Mangaluru: You Matter celebrates two years of impactful service with collaborative programme

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Mangaluru, Mar 3: You Matter Counselling and Training Centre Mangaluru, a renowned organization dedicated to mental health and personal development, proudly marks its two-year anniversary by hosting a series of impactful outreach programmes.

The week-long event, scheduled from March 4 to 9 promises to engage, educate, and empower students across various government and rural schools and colleges.

The programme's itinerary is packed with activities aimed at fostering growth, resilience, and positive change. Here's a glimpse of what participants can expect: The event kicks off with an inauguration at KPT, highlighting the objectives and significance of the program.

Topics include building self-esteem, overcoming stress and anxiety, navigating relationships, and combating examination fear, Effective communication etc. These sessions are designed to equip attendees with valuable insights and practical strategies for personal growth and well-being.

The culmination of the weeklong program will be with the valedictory ceremony at government first grade college, car street.

Through these initiatives, You Matter reaffirms its commitment to promoting mental health awareness and empowering individuals to lead fulfilling lives. Thus, making a lasting and positive impact on society.

For inquiries, please contact [+91 94819 21715].

Together, let's continue to prioritize mental health and well-being, because at You Matter, every individual's journey towards self-discovery and resilience truly matters.





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