Tag: mental health

  • The Movement Method: Overcoming Learning and Communication Challenges Faced by Children
    The Movement Method: Overcoming Learning and Communication Challenges Faced by Children

    Children learn better when they move and are surrounded by a nurturing environment. Premrudee Pantrat explains what the ‘Movement Method’ is, and how they use it on the farm to help children struggling in social and academic settings.   By Premrudee Pantrat (Gaye)   Parenting these days can be very challenging as social dynamics have […]

  • Pain in the Head: Treating and Preventing Migraines
    Pain in the Head: Treating and Preventing Migraines

    While medical professionals haven’t discovered the underlying cause of migraines there are treatments and prevention methods to help sufferers manage their daily lives.   By Neuroscience Center Bumrungrad International Hospital   Many people experience this painful, pumping feeling in the head: a pulsating headache in one half of the head, lasting from a few hours […]

  • My Experience with Raising a Son of Mixed Race
    My Experience with Raising a Son of Mixed Race

    Liway shares her story about how she makes her bi-racial son less conscious about his skin color and tells us how we can encourage children to celebrate diversity in their daily lives.   By Liway Tayag   I can’t count how many times we’ve been brought to the limelight because people stare at my son […]

  • Talking to Kids about Gender Diversity
    Talking to Kids about Gender Diversity

    Discussing gender identity with kids may be a sensitive topic, but it helps them to discover identity in a broad sense and to become more open-minded.   By Meg Wichita   Talking to children about gender can be tricky and you may feel uncertain about what to say. Children begin showing curiosity about gender at […]

  • Rediscovering Yourself Through Mindfulness 自分らしく生きるための第一歩 ~自分の心と向き合っていますか?
    Rediscovering Yourself Through Mindfulness 自分らしく生きるための第一歩 ~自分の心と向き合っていますか?

    “Mindfulness” is to let go of your inclinations and thoughts, and to know your true mind. But what does it really mean?   By Tomoko Morikawa / Translated by Hanae Matsumura [日本語記事へ]   I teach mindfulness and Emotional Intelligence (EQ) in my current profession. What do these two have in common? In a nutshell, they […]

  • Art Therapy: Healing Through Creativity
    Art Therapy: Healing Through Creativity

    Known for her dot-style of painting Amy Diener is a talented young artist living in Bangkok.  She speaks about her art and how she has found comfort in it after years of dealing with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. By As told by Amy Diener to Rina Wongpanich   What is your background and how did you start […]