On May 22, within the framework of the European Mental Health Week, psychologists of the Caucasus School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Erekle Imedashvili and Nana Kharabadze met the 11th grade students of the "IB Mtiebi" school and spoke about the importance of mental health.
Psychologists focused on the stress related to the learning process, the causes of stress and ways to overcome it. The meeting was held in an interactive mode and caused high interest and involvement of the students.
Caucasus University celebrates the European Week of Mental Health within the framework of the ERASMUS + CBHE institutional development project "Establishment of Psychological Counseling Centers at Georgian HEIs for Students (E-PSY)" funded by the European Union. The goal of the project is to establish psychological counseling centers for students in higher educational institutions of Georgia, including Caucasus University, and to develop official documents for decision-makers (representatives of the Georgian government, the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia) in order to raise public awareness of mental health and draw attention to the importance of student psychological counseling in Georgian higher educational institutions.