CREA is a proactive agency of positive change. As all changes in the human vehicle first manifest in the mind, CREA focuses its activities on transforming the human cognition towards positivity with a view to realize happiness and wellbeing.
CREA has completed the first phase of its parenting skills training program comprising six 2-day primer courses for parents and caregivers of youths vulnerable to drugs addiction under its Instituting Parenting Skills (IPS) Project. The sixth and last primer training course was held on 26-27 December 2017. The first of the six booster (refreshers’) training course on parenting skills for the same
CREA, Sept 20, 2017, Dhaka: CREA on Wednesday completed the Primer phase of its 2nd 3-day training course on parenting skills under the CREA-UNODC joint project titled Instituting Parenting Skills (IPS).
In total 16 parents and guardians of children and youth vulnerable to substance abuse took
CREA, Sept 15, 2017, Dhaka: The society for Community-health Rehabilitation Education and Awareness (CREA) on Friday launched a 3-day training course on parenting skills for 20 short-listed parents and guardians of the children and youth vulnerable to substance abuse.
CREA, Dhaka, 20 Augusts 2017: The society for Community-Health Rehabilitation Education and Awareness (CREA) today held a Consultation Meeting with Experts on the draft Parenting Skill Training Module in its conference room from 10am to 12:30pm to gather the feedback and recommendations of the participants in order to finalize the module.
We have been working in this field since 1999 and we think there is a pressing need for discussion, research, and awareness on these issues and for more service-delivery efforts for mental health and human welfare. Against that background, we have developed social media spaces where we welcome your comments, suggestions, information, and constructive criticism on these issues.
Different triggers have been identified as possible precursors for relapse. By identifying these triggers, it has become possible to develop prevention techniques which can be used to combat each of them. The most common relapse triggers include:
At first glance, social health may be challenging to identify and address, but there are many benefits that come from strengthening your relationships with others. Let's learn more about how to develop and maintain relationships and how social health can be just as important as physical health.