Do you want to support positive mental health and wellbeing? Do you also want to increase your steps count?
If so, then join the Ganjuu Team on Tuesday 4th October 2022 from 11am-1pm to complete the Tell Step Up for Mental Health Challenge organized by Tell Lifeline. For World Suicide Prevention Day and Mental Health Awareness Day we hope you will join us in walking 21,007 steps in honor of the 21,007 lives lost to suicide last year in Japan.
You can organize and register a team of up to 4 people using the link below. Regardless of whether you register a team you can join us on Tuesday 4th October to do the step up challenge. We plan to meet at 11am outside the entrance to Lab 4 and we can walk the challenge together around the grounds surrounding OIST.
Ganjuu Wellbeing Service is moving!
Our new location will be the Former Presidents House near the faculty housing and Lab5. The move will take place on 28th-29th Sept. The service will be temporarily closed but will be open on Monday 3rd October.
We hope to see you there.
To mark R U Okay Day (Thursday 8th September) and World Suicide Prevention Day (Saturday 11th September) at OIST, Ganjuu Wellbeing Service will have a stall at lunchtime at center court where they will be sharing information, leaflets, giving away World Suicide Prevention Day wrists bands and raising money for the Okinawan Lifeline, a charity that provides out of hours telephone support for people in crisis.
Where yellow on Thursday 8th September to support R U Okay Day :)
The Imposter Syndrome - Why successful people often feel like frauds
Tuesday 13th July 2021, 3:00 - 4:00pm
C700 (also available on Zoom)
Meeting ID: 926 7142 3880
Parenting Series Lunch - Keeping Children Safe: Child abuse and how to talk to children about this.
This will be a lunchtime presentation and discussion session for parents or anyone interested in the topic.
Bring your lunch and come and join us to learn about and discuss this important topic.
Free online wellbeing event
Baby Sensory Class