Seeing Social Work in the Philippines through a Psychosocial Lens: MAGIS at NASWEI book launch


We commemorated Human Rights Day this year with the National Association for Social Work Education, Inc. (Philippines), at their book launch of The Human Costs of the Philippine War on Drugs: a collection of case studies that poignantly capture the landscape in which social workers all over the country currently focus on. We were in the … Continue reading Seeing Social Work in the Philippines through a Psychosocial Lens: MAGIS at NASWEI book launch

A Morning with Asian Hospital and Medical Center: Fit for Good


  Join us Saturday, November 18 as we share the therapeutic experience of dance and movement through a short talk and workshop with Dance Therapist Joey Atayde. Fit for Good is an initiative of the Asian Brain Institute for raising awareness about living well over the age of 50. The morning will cover a range of … Continue reading A Morning with Asian Hospital and Medical Center: Fit for Good

7 Groups and Projects Changing the Conversation on Mental Health in the Philippines


The last decade has changed the conversation about mental health in a significant way. Here are just a few of the amazing activities happening around the country this week, and local organizations working on helping the country address mental health. MHACTNow is the official campaign for the Philippines’ first ever Mental Health Act. The petition gathered … Continue reading 7 Groups and Projects Changing the Conversation on Mental Health in the Philippines

Kick off August with Super Science Saturdays


We’re super excited for these first two Saturdays of August! Find out about the world on a microscopic level, and create paths for electricity to power a lightbulb! Contact Erika at 0917 842 4247 to reserve your slot today, or head over to register online via the Eventbrite Page. August 5: Microscope Discovery Lab  Go skin-deep … Continue reading Kick off August with Super Science Saturdays

Thriving Creatively: the promise of art for healing


Last month, we launched our first run of THRiVE – a psychosocial training program in expressive arts-based approaches to healing and learning in the classroom.  This program is an opportunity for us to create and hold the space for educators to rediscover and be themselves through the ageless method of and tools for expression: art and creativity. Training educators … Continue reading Thriving Creatively: the promise of art for healing