The Natalia Andoh Foundation is set to make a significant impact as it storms UniMAC-IJ on January 26th at 9 am, initiating an insightful dialogue on the intricate relationship between creative arts and mental health. Dedicated to educating students, the foundation aims to shed light on the fundamental aspects of mental health and the crucial importance of seeking help when needed.
This empowering event will feature distinguished speakers, including Counseling Psychologist Sonia Ibrahim, whose expertise will illuminate the psychological dimensions of mental health. Additionally, Victoria Naashika Quaye, the Founder and CEO of Naaviq Company Limited, will share her insights, providing a unique perspective on the intersection of creativity and mental well-being.
By bringing together professionals from diverse fields, the Natalia Andoh Foundation endeavors to create a platform for comprehensive discussions, fostering awareness and understanding about mental health challenges within the context of creative expression. The event promises to be a transformative experience, equipping students with knowledge that transcends the academic realm, encouraging proactive conversations around mental well-being. Join us on this enlightening journey at UniMAC-IJ as we delve into the realms of creativity, mental health, and the importance of seeking support.