and confidence building measures. The event was attended by close to 100 members at its peak.
On 4th Of August, Agrim Agarwal Foundation participated in De-addiction and Cancer Screening Camp organised by Rotary Club of Addiction Prevention. The event took place at Lower Parel. The event was meant for Sanitation Department workers of the BMC. We conducted counselling there for multiple participants, to help support their de-addiction process and provide them help and exercises for mental wellness as they operate under extremely stressful conditions.
The event was held as a part of a bigger initiative for 'World Anti-Drug Abuse Day', held this year on June 26th, 2022 (a Sunday). As a result, we conducted a seminar in two batches with a total of 128 students on the topic of anti-substance abuse awareness on June 25th, 2022. The sessions were conducted by Dr. Sujata Nair. We would like to thank Mrs. Vandana Hiranandani for helping us arrange this event. The event was conducted at Nagrik Satta School, Vile Parle, in association with RJF (Raichel Joseph Foundation).
Agrim Agarwal Foundation in association with SHIVAA NGO carried out an awareness activity at Balkrishna Yadav Patil Vidyalaya, Asanas, Wada, Palghar. The session was conducted by Ms. Zeenat Jahan on the topic of 'Mental Wellness & Anti Substance Abuse'.During this activity we educated boys from the academic section of 8th, 9th and 10th grade students,118 in total.
We conducted a mental wellness seminar & activity for kids from underprivileged society. The topic was " How to cope up with Mental Health in post Covid World'. The session was held on 25th June 2022 from 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm in association with Asha Kiran Charitable Trust & Good Deeds Foundation. The seminar was conducted by Ms. Shahina Shaikh. There were over 100 kids. Session included an interactive seminar and group building activity.
Agrim Agarwal Foundation, in association with SHIVAA NGO, did an awareness activity at Kailasvasi Digambarao Padvi Primary & Secondary Ashram School, Ambiste, Wada Palghar. The school has students from extremely low-income households and orphans. The session was conducted by Ms. Zeenat Jahan on the topic of "Mental Wellness & Anti Substance Abuse". In this activity, we educated boys and girls from the academic section of 8th, 9th, and 10th grade students, 120 in total.
A webinar was organised along with Geolife Youth Club & Agrim Agarwal Foundation on the topic of "Mental Wellbeing & Right Mindset". The session was conducted by Dr. Sukhmeet Kalsi with the members of Geolife Youth Club and Geolife Group Companies. The interactive seminar highlighted ways and techniques to combat stress, target setting and various ways to achieve. This was long with Q & A that answered a lot questions towards personal development.
Agrim Agarwal Foundation along with Shivaa NGO, organised in Wada, Palghar a SWOT analysis for alcoholism and mental wellness amongst the local tribal communities. The session was conducted Ms. Zeenat Jahan. This was in two groups. This is an initial activity towards helping the locals with alcohol abuse issues to fight the abuse and make a better future.
Keeping in mind the holistic approach, Agrim Agarwal Foundation participated and curated an event, conducting various activities with kids and parents. The event was conducted in association with Gandhi Shikshan Bhavan, Juhu Mumbai. Here kids learnt about gratitude through story telling, good touch bad touch, group activities, etc. There was also a special session kept for parents to see signs of abuse and were provided with information on PoCSO ACT. We would like to thank Ms. Sweety Bandi, Ms. Mridul Kedia & Devjani Arekar for coming out to support us with their skill and knowledge.
With exams just round the corner, students of all ages are feeling the pressure which in turn is affecting their mental wellness as well. We decided to help them cope with an interactive session with Ms Zeenat Jahan. The session held on 28th of February, 2022 helped ease their stress as well as gave them a few coping techniques to deal with all the pressure. Special thanks to Ms Anu Mehra from Geet for helping us put this together.
An informative lecture about breaking the mental barrier had our audience captivated at our recent event with WSD india held on 22nd February 2022. The kids learnt through both lectures and interaction the way to behave with street dogs, fear alleviation session, handling and how pet therapy is beneficial to help deal with mental stress and certain mental issues.
Agrim Agarwal Foundation in association with Zeenat Jahan (psychologist and a life coach) completed a highly interactive session with girls from Sahu Ramswaroop Mahila Maha Vidyalaya located in Bareilly U.P on 29th Jan 2022. The Topic was importance of mental wellness in personal and professional life. The event was fully booked with 100 participants. Both students and staff actively participated in the event and had their queries answered. Also, a presentation on helping techniques was shown to the participants.
Agrim Agarwal Foundation also offered to continue helping those who would like our services and have offered to schedule one on one meeting.